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Officials are predicting nearly 51 million motorists will travel 50 miles or less from their homes to celebrate Thanksgiving. Though those are national statistics, local law enforcement agencies know … more
Though she would have loved to have seen more shoeboxes donated locally through the Operation Christmas Child program, Christy Williams said Monday evening that she knows each one of the boxes will … more
Bradley County commissioners, despite a fierce debate, approved a resolution Monday authorizing Mayor D. Gary Davis to execute a one-year contract for health benefits for county employees.Before the … more
It's evident Bradley County's Emergency Medical Services cannot find adequate part-time help.The Bradley County Commission's Finance Committee, meeting in the Courthouse Annex Monday afternoon, … more
The Bradley County Road Committee on Monday discussed dangerous roadways, distance corrections, flooding issues, work at Hopewell Elementary School, and the possibility of placing no-parking signs at … more
Water/Wastewater  Vice President Craig Mullinax provided an update from his department to Cleveland Utilities' board at a recent gathering.Among items in his report was a video display of … more
Electric Engineering Manager Jimmy Isom stepped in for Electric Division Vice President Bart Borden to provide a report in a recent session of the Cleveland Board of Public Utilities.The October … more
The image of a child without a gift to unwrap at Christmas is heartbreaking.But, due to the efforts of the Empty Stocking Fund thousands of area children have been able to avoid that feeling of being … more
The Bridge, an organization dedicated to communicating the dangers of drugs, is making some of its first visits to local schools this year. Scott Elam, board president, and Reba Terry, executive … more
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