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Questions regarding a proposed change to work shifts at Bradley County Emergency Services will be the topic of discussion at upcoming meetings.


For the first time in its history, Cleveland State Community College is approaching the Bradley County Commission for funding.


As the first of three election this year draws closer, the Bradley County Election Commission met on Monday to discuss plans. Among them was making sure there are enough qualified workers for each voting precinct.

Rusty Asble will be the speaker Wednesday, 7 a.m., for the  His Hands Extended devotional at the Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St. Music, prayer and an inspirational speaker, as well as fellowship, … more
Robby Rice, Chris Womack, Karen Swafford, Stevie Martin, Kenneth Malone, Donna R. Slater, Denny Williams, Chelsea Kazy, Amy Blevins and Sam Welch, who are … more
The Bradley County Master Gardeners group will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 5, at the UT Extension Office in downtown Cleveland. For more information, call 728-7001 more
Gov. Bill Haslam’s three-pronged approach to strengthening security in Tennessee schools dominated the spotlight in Nashville last week, but two bills adding more teeth to the state’s prohibition … more
The Bradley County Republican Party turned out in full force Saturday night as members gathered for their annual Lincoln Day Dinner at Cleveland High School.More than 200 packed the school cafeteria … more
Los 2 Aces, a local Mexican grocery store off Wildwood Avenue, combines the convenience of a grocer with the ethnic flair of its owners. Established nearly three years ago, Los 2 Aces is … more
Keeping with seasonal trends, Bradley County’s unemployment rate ended a one-month skid in the wrong direction in February by dropping one-tenth of a point to 3.6 percent. In January, the rate … more
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