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By CHRISTY ARMSTRONG Banner Staff Writer Two local schools — Bradley Central High School and Oak Grove Elementary School — are welcoming new principals this summer. New Oak Grove Principal Stephanie Jones and new BCHS Principal Patrick Spangler were introduced to the Bradley County Board of Education during a recent meeting. “I have had a great experience in Bradley County Schools and am thrilled to be joining the team at Oak Grove,” Jones said. She most recently was an instructional coach at Valley View Elementary School. She said her journey into the education field was an unconventional one. more
Richmond Flowers promoted to dining services director of Legacy Senior Living more
The hydrangea and calla lily photos were submitted by Paula Watson more
LINDA GAMBILL shared the lily photos. more
Pleasant Grove Baptist plans concert June 23 more
Eight people have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a series of burglaries from storage units in Georgetown. more

After a second review and round of changes to the 2019-20 budget, Bradley County leaders are looking at proposed property tax increases of 10 cents for some residents and 15 cents for others. How much your tax bill could increase depends on where you own property.

Community development organization City Fields, along with the Ocoee Region Builders Association, held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for the construction of a new house which will be located on … more
(Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of news stories about the worsening eyesore, and the health hazard, of litter in the Cleveland and Bradley County community).City Fields Executive … more
The Bradley County Board of Education presented the results of Bradley County Director of Schools Dr. Linda Cash’s annual evaluation during its monthly meeting held Thursday. Cash was given an … more
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