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Work on the Bradley County Emergency Communications District’s backup 911 center is continuing. The 911 Board heard an update on the project during its meeting last week.


As spring slowly turns toward summer, restoration work on the Bradley County Courthouse continues.

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“The First Purge” was an action-packed flick that was a solid addition to the franchise, albeit incredibly, politically charged. For those who haven’t seen the other three “Purge” … more
Cleveland Dental Health Center and Dr. Eben DeArmond Jr. are pleased to announce that Mrs. Connie Hooper has joined their practice as a member of their dental hygiene team.Connie has been a dental … more
Donna Simpson is running unopposed for the sixth time in a row as the Bradley County Clerk, effectively completing her 20th year in the position. “I started in this position in 1998, so … more
Debo was surrendered to the SPCA of Bradley County on May 8, through no fault of his own. He is almost a year and a half old, and weighs about 38 pounds. This young guy is full of spunk and is looking for a family to go on adventures with him. If you’re interested in meeting or have any questions about Debo, come to the SPCA of Bradley County, or call 423-790-1915. more

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is looking into a Tuesday morning incident in which the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team entered the wrong house in search of a homicide suspect.

Nashville-based financial services company Advance Financial cut the ribbon in March in Ooltewah at one of the company’s newest stores. To mark the occasion, the Advance Financial Foundation … more
As they say, two’s company and ten’s a crowd … but in the case of March unemployment rates for Tennessee counties, it’s a good crowd.That’s how many jurisdictions share the same jobless … more
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