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The Bradley County Commission gave its approval to the 2018-2019 fiscal year budget on Monday night, capping off an intensive, four-month process and resulting in an overall budget of more than $156 million. more
Funding for a waterline extension project in the McDonald area was approved Monday night by the Bradley County Commission. more
While Tom Rowland may be Cleveland’s longest-serving mayor, he's also known as a former radio station owner and on-air personality, as well as a former newsman.The mayor, who was elected to office … more
Labor market analysts describe Bradley County’s unemployment rate hike of two-tenths of 1 percent in May a modest jump, but it was big enough to land the community in unfamiliar territory. At 3.1 … more
Longtime Hopewell Elementary School Principal Tim Riggs recently stepped down from his post, beginning “a slower period” on his way to retirement. The experienced educator is now turning his … more
On July 4, America will celebrate its 242nd birthday. more
Michael Davis brought his grandson Logan to visits cats at The Ark. Logan knew he wanted an affectionate long-haired male cat. Sonny Boy, a 2-year-old gentle 13-pound giant, took to Logan immediately. Logan sat in the cage-free cat habitat floor, while Sonny Boy made his liking of his new friend known by sitting in his lap and rubbing his face on Logan's arms. Logan planned to sleep on the decision to adopt. Next day, Michael returned and adopted Sonny Boy to surprise Logan. Sonny Boy walked right into the new family. After reviewing his veterinary records, Michael completed the adoption contract. more
L - R Assistant Chief Jason Finnell, EMA Directory Tony Finnell, Chief David Crittenden, Firefighter Shawn Roberts more
“From the Streets of Chicago to the Roads of Chickamauga”: more
Summer Brings Home Grown Tomatoes & Diseases more
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