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Business related to both Bradley County’s current fiscal year budget and the upcoming budget will be addressed during Monday’s Bradley County Commission meeting. more
Local election officials are hoping to recruit more workers for the upcoming election season. more
With classes suspended since mid-March and summer vacation officially underway, Bradley Central High School’s campus has been pretty quiet for months. more
Cleveland City Schools is releasing parent surveys to help them determine how they will proceed with school in the fall. Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn and the Tennessee Department of … more
A groundbreaking ceremony for the future PIE Center has been tentatively set for Tuesday, Aug. 4, by the Bradley County Board of Education.The action came in a recent gathering of the local school … more
The Tennessee State Senate passed SB 2313 sponsored by Sen. Todd Gardenhire (R-Chattanooga) on Thursday. The legislation puts in new provisions and penalties for government entities that … more
The Bradley County affiliate of the 100 Black Men of America has officially canceled a trio of annual events due to the COVID-19 coronavirus.President Ralph White announced the annual Scholarship and … more
Lee University will continue its gradual reopening by offering a third session of summer school in a "hybrid format" in which all classes will be offered both in-person and via online Zoom … more
“A STRAWBERRY MOON” appears to shine brightly in this photo by Keisha Baker. more
A BEAUTIFUL SUNSET captured in Charleston is shown in the photo by Janie Bishop. more
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