Wednesday , 22 May 2019

News

Tuesday, May 21st

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: In news today… The Bradley County Commission Monday approved a feasibility study to look into providing sewer service to Bradley County residents. The study has been placed in the 2020-2021 budget. This is the first time in many years that the commission has approved a budget item one year ahead of ... Read More »

Monday, May 20th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From the Cleveland Daily Banner… Larry Bowers reports: Sheriff Steve Ross says Polk County’s adoption of gun sanctuary status will have little impact on his office, his staff, or the residents of Polk County. Without coming right out and taking a strong stand for strong gun-rights advocacy, Ross says he believes ... Read More »

Friday, May 17th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: In news today… Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn announced yesterday that 11 schools have received the Tennessee STEM School Designation, bringing the total number of STEM designated schools to 26. This designation, developed in collaboration with the STEM Leadership Council and the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network, is designed to recognize schools that ... Read More »

Thursday, May 16th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From WRCB Channel 3… In Meigs County, an investigation is underway after a man’s body was found along the side of a road in Decatur. It was a group of Meigs County students and their alert bus driver who discovered the man’s body along Eaves Ferry Road around 7:30 am Wednesday ... Read More »

Wednesday, May 15th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From the Cleveland Daily Banner… Autumn Hughes reports: Bradley County Commissioner Erica Davis spoke publicly Monday about her arrest last week, reading from a written statement during the noon work session of the Bradley County Commission. During the portion of the meeting during which commissioners give reports on their districts and/or ... Read More »

Tuesday, May 14th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: In news today… The consultants hired to formulate a downtown revitalization plan made their long awaited presentation Monday before the Cleveland City Council. Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks spoke to WCLE News about the proposal: The consulting firm WSP recommended that the Cherokee hotel be converted to a hotel or for residential ... Read More »

Monday, May 13th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: In news today… Cleveland State received approval on Thursday from the State Building Commission to move forward with the design plans for its new Health and Science Building, as well as the renovation of the Mary T. Barker Humanities Building. This will be the first new building for Cleveland State in ... Read More »

Friday, May 10th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From NewsChannel 9… The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office says the body of a man has been found in the Tennessee River. According to Detective Alex Clary, the body was found in the river just north of Cottonport Marina Wednesday afternoon around 12:30 p.m. Detective Clary says they are not releasing the ... Read More »

Thursday, May 9th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From the Cleveland Daily Banner… Larry Bowers reports: New complaints have surfaced regarding care and maintenance at Sunset Memorial Gardens on North Lee Highway. The concerns of one of those complaints were addressed in a face-to-face meeting Tuesday, and cemetery management confirmed they are willing to meet with others who might ... Read More »

Wednesday, May 8th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From the Cleveland Daily Banner… Christy Armstrong reports: Though the school is set to open this fall, there is still work to be done so the new Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary School can be called complete. Hal Taylor, director of operations for Cleveland City Schools, told the Cleveland Board of Education ... Read More »