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The Tennessee Department of Education has awarded $1.5 million to Bradley County Schools in a grant for the PIE Innovation Center. TDOE announced Monday it is distributing $30 million in federal … more
A new Auto Zone on McGrady Drive S.E. heads the building permits issued for April by the city of Cleveland.The new construction there is among the projects that amount to nearly $4 million in job … more
Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include:  Total cases: 15,123 (up 23 as of Monday) Active cases: 115 (down 25 as of Monday) Deaths: 151 (unchanged since Tuesday, … more
With the arrival of nicer weather, the Bradley County Road Department's busiest season is ramping up.Road department officials met Monday with the Bradley County Commission's Road Committee and gave … more
In what may have been his briefest COVID-19 update to the Bradley County Commission to date, Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis shared that the number of active cases of coronavirus is going down. more
A small fire Monday morning in a restroom area at George R. Stuart Elementary School forced an evacuation of the building, but no injuries have been reported and classroom activity is back in … more
An inmate at the Bradley County Jail has died at a Cleveland hospital. According to Bradley County Sheriff’s Office public information officer Taylor Woodruff, the inmate, 26-year-old Matthew … more
Bradley Central High School graduated 381 seniors in the Class of 2021 on Saturday as they walked across the stage in Bear Stadium.The 105th commencement ceremony for Bradley Central was addressed by … more
Sixteen GOAL Academy students walked across the Ocoee Middle School stage late Saturday, marking the end to their high school careers and the beginning of the next phase. The students offered … more
Bradley County Schools will present its 2021-22 budget to the Bradley County Commission today, in a meeting that will also serve as the school system’s budget hearing. more
Holly Trotter-Vincent providing an update on an important community meeting ... Danielle Smith talking about some renovations that will help to better serve local residents. more
The Bradley County Virtual School has a 100% graduation rate, with the latest of those graduates being handed their diplomas Friday night at a ceremony held at Walker Valley High School’s … more
More than 370 Cleveland High School graduates collected their diplomas on Friday night under the lights of Benny Monroe Stadium. more
Members of the Bradley/Meigs Roughneck Motorcycle Club joined Cleveland 100 Board of Directors members and dozens of motorcycle riders Saturday for the fifth annual Operation Hero Ride in … more
Cleveland resident Michell Goldston is "m-aaaaad" about goats.But she doesn't fancy them; she wants them banished from her neighborhood.During a recent Cleveland City Council session, Goldston … more
A plan is forming to turn vacant space at the Bradley County Judicial Complex into a hub for services to fight against the ongoing opioid epidemic. more
Raises for Bradley County Schools employees and Board of Education members were among the topics school system officials shared recently with the Bradley County Commission’s Education Committee. more
The Tennessee Department of Health on Thursday said it will begin administering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 12-15 years. This is following the decision by the Advisory Committee on … more
He maintained, with his brother Robert, the Veterans Cemetery at Fort Hill for 22 years, yet he never sought recognition for what he did. Paul Goins did it out of respect for the veterans and his … more
Bradley Central High School’s Ashlyn Torbett was the winner of a $2,000 Rotary Club of Cleveland scholarship.Torbett will be attending the University of Tennessee at Knoxville to study nursing.A … more
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