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Bradley County Sheriff Eric Watson and challenger Steve Lawson, opponents in the looming May 1 Republican Primary, were the guests of the Cleveland Rotary Club Tuesday at the Museum Center at Five … more
DECATUR — The Tennessee Higher Education Commission announced recently that Meigs County Schools is the recipient of a $609,263 GEAR UP grant to be allocated over the next six years.  The … more
CSCC Women’s Basketball Team Joins Downtown Cleveland Volunteer Effort more
The MainStreet Cruise-In opens its 17th season on Saturday, April 28, from 1 to 6 p.m. in historic downtown Cleveland, around the Courthouse Square. more
The Cleveland Police Department is seeking the public's help in apprehending two suspects believed to have been involved in a robbery at the LongHorn Steakhouse parking lot.On Saturday, April 21, at … more
Lana Bryson, Juliah Collins, Steve Eliott, Shontel Geren, Randy Headrick, Ricky Hentz, Harold Landrus, Scotty Lane,  Pat Lay and Beth Rainey, who are … more
Revival is underway, 7 nightly, at Solid Rock Baptist Church, 4975 Highway 11 South,  with evangelist Scott Leamon. There will be special singing nightly. ———Spirit Song will sing … more
The Beaty Cemetery and J.W. Triplet Cemetery will have the annual cleanup day on Saturday, 8 a.m. Bring your own equipment to lend a hand. Those who would like … more
The Cleveland City Council unanimously passed the tax rate and budget for the new fiscal year and began eying options on how to proceed with a vigorous makeover of the downtown area.The tax rate … more

How school security personnel will be paid was among the items discussed last week during the Bradley County Commission's Finance Committee meeting.

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