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The next step for a bill restricting vaping in Tennessee is for the proposed law to land on Gov. Bill Lee's desk for his signature.The Tennessee General Assembly has passed new legislation that … more

Bradley Essential magazine is marking its first year with the arrival of the Spring 2019 issue, available to readers next week.

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(Editor’s Note: This is the third installment of a multi-part series detailing Cleveland’s master plan to revitalize its historic downtown).During much of the 20th century, mid-sized cities and … more
MIKE WILLIAMS took a photo of a little green friend. more

Two proposed water line extension projects are one step closer to becoming reality, based on votes Monday by the Bradley County Commission.

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Walker Valley High School honored 91 students from the Class of 2019 during its annual Circle of Champions senior recognition banquet.Held Thursday at First Baptist Church, the banquet was part of a … more
Saturday night’s Music at the Mill concert series at Cleveland’s historic Old Woolen mill demonstrated what could be achieved as efforts to draw patrons to the city’s historic downtown begin to … more
JENNIFER HARDISON saw this male Eastern bluebird checking out one of her bluebird houses in the backyard. “Hope he likes what he sees,” she said. more
Prior to presenting the fiscal year 2020 budget, Bradley County 911 Emergency Communications Center Director Sherri Maxfield told members of the Bradley County Emergency Communications District … more
A search is underway in Polk County for the body of an individual who reportedly drowned in the Ocoee River Thursday.According to media reports, the incident occurred around 5 p.m. near the … more
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