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An Old Fort man was arrested early Sunday morning after crashing his car while fleeing the scene of an armed robbery.
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Now that daylight saving time has stretched the typical Bradley County household's spring-cleaning opportunities by an hour, local residents are being encouraged to spend the next couple of weeks sorting through a winter's worth of hazardous refuse in preparation for "The Day."
Bob and Mildred Easterly loved Cleveland and Bradley County, giving of their time and finances to help so many in their times of need.
Garry Moore has announced he is a candidate for constable in the First District.
Kyle Page, the principal of the Goal Academy, encouraged people to look for ways to invest in others at this week's luncheon of the Rotary Club of Cleveland.
The Cleveland Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization executive board has released for public comment a Transportation Improvement Program amendment.
Two small tremors were recorded by the United States Geological Survey early this morning.
Thefts of copper continue to be reported to Bradley County authorities. A cellular phone tower location, a flower shop and a church were the latest locations where HVAC units and copper were taken.
Winners from the Bradley County 4-H Public Speaking Contest advanced to the Southeastern Corner Multi-County Contest held on Feb. 27 at UTC in Chattanooga.
CLEVELAND SPEEDWAY'S deteriorating conditions, lack of funds for upkeep and empty search for a buyer may spell the end for the Bradley County landmark.
Copper wiring was taken from a house at a Sunset Drive address. Dennis Geren said apparently sometime between Jan. 15 and Feb. 27, someone entered the structure and stripped residential wiring, also cutting three power cords from floor heaters.
Scotty Hernandez, safety and security director of the Cleveland and Bradley County schools systems, presented an update to the Cleveland Board of Education Monday night.
CLEVELAND UTILITIES on Monday deployed a seven-man emergency response team to West Tennessee to assist the Memphis Light, Gas and Water utility in restoring power to about 30,000 customers in the wake of a devastating ice storm that hit the Bluff City Sunday.
A former employee in the Alcoa City School District diverted nearly $500,000 of funds from the district and two professional organizations she represented and spent the money on a variety of personal expenses, an investigation conducted by the Comptroller's office shows.