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Stormwater from a residential construction project that recently encroached on an adjacent subdivision in North Cleveland has residents angry with the nearby project's developers, but their beef may … more
The Honors College at Cleveland State Community College is hosting the 2020 Tennessee Collegiate Honors Council Conference at the George R. Johnson Cultural Heritage Center. Special speakers and honors student from the colleges and universities of Tennessee will be presenting at this conference. more
Bradley County has two locations where you can apply for a Real ID. more
The Charleston Calhoun Hiwassee Historical Society will hold its quarterly meeting today at 3 p.m.  Bryan Reed, an associate professor of history TN eCampus Faculty Liaison/Campus Administrator at Cleveland State Community College, will be speaking on “Slaves and Freedmen in Bradley County during the Civil War.” The meeting will be at the Hiwassee River Heritage Center, 8746 Hiwassee St., in Charleston. more
The early voting turnout in Bradley County is on track with the same time period in the 2016 election cycle. more
SANDY SPENCE noted the Linten roses are blooming. more
LANNY TAYLOE spotted this bald eagle in his neighbor’s yard Friday. more
JENNIFER HARDISON shared a couple of “Valentine” photos. more
HIXSON — Life Care Center of Hixson, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center, is welcoming a new executive director, Darren Hulgan. Hulgan has worked in senior care for 12 years. He has … more
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