Bradley County News
Local, regional, and statewide news continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
There were probably very few on the front lawn of Hardwick Clothes Monday morning who have ever heard the names of Milton Ager and Jack Yellen.
SPCA Board President Betti Gravelle moved to dismiss SPCA county animal shelter director Bobbi Anderson at Monday night's emergency board meeting, but the two will now find themselves working together for at least the next 30 days.
A pet dog was quarantined after it allegedly attacked an 8- year-old child Saturday evening.
A GROUP OF HOMEOWNERS who have partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland for their own American Dream of quality, decent housing are organizing a "Carnival and Sing-Off" fundraiser at Oak Grove Elementary School on Saturday, Aug. 2. All proceeds will support future Habitat homebuilds.
Juvenile Judge Rob Philyaw has earned the respect of Bradley County Juvenile Court Staff by reaching out and sharing ideas and resources with the purpose of becoming more efficient in dealing with juvenile offenses and the rising drug problems facing our youth in southeast Tennessee.
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, Tenn. - Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Sharon Lee publicly thanked 10th District Circuit Court Judge Mike Sharp for his support during a stopover in Bradley County today as part of her campaign to seek retention of her position on the Aug. 7 ballot.
Bradley County Fire-Rescue had one firefighter suffer heat exhaustion early Sunday morning as he was involved in fighting a structure fire on Rodney Drive.
Sheriff-Elect Eric Watson announced his endorsement of Jim Tracy over incumbent Scott DesJarlais in Tennessee's 4th Congressional District Republican primary.
Fraud. Sabotage. Disaster. Those are words being used by the director of the SPCA county animal shelter to describe the recent activities that she says have derailed the potential of a successful operation.
A regional nonprofit is looking to strengthen its presence in Cleveland to help teens make good choices.
JUSTIN DECKARD stands with his three daughters, 10-year-old Kacelyn and 9-year-old twins Jasmine and Kylie, outside of the Family Promise of Bradley County office.
Alexander, Corker, Fleishmann.....You all are part of the mess in the country. You have had more than enough tome to do something, but nothing ever gets done.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 02:45 pm
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC