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Jennifer Hardison shared these cardinal photos. more
Joseph A. White, left, received the Bronze SAR Color Guard Medal and a supplemental certificate recognizing an American Revolution patriot ancestor from Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter President Dr. David Chaffin. more
The Lee University Performing Arts Series will continue on Tuesday  at 7:30 p.m. with Andrew Willis on the fortepiano. The program will take place in Squires Recital Hall, located in Lee’s … more
The 2019 Incoming board members for the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce participated in a Chamber board orientation and welcome from 2019 Chairman, Kimberly Casteel, USA Mortgage Inc. and Gary Farlow, Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce. Shown, from left, are Jeff Cocks, Corporate Network Solutions; Kimberly Casteel, USA Mortgage Inc.; Dewayne Thompson, Lee University; Fred Bryson, Capital Tire Service; Pam Nelson, Ocoee Insurance; Chris Anziano, Olin; Mike Thomasson, Andrew Johnson Bank; Matthew Coleman, Logan-Thompson PC; and Gary Farlow, Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce. 2019 New Incoming Board Members The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce announces eight new incoming board members for 2019. The Chamber’s Board of Directors is comprised of diverse business professionals who understand the needs of its membership and possess the energy and commitment to lead the Chamber.  more
Village Green goes “Pink” in honor of fundraiser  Special to the Banner  more
It was an abundantly wet Saturday morning to begin the 28th Annual Sandhill Crane Festival. It was the kind of wet that you get when you step in your yard after prolonged rain and a puddle forms … more
Consideration of a resolution governing the use of county rights of way is on hold until the Bradley County Commission’s Road Committee receives an opinion from the Ocoee Region Builders Association. more
  Lee University faculty Kristen Holritz, flute, and ChoEun Lee, piano, will perform a recital on Thursday, Jan. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the Squires Recital Hall, located in Lee’s Humanities … more
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