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Although experiencing the normal blips for a new system and a new building, the new Bradley County Workhouse is showing success since opening almost month ago. Probation Director Rich Kienlen … more
Tennessee Christian Preparatory School is on the cusp of a new and exciting era in the school’s 20-year history. The school, along with Cherokee Pharmacy, hosted the Cleveland/Bradley … more
As students at North Lee Elementary School learned about the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, they got the chance to hear from someone who was in New York when the World Trade Center Towers were … more
More information surfaced Tuesday concerning reports of possible price gouging by local hotels and excessive rates being charged evacuees from Hurricane Irma and its remnants. One Cleveland … more
According to authorities, there are no new safety issues at the Wacker Polysilicon North America plant near Charleston, even though alarms went off at the facility and employees were instructed … more
The Bradley County Board of Education elected its newest panel of officers during its monthly meeting held Tuesday night. The 5th District’s Rodney Dillard, who has for the past year … more
The events at Wacker Polysilicon on Sept. 7 provided members of the Charleston City Commission with plenty to discuss Tuesday night at their monthly meeting. When the explosion and subsequent … more
Union Grove Church of Christ, Bates Pike, will have its monthly clothing giveaway at 10 a.m. on Saturday. ——— The Trinity Trio will sing Sunday, at Hampton Drive Baptist Church. Lunch … more
(AP) — These lotteries were drawn Tuesday: Tennessee Cash 3 Evening: 1-5-1, Lucky Sum: 7 Cash 3 Midday: 6-6-9, Lucky Sum: 21 Cash 3 Morning: 8-7-5, Lucky Sum: 20 Cash 4 Evening: … more
The USDA Forest Service officials will reopen all developed recreation areas still within their planned operating season, dispersed use areas, day-use sites and the Ocoee Whitewater Center in the … more
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