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In a vote Thursday night, Polk County became the first community government in Tennessee, and second in the South, to declare itself a gun sanctuary.The nine-member Polk County Commission voted 8-1 … more
Teacher raises and the need for additions at two schools were among the items discussed during the Bradley County Board of Education’s budget work session Friday. Susan Willcutt, finance … more
Fifteen to 20 people turned out for Thursday evening's town hall meeting at Westmore Church of God's Element Building, although a few left for other meetings, and a few came late from other … more
The next step for a bill restricting vaping in Tennessee is for the proposed law to land on Gov. Bill Lee's desk for his signature.The Tennessee General Assembly has passed new legislation that … more

Two proposed water line extension projects are one step closer to becoming reality, based on votes Monday by the Bradley County Commission.

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The Mainstreet Cruise-In opens its 18th season on April 27, in historic downtown Cleveland around the Courthouse Square. The event will take place from 1 to 6 p.m.Join classic car enthusiasts … more
Gene Rice will be the speaker Wednesday for the His Hands Extended devotional. The nondenominational devotion is held from 7 to 7:30 a.m. at Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St., every Wednesday. The … more
A Cleveland man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a stabbing that took place in front of the United Way of the Ocoee Region building on Ocoee Street.According to the Cleveland Police … more

The Bradley County Commission honored the Bradley Central High School Bearettes basketball team during its meeting Monday.


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