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At its February meeting on Tuesday, the Bradley County Health Council discussed the different ways in which Bradley County compares to Tennessee and the entire country in relation to health-related … more
Eligibility for interment at the Bradley County Veterans Cemetery will mirror national cemetery regulations, following action by the Bradley County Commission’s Ad Hoc Committee for Veterans Cemetery at Fort Hill Cemetery. more
Emerging Scholars Lecture Series: 'Uncle Billy’s Boys' - The 15th Army Corps at Chattanooga Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. — On Saturday, March 9, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park will host the second presentation in its new “Emerging Scholars Lecture Series.”  more
Chris Norton to speak at the 16th Annual Possibilities Luncheon benefiting Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation more
Anthony Briggman speaks at a recent lecture on Lee’s campus.   more
Claude Ogle, confirmed as Bradley County's oldest person by the Bradley County Genealogical Association, passed away Sunday, just two days after reaching his 104th birthday last Friday.His son, Ken … more
A proposed resolution to allow Bradley County to better control how the rights of way on county roads are used is facing opposition from the Ocoee Region Builders Association. more
Like a cat with with nine lives, downtown Cleveland’s Moore building has survived the wrecking ball for another day.When the Cleveland City Council met earlier this month, it considered a motion to … more
The Bradley County Commission discussed some of its priorities in the coming months, touching on employee wages and infrastructure during Monday night’s work session. more
Two liquor store application motions were approved Monday by the Cleveland City Council during its regularly scheduled meeting held at the Municipal Building.However, one application was passed … more
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