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Legal Aid of East Tennessee, the United Way of the Ocoee Region and members of the Bradley County Bar Association will host an event for landlords and tenants to discuss the Centers for Disease … more
The Tennessee Valley Authority wants everyone in the region to keep cool, as well save money.They're also offering a chance to win a $4,000 home appliance package.With temperatures rising across the … more
Is Cheddar’s coming to Paul Huff Parkway in Cleveland? Maybe.According to Emily Clark, media relations manager for Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen, the restaurant chain is currently in the permitting … more
First responders rescued a woman Monday afternoon after she lost control of her pickup truck and crashed down an embankment. The accident, which injured the driver, Dorothy Snyder, 84, took … more
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic was the topic of discussion twice at Monday night’s Bradley County Commission meeting. The first mention was from Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis, who gave his … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Bradley County increased by 12 individuals over the weekend.According to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report on Monday, 135 individuals have now … more
The Bill Norwood Service to Veterans Award, traditionally presented at a Memorial Day ceremony, will now be given to a deserving person or group on Nov. 11 each year.The award was presented on … more
The name of a semi-truck driver involved in a fatal crash Sunday afternoon at Exit 27 on Paul Huff Parkway, was released by the Cleveland Police Department late Monday morning.The deceased driver was … more
The agenda for tonight’s Bradley County Commission work session is light, with only one item listed for discussion. more
Few details have emerged about the cause of a Sunday afternoon crash at Exit 27 on Paul Huff Parkway that took the life of a semi-truck driver.According to Sgt. Evie West, public information officer … more
Tennessee’s mountains and many state parks bolstered the state’s hospitality industry during the dark days of the pandemic last year. In 2020, many of the state’s concert venues were … more
The Cleveland Board  of Public Utilities has approved a $657, 000 purchase order to Waypoint Business Solutions LLC for the purchase of dual VxRail Hyperconverged Infrastructure Systems for the … more
 The Cleveland City Council meeting scheduled for Monday, July 26,  has been canceled, as announced during its July 12 meeting.The council will reconvene at 3 p.m. Monday, Aug. 9, at the … more
If everything goes as planned, the Tennessee State Veterans Home located in Bradley County could be completed by late March or early April.The facilityn located off Westland Drive S.W., the facility … more
The COVID- 19 pandemic took a bite out of crime in Tennessee last year.According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, in 2020, despite higher-than-average crime rates, both property and violent … more
Several volunteers from local businesses and industries, and some from the community, spent Friday morning providing assistance to many sites in Cleveland and Bradley County during the seventh annual … more
Though still not a traditional kickoff, the United Way of the Ocoee Region began its 2021 campaign Friday with hopes for a much calmer and normal year.Stephanie Linkous, United Way of the Ocoee … more
Garden Plaza at Cleveland celebrated  its “Grand Reopening” Thursday, hosting its residents, their friends and others, to a special luncheon at the Keith Street facility.“We’ve been open … more
  Phil Cook will deliver the commencement address at Lee University’s summer ceremony on Saturday, July 31, at 10:30 a.m. in the Conn Center. “We are excited once again to be able to … more
South Cleveland Church of God, 1846 Volunteer Drive, will have a History Wall dedication today, 10 a.m. Individuals connected to the church through the years are invited to help celebrate the … more
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