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YMCA Announces Community Days The Cleveland Family YMCA kicks off the summer season with a free Community Day at the Outdoor Pool on Monday, May 28. more
In celebration of National Public Works Week, Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland, Councilman David May Jr., City Manager Joe Fivas and Assistant City Manager Melinda Carroll recognized the extraordinary … more
Lois Dean James, Glen Coronis, Mike Crittenden, Elaine Curtis, Brandon Dalton, Lena Elliott, Johnny Gill, John Haynes, Cody Maney, Darren Miller, Mary … more
IT TAKES A VILLAGE! Contributions were recently made to Family Promise of Bradley County for the purchase of a passenger van. Sponsors were Hardee’s Happy Star, Janice Johnson Wilson (George R. … more
The EastView Baptist Church, No Pone Road, Georgetown, will have revival services at 7 p.m. May 21-23. Evangelist will be Darren Fansler. more
A powerful wind gust Sunday afternoon resulted in several downed trees in the Highway 64 area in east Bradley County. more

A funding recommendation from the Bradley County Commission’s Education Committee to the commission’s Finance Committee became caught up in the financial details this week.

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Requests from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office and Bradley County Emergency Management Agency garnered lengthy, sometime lively, discussion during Monday’s meeting of the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee.

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The History Branch of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library received a new name on Monday, and will now be known as the Johnston-Tucker Center. Johnston-Tucker Center director Margot … more
The closing event of the Taste the Nations program was held on Monday at the Museum Center at Five Points, in a rousing display of cultural music and art.   Shauna Staup, AmeriCorps … more
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