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A Cleveland man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a stabbing that took place in front of the United Way of the Ocoee Region building on Ocoee Street.According to the Cleveland Police … more

The Bradley County Commission honored the Bradley Central High School Bearettes basketball team during its meeting Monday.


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The turnout for Wednesday night’s town hall meeting for the Bradley County Commission’s 5th District was smaller than for other districts’ town hall meetings so far, but the topics discussed were just as big.


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A new contract between Bradley County and the SPCA of Bradley County has been approved, but not without lengthy discussion and debate.

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Brace yourselves, dark manufacturing plants are coming.But while that warning my incite fear and loathing among the populace, Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce vice president of economic … more
Residents at Bradley County Healthcare and Rehab Center were treated to Beethoven and other selections from the Masters on Wednesday, during a concert performed by the Chattanooga Symphony & … more
Chamber graduates 17th Youth Leadership class Twenty-three promising future leaders representing Bradley Central, Cleveland and Walker Valley high schools and Tennessee Christian Preparatory School recently graduated from the 17th Youth Leadership class of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce. During special ceremonies held at Peerless Road Church, members of the Youth Leadership Class of 2018-19 recounted their nine-month program. Morgan Warner (BCHS), Jack Duncan (CHS), Hannah Hawkins (WVHS) and Mason Taylor (TCPS) talked about the year’s emphasis on city, county and state government, community services, infrastructure, healthcare and manufacturing, along with reflections about the value of relationship, team-building opportunities, and how the program impacted them. more
How do you motivate and engage your employees? Does your staff or co-workers feel valued and appreciated? The Women’s Council quarterly programing for 2019 center’s around the theme of … more
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