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Economic development, the growing potential of Spring Branch Industrial Park and future challenges for the Cleveland and Bradley County community dominated a recent address by a local expert in the … more
Proudly displaying their BEST Partnership certificates the Chamber’s newest BEST partners is a relationship between Tennessee Christian Preparatory School and McIntire & Associates Insurance Inc. From left, front, are Tennessee Christian Preparatory School students, McKinley Massengill, Caden Smith, Cormac Bear, Nathaniel Rymer, Isaiah Ellis and Sherry Crye, Chamber Workforce Development director; back, representativews from Tennessee Christian Preparatory School Lacy Laman, Lower School principal; Candace Goff, assistant director of Community Relations; Wendy Benton, Development & Community Relations director; Brad Benton, board of trustees president; Dr. Jimmy Harper, president; and from McIntire & Associates Insurance, Bob McIntire, president; and Todd Walker, partner. McIntire & Associates, TCPS Form New BEST partnership more
Beginning in February, the Boy Scouts of America began accepting girls in the Scouting program for older Scouts. This resulted in the renaming to Scouts BSA to create a more inclusive program to allow older girls to participate. The Cherokee Area Council President Jay Elliott said noted the excitement to have the girls join the local programs. He called it a “win-win for everyone involved.” The leaders for Troop 1010 Scouts BSA are, from left, Cooper Hill, Jenniffer Frazier, Shannon Ward, Dr. Cecil Stanbery, Haley Heier and Hank Smith. more
Bradley County is ready to make the first of its annual payments on the Energy Saving Group (ESG) contract for work at the Courthouse and Courthouse Annex. more
A Chattanooga woman killed when she was reportedly struck by two vehicles as she was walking on Harrison Pike has been identified.According to Tennessee Highway Patrol reports, the woman, Tracey L. … more
A Bradley County Criminal Court judge revoked Tiffany Isaza’s bond Monday, after a court-ordered alcohol-monitoring device she wore detected alcohol consumption and device tampering in December and … more
Although  Cleveland's Assistant City Manager Brian Moran is just a few years out of college, he is already somewhat of a veteran in city government, with some eight years of experience … more
The only business item on the Bradley County Commission’s agenda was pulled during Monday night’s voting session. The item was a resolution requesting that Gov. Bill Lee, the Bradley County Legislative Delegation and the Tennessee General Assembly revise laws pertaining to the transport of mental health patients. more
After being mentioned last week at the Bradley County Commission’s work session, an official request that the county and the City of Cleveland work together to provide a lifesaving device is on its way to city officials. more
In a presentation during the Cleveland Media Association's monthly luncheon, social media expert Clark Campbell, said that while social media is a powerful tool for business and personal use, it is … more
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