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 Waterville Community Elementary School received copies of a book written by one of its teachers. The books will be included in their library collection, and an Accelerated Reader test was … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Monday was 318,888 since the pandemic began, including 1,810 current hospitalizations, 268,368 inactive/recovered recoveries and 3,923 deaths, … more
Ribbon-cutting ceremonies for the grand opening of the much-anticipated Taylor Spring Park will take place on Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the 285 First St. site of the park. Taylor Spring Park is a … more
With 500 active cases, Bradley County numbers are trending higher as COVID-19 spreads throughout the community. According to Sunday’s report from the Tennessee Department of Health, Bradley … more
A small earthquake took place in southern Bradley County early Monday morning, according to the United States Geological Survey. The 1.7-magnitude earthquake was recorded around 4:30  a.m. … more
Looking ahead to the holiday season, today the Bradley County Commission is slated to discuss canceling two of its upcoming meetings. more
A ribbon cutting for the long-awaited Taylor Spring Park will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday.The park, which is considered the birthplace of Bradley County and Cleveland, is located at 283 First St. … more
Several anonymous testimonials from current and former Bradley County Jail inmates that have been posted on a local nonprofit organization's social media page, describe a lack of access to … more
Low-charge blasting at Tennessee Valley Authority’s future 174,000-square-foot systems control facility in Meigs County will continue through the end of the year, TVA announced on Thursday.The site … more
Free flu shots available in Bradley County Nov. 19 The Bradley County Health Department is offering flu vaccines at no charge to the community during a special “Fight Flu TN” vaccination event Nov. 19. more
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