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Bradley County commissioners were asked Monday to approve a payment-in-lieu-of-taxes program for the expansion and upgrade of the Bayer plant on Michigan Avenue.Doug Berry, Cleveland/Bradley Chamber … more
Bradley County government employees will now potentially be asked to do something which they have not done before — pay a little more for insurance if they want to choose a package with a wider … more
Unconstitutional, vaguely written statutes. Charges that are not part of the original presentments.Those are the arguments given for the latest motion in the case of Bradley County Sheriff Eric … more
Cleveland's City Council received two presentations Monday afternoon from top-scale consulting firms, each seeking to contract with the city on revitalization of the downtown area.The two firms were … more
"I don't see boxes, I see faces."Those were the words of Lee University's Mike Hayes as he opened the special Operation Christmas Child event at Lee University's Walker Arena Monday night.Over 1,000 … more
From Staff ReportsIn the wake of the tragic Nov. 5 shootings that left 26 parishioners dead in the First Baptist Church in rural Sutherland Springs, Texas, the … more
The Wacker Polysilicon North America plant near Charleston will be conducting tests on the facility's inside fire alarm systems today, according to an announcement by Troy Spence, Bradley County … more
Preliminary  construction activity was not that prevalent in September at the Cleveland City Building Office, but there were some major projects being planned.In September, there were only 12 … more
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