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Wednesday, January 28th

fire

Breaking News:  Tennessee Wesleyan College President Dr. Harley Knowles & Cleveland State President Dr. Bill Seymour marking a historic dual enrollment announcement exclusively on Mix 104.1! For more information , visit twcnet.edu or clevelandstatecc.edu Could a property tax increase be in Bradley County’s future? The specter of such a move was raised by Bradley County Commission Vice Chairman Jeff Yarber ... Read More »

Tuesday, January 27th

life

From The Cleveland Banner- Life Bridges Inc., has received more than $200,000 in grant money to help its clients with housing.With a giant ceremonial check in tow, representatives from the Tennessee Housing Development Agency visited the center recently to award its latest Housing Trust Fund grant.      Life Bridges received a total of $203,960 to be used for the purchase and ... Read More »

Monday, January 26th

landfill

News 1/26 : The Bradley County Landfill continues to be a revenue generator for the county and will remain so for decades to come. That is the summary of the annual report given to the Bradley County Commission in a recent session by Cheryl Dunson of Santek Waste Services. Santek, which operates the facility for the county, brought in more than ... Read More »

Friday, January 23rd

stabbing

NEWS Friday 1/23 Cleveland police are investigating a stabbing after a disturbance was called in just after midnight, dispatchers confirmed.Officers were called to the 1600 block of Manchester Trail. It’s unclear how the victim is doing.Channel 3 for more on this developing story. Cleveland Daily Banner According to discussions between Director of Schools Dr. Martin Ringstaff and the Cleveland Board ... Read More »

Thursday, January 22nd

fire

ATHENS, TN (WRCB) -Athens Police say a 16 and 17-year-old jumped and robbed a pizza delivery driver at gun-point.The Toscano’s Pizza driver said the teens walked out of a home in the 4-hundred block of Cleveland avenue and attacked him, hitting him in the nose and mouth, and he says they grabbed his pizza and the money bag.The arresting officer ... Read More »

Wednesday, January 21st

burglary

NEWS 1/21 CLEVELAND, TN (WRCB) - Cleveland Police are searching for those responsible to several car break-ins in Saddle Creek/Winding Creek and surrounding areas off of Mouse Creek Road. Surveillance video from one of the homes where two cars were burglarized shows the suspects breaking into the vehicles.  Cleveland Police say at least eight incidents of this type of criminal ... Read More »

Tuesday, January 20th

Great-Strides-Logo

NEWS, Tuesday January 20th Kendra Gray  Administrative Assistant to the Director of Public Relations: Cleveland business leader Debbie Melton will serve as community chair of the 2015 Great Strides walk for cystic fibrosis (CF), according to campaign officials at Lee University. The 15th annual walk and 5k road race will be held Saturday, March 28. “Debbie Melton is one of ... Read More »

January 19th News

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January 19th, 2015 CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Bradley County Commission is scheduled to vote Tuesday whether to adopt 2012 International Building Codes or opt out of statewide building code standards for one- and two-family dwellings. Commissioner Charlotte Peak, a building contractor, has proposed that the county adopt the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code and 2012 International Codes pertaining to building, ... Read More »

Thursday, January 15th

vapor

NEWS 1/15 CLEVELAND, TN (WRCB) - “Juveniles are really interested in vapor cigarettes, it’s a popular thing,” says Bradley County Sheriff Eric Watson after Tuesday’s arrest of four Bradley County teens, charged in a trio of burglaries involving two vapor stores.”They steal it, to use and consume and sell at high school,” explains Watson. ” These juveniles were selling it ... Read More »

Wednesday, January 14th

911

NEWS Wednesday 1/14 From The Cleveland Daily Banner- The Cleveland City Council is considering adding ambulance response to the services it offers inside city limits. The option is being considered as Council members compare the response time of the Bradley County Emergency Medical Service against the response times of the Cleveland Fire Department. Cleveland Fire Department personnel already respond to ... Read More »