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The Bradley County Board of Education began formal discussion of the school district’s proposed 2018-19 budget during a work session Tuesday. 

By COLBY DENTON Staff Writer The Bradley County Interagency Council spoke on credit counseling services, free events and health and safety at its monthly meeting on Monday. Tina Williams, a … more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list include individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include … more
Revival concludes at Brittsville Baptist Church, 2650 Brittsville Road, Georgetown, tonight at 7, with Daniel White and Echoes of Mercy Singers.  ——— Revival will be held at Solid Rock … more
There will be a meeting of the Law Library at the Cleveland/Bradley Public Library on Thursday at 9 a.m. ——— The Bradley County Republican Women will meet Thursday, noon, at the Golden … more
Richard Hughes and Steve Bebb, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Stan and Sherry Ash, who are celebrating their 25th anniversary today. more
For more than a year, the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce has been using its “Your Skills. Your Future” Inititive to convince students that working in the industrial sector can be a good thing. The local school systems, and systems across the state, are busy implementing courses which allow students to intern at companies and earn certificates that make it possible to jump directly from graduation into a career. more
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As D-Day approaches for the sixth annual Military Appreciation Day, organizers have confirmed a growing team of sponsors and a handful of eateries that are donating proceeds to the cause. Also on tap will be a significant presence by the Tennessee Army National Guard, whose 252nd soldiers will be bringing a slew of military equipment for display. more
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