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(Editor's Note: Comments below from local teachers were made as part of an ongoing discussion about conversations on race and racial justice. They occurred prior to the governor's signing of SB 623, … more
Gov. Bill Lee signed a bill Monday that would limit teachers’ ability to talk about race in the classroom and allow Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn to withhold funding as a result. The … more
Bradley County Schools celebrated the retirement of more than two dozen teachers this year, offering them a reception at Ocoee Middle School and a fond farewell into retirement. Teachers, … more
Daniel Koob  keeping with personal tradition of placing flags on the graves of Bradley County veterans at Fort Hill in observance of Memorial Day ... John Thomason greeting a group of … more
Lion Curt Duncan was presented the International Membership Advancement Award Key by King Lion Jack Smith during the recent club meeting.   more
Diana Jackson and Karen Conley, who are celebrating birthdays today .... Jerry Cannon, who is celebrating a birthday Thursday. more
Vacation Bible school will be held June 7 through 11, 6 to 8 nightly, at Macedonia Baptist Church, 3119 Spring Place Road S.E. The theme is “Concrete & Cranes — Building on the Love of … more
The Tuned In Music and Arts Festival on June 11, 12 and 13 will benefit Dixie Day Spay Clinic and Life Bridges. The three-day rock ‘n’ roll, art, games, food, and good times will be held at … more
For the first time in 11 months, there are fewer than 100 active cases of COVID-19 recorded in Bradley County.Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis gave his weekly COVID-19 update to the Bradley County … more
Questions of immunity, long-hauler symptoms and the COVID-19 vaccine came to Dr. Asma Khatri during Monday’s luncheon of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Women's Council.Council members … more
Bradley County collected a little over $39.3 million in property tax last year — and it will collect the same amount this year, despite property values increasing due to the recent countywide … more
The economy. Taxes. Education. Restroom signs.Those are a few of the topics discussed by Cameron Sexton, Speaker of the Tennessee House of Representatives, during a Rotary Club of Cleveland meeting … more
For the first time in 11 months, there are fewer than 100 active cases of COVID-19 recorded in Bradley County. Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis gave his weekly COVID-19 update to the Bradley … more
Although no city ordinances restrict the number of animals residents may own, there are those on the books that address issues such as noises and odors.On Monday, Cleveland resident Elise Goldston … more
Although members of the Cleveland City Council expressed concern regarding the cost to remove asbestos from the historic Moore building, they unanimously approved Chattanooga-based Henderson, … more
The poppy is a flower that provided a doctor serving in Europe during World War I the inspiration for his poem “In Flanders Fields.” It is also a symbol that is used to honor and remember those … more
Sara Ukani, a member of Walker Valley High School's Class of 2021, has been named recipient of the Ocoee Foundation Scholarship which is administered through the Community Foundation of Cleveland and … more
Discussion of the recent countywide property reappraisal is the lone agenda item at tonight’s Bradley County Commission work session. more
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