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CLEVELAND, Tenn. - A Bradley County commissioner has called for an end to the county's $80,000 contract with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County, the agency that provides animal sheltering services for all county residents.
CLEVELAND CITY CODES enforcement officer Criss Caywood, left, discusses a resident's efforts to clean up their property with fellow officer Joel Prince.
John Alan Suggs, 35, of 222 South Center Street, Rossville was arrested July 29 on charges of giving false name and false information to police and theft by shoplifting.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. - The Cleveland City Council will hold a special meeting Monday to establish the application process for the city judgeship and to consider an interim appointee to replace Judge Bill Moss, who was found dead in a downtown parking lot in the late morning hours of July 14.
Banner photo, HOWARD PIERCE TENSION ROSE during the SPCA's emergency board meeting as members discussed the capacity of the animal shelter and the future of the No Kill movement in Bradley County.
The Cleveland City Schools system is one step closer to finding a company to construct a replacement for Cleveland High School's Raider Dome.
A $500 reward had been being offered for information leading to the arrest of suspect involved in car burglaries and/or vandalism occurring last weekend in and around the Greenway and its parking areas, Stuart School and Perry's Petals.
Hardwick Clothes raised the 1880 American flag outside their plant in Cleveland, TN this morning.
He said, "A dear friend to the community, Vicki Lee lost her family home to a fire, in the wee hours of the morning, Sunday, July 27. Everyone got out safely, but tragically, the entire home and everything they owned, was destroyed in the fire.
Not to be confused with the spirited "ka-ching" of Black Friday, but this Friday ... and Saturday ... and Sunday ... will bring their own fervor to retail floors across the Cleveland and Bradley County community, as well as the rest of Tennessee.
Cleveland Utilities continued its fluctuating transition from the spring-to-summer seasons in June with sales volume still slightly off budgeted projections in all three major divisions - Electric, Water and Wastewater.
UTCa SChancellor SteveN Angle spoke to the Rotary Club of Cleveland about the school, its academics, future and a dose of athletics in between.
A $500 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of suspect involved in car burglaries and/or vandalism in Cleveland occurring this past weekend in and around the Greenway and its parking areas, Stuart School and Perry's Petals.
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Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 01:34 am
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