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Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president, and Dr. Steven Angle, UTC chancellor, signed an agreement on Monday that will allow for a smooth transition for students graduating from CSCC to transfer to UTC to study for their bachelor’s degree.  more
The city of Cleveland is collecting food donations this holiday season to help victims of domestic violence. Donations will be collected through Dec. 20.Lindsey Hawkins, deputy clerk in the Cleveland … more
Lois Myers provided this photo with the caption “Roosters are protected in Key West.” more
Ducks Unlimited Inc., the world's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving North America's waterfowl habitats, will host a dinner and fundraising festivities Thursday, Nov. 15, at the … more

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

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During the past two to three months, there's been a little extra motion at the Bradley Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center.Residents with limited-movement abilities have been provided with a new … 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
In an ongoing battle between between Meigs County landowner Greg Vital and the Tennessee Valley Authority, attorneys representing Vital, as well as three other landowners, have filed suit claiming … more
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