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Employee compensation and maintenance concerns were among the items discussed Monday by the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee.

Ocoee Middle School recently held a series of anti-bullying assemblies which stressed the importance of students being kind to one another. A “Colts Care Rally” was held for each grade at … more
Olin Corporation and the Salvation Army will be shipping out more than 16,000 gallons of bleach to the Carolinas to help those still recovering from Hurricane Florence, just after another hurricane … more
Dr. French L. Arrington will present the 13th Annual Azusa Lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 23, at 7 p.m. in the North Cleveland Church of God Dixon Chapel. Arrington will speak on the topic “To the … more
While the innovative partial payment program dominates the Bradley County Trustee’s Office headlines this time of year, two other tax-assistance initiatives are doing their own good for local … more
Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region this school year has a new programs manager who is working for the benefit of students throughout the region. Liz Mathurin, who started in the role in … more
Chattanooga — Beneath a hot, cloudless September sky – following a weekend of rain from the outstretched arms of Hurricane Florence – Mark Hollins and Arthur Hall hooked their white … more
The Disabled American Veterans  group is hosting its final car show of the year on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in a massive, all-day show at Bradley Square Mall. The event is the … more
Tina Dasher, Bobby Goins and Dennis Purvis, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Penny Cline, who is celebrating her 60th birthday ... Edith Gates, who celebrated her 98th birthday on Thanksgiving … more
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