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Attorney General Stephen D. Crump told members of the Rotary Club of Cleveland in a recent gathering that if he were able to write them prescriptions for opioids, he could turn many of them into … more
Almost a month into its second enrollment cycle for 2019 property taxes, the popular partial payment program has zoomed beyond original projections for total participation. When Bradley County … more
Former Tennessee Supreme Court Justice William C. Koch Jr. told members of the Bradley County Bar Association in a recent luncheon that the criminal justice system in Tennessee is chronically … more
Chattanooga, TN – Local veteran and entrepreneur Brian Winton is pleased to announce the launch of his new house care business, TruBlue of Chattanooga.TruBlue is a full-service company that … more
Dinner of Distinction raises more than $35,000 for Erlanger Health System Foundations   Chattanooga  – More than $35,000 was raised for Erlanger Health System Foundations during this year’s annual Dinner of Distinction held on Jan. 18.  more
Cleveland community leader Beverly Phillips Johnson will serve as community chair for Great Strides 2019, according to campaign officials at Lee University. The 19th annual Great Strides Walk and … more
Lee University will welcome the Schumann String Quartett to Pangle Hall in continuation of the Presidential Concert Series on Monday, Feb. 4, at 7:30 p.m.    The quartet comprises … more
Two Cleveland Police Department officers saved a driver from a fiery crash on Thursday night. more
The Cleveland Kiwanis Club had a visitor from state royalty this week. Miss Tennessee, Christine Williamson,  stopped by to talk about The Children's Miracle Network, The Alzheimers Association, … more
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