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“A talk about cancer and its effects on the family” will be topic of a presentation by Dr. Mary A. Hooks, surgical oncologist at Vanderbilt Medical Center, on Wednesday, 10 to 11 a.m., at the Cleveland Senior Center, 230 Urbane Road N.E. ——— more
A family of three black bears — the mom and two cubs — was spotted early Thursday evening near the junction of Highway 64 and Kinser Road.According to a brief statement distributed by the Bradley … more
Criminal Court Judge Sandra Donaghy discussed the development of a Veterans Treatment Court in Bradley County as well as her role in the 10th Judicial District during a recent gathering of Bradley … more
A project team dedicated to creating the Partnerships in Industry & Education  Center said they are working through the design phase during the Bradley County Board of Education meeting … more
(Editor's Note: This is the ninth in a series exploring poverty in Bradley County and the Ocoee Region, as well as the growing number of local families struggling to survive as the "working … more
Some members of the Bradley County Commission want the ability to look into the county’s financial processes at any time, without having to request and receive information from the Finance Department. more
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A historic new Cleveland municipal park, commemorating the birthplace of the city and Bradley County, is just a construction phase from reality.City and county officials, the Taylor Spring Committee, … more
Bradley County residents wishing to rid their basements, utility rooms, storage sheds and closets of leftover, or unwanted, toxic waste streams still have a couple of days to box them up in … more
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