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JENNIFER HARDISON submitted this photo of a “male house finch and his juvenile daughter. She fluttered her wings and chirped for quite a while, trying to get her parent to feed her.” more

Cleveland Utilities' Electric Division is engaged in a number of projects throughout the city, in various stages of completion.


When Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis presented his $163 million budget proposal to the Bradley County Commission Monday night, it was delivered as a balanced budget that does not require a tax increase.


Demolition of the 100-plus-year-old brick and concrete portion of the old Whirlpool Plant 2 has begun, bringing soon to a close an important chapter in downtown Cleveland’s history when the city was known as the stove capital of the world.


Becky Brady, Walker Valley High School MBA Academy Lead and FBLA lead advisor, enjoys combining her love of business and marketing to encourage and prepare the next generation of young businessmen and women.


Nepal, among the most remote places on Earth, was the topic of last week's program at the Cleveland Kiwanis Club luncheon at the downtown Elks Lodge.


For the second year, Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region has been awarded one of Junior Achievement USA’s highest honors — the 5 Star Award.

Two former Bradley County commissioners have shared their concerns about the Partnerships in Industry & Education Center, or PIE Center, as well as their proposal to reduce costs to taxpayers. They spoke Monday to the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee. more
County Mayor D. Gary Davis is scheduled to present his budget proposal for the 2019-20 fiscal year during tonight’s voting session meeting of the Bradley County Commission. more
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