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A request for $250,000 in funding to address school safety issues has been forwarded to the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee for review. The request is for funding in addition to the $78.6 million Bradley County Schools 2018-19 fiscal year budget proposal.

The staff of Medical Center Pharmacy are once again encouraging the community to help “Stock the Shelves for School Nurses.” The third annual school nurse supply drive takes place Thursday … more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list include individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
SUNDAY, MAY 13Rhee Epperson, Sandra Chastain, Jonathon Sivley, Heather Matthews, Patrick Abercrombie, Caitlyn Tarver, Nigel Newberry, Brian Conn and Chris … more

Three representatives of Bradley County Schools recently traveled to Germany to learn new ways to help teach students here job skills. 

Matt Ryerson, president of the United Way of the Ocoee Region, said that nonprofit organizations must focus on building people up to help them avoid becoming mired in a cycle of dependency, robbing them of their dignity. more
The biblical verse "And a child shall lead them," could be used in relation to a special and inspirational project apparently underway in Charleston.Two young ladies, 9-year-old Tonya Bradley and … more
The BCHS Class of 1983 35-year Reunion will be held on Saturday inside the Village Green, near the Bald Headed Bistro restaurant. This will be an informal, … more
Chris Lea, Blake Lewis, Donna Asher, Joe Womac, Jonathan Tucker and Kami Clark, who are celebrating birthdays today ...  Jordan Holmes, Melissa Crisp, Randy … more
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