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Banner photo, BRIAN GRAVES SPCA President Betti Gravelle and new animal shelter director of operations Jordan Williams make their presentation to the County Commission Monday night.
A second person is in the custody of law enforcement in North Carolina after he fled Cleveland.
Members of the 2014-15 Youth Leadership class pause for a group photo during the afternoon activities that include learning team-building skills and competition as they get acquainted The Youth Leadership class of 2014-15 began a new year of developing their leadership skills by attending a daylong leadership retreat recently.
Attorney Barrett Painter has been named Cleveland Municipal Court judge to finish the term of the late Bill Moss.
Troy Weathers, who served as a member of the Bradley County Board of Education for 16 years, said he will not stop trying to better local schools so children can have the same kind of opportunities that led him to success.
MIKEa SWARD, center, supervisor of the Cleveland Utilities Wastewater Treatment Plant, displays the Operational Excellence Award received for the third consecutive year, and five of the last six years, from the Kentucky-Tennessee Water Environment Association.
East TN National Guard soldiers prepare for deployment More than 100 Tennessee Army National Guard soldiers are preparing for deployment to Afghanistan.
The position of Cleveland mayor would see a dramatic salary increase in 2016 if the Cleveland City Council passes a proposed ordinance to hike the wage to $40,000.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. - After more than two years of turmoil and investigations into the 10th Judicial District Attorney's Office, the new man in the job's to-do list is as much about rebuilding the office and regaining public trust as it is about putting bad guys in jail.
British rock band Dire Straits popularized an original lyrical version of "Walk of Life" in the mid-'80s, but a Bradley County civic organization with a heart for children is taking its own walk to a whole new level.
Bethel University is making plans to open a location in Cleveland. Agreements are in the works for the university to offer classes out of the old First Tennessee Bank building on Raider Drive, the Cleveland Daily Banner has learned.
For the first time in the history of Bradley County, a woman will be in charge of keeping roadways and rights of way in check.
The Museum Center at 5ive Points is opening their newest exhibition, Learning the Curve: The Artistry of Matt Moulthrop next Thursday at 6 p.m. for a members-only opening reception.
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Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 07:30 am
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