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A fire early this month that destroyed a historic older home near Charleston brought back some memories, but also left a local family homeless.The Bitterman family was renting the home, which was … more
Cofer Cemetery Decoration will be held today.  Business meeting will be at 1 p.m.———A blood drive to benefit the Bradley and Polk County area will be held Tuesday, May 25, at Bradley Polk … more
Lois Dean James, Lena Elliott, Delaney Walker and Paul Holt, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Windom Davis, who is celebrating his 90th birthday Monday ...  Julie Walker, who is … more
County school bus involved in minor accident more
A Cleveland High School student has been awarded a highly competitive scholarship, becoming the first at the school to do so.JROTC student Kendra Edwards recently received the J-100 … more
  The Lee University Squires Library recently hosted the 6th annual Student Research Showcase, where students of various disciplines presented research or papers completed over the last … more
    CHATTANOOGA — The MaryEllen Locher Scholarship Fund at CHI Memorial Foundation has awarded 23 college scholarships totaling $69,500 to Chattanooga area students for the 2021-22 … more
VEC Customers Share Awards $3,000 in Local Grants DECATUR — At the May 2021 VECCustomers Share Board meeting, local organizations in Bradley County were awarded $3,000 in grants. Organizations receiving funds include Covenant Youth Group ($500), Bradley Central High School Softball ($2,000), and the Ocoee Theatre Guild ($500). VEC Customers Share was founded in October 2001 and has donated more than $7.2 million to various community-service organizations across VEC’s 17-county service area. VECustomers Share is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization. The foundation’s funds come from VEC members who have opted to round their electric bills up to the next whole dollar. VEC Customers Share individual customer contributions average a little more than $5 per year. The extra change is collected monthly and distributed by a volunteer board of directors representing each service area. more
The Mainstreet Cruise-In is set for Saturday in historic downtown Cleveland around the Courthouse Square.   The event will take place from 1  to 6 p.m.Car enthusiasts will show off … more
CHATTANOOGA — To best protect the health of patients and employees and to further minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our communities, five local hospital systems in the Chattanooga area will … more
CLEVELAND MAYOR Kevin Brooks was presented the Dr. John M. Appling Child Advocate Award during the inaugural Superhero 5K Walk/Race. From left are executive director Christopher Janetzko, Brooks, Suzanne Wood (daughter of Dr. Appling), and board chair Jake Duos. more
Lee University recently held a ceremony celebrating the LEAP (Learn, Engage, Achieve Program)/TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) graduating class of 2021. During the event, Lee President Dr. Mark L. Walker and Provost Dr. Debbie Murray recognized 32 LEAP scholars who graduated this May. more
Area legislators voted for, and in some cases co-sponsored, bills Gov. Bill Lee  recently signed into law that affect transgender Tennesseans in healthcare, education, sports and in … more
With warmer temperatures resulting in cookouts, family vacations, high school proms, post-graduation celebrations and other occasions, one uninvited guest, COVID-19, is still showing up and refusing … more
She grew up in Knoxville in a Habitat for Humanity home. Now, Kerea Westfield will soon be moving into her own Habitat home as the raising of walls began at a Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland build … more
The Cleveland Police Department has issued warrants for a Dalton man for domestic assault and disorderly conduct in connection with an altercation that resulted in his father reportedly stabbing him … more
Confirmed COVID-19 case totals for Bradley County include:  Total cases: 15,145 (up 15 as of Wednesday) Active cases: 115 (up 8 as of Wednesday) Deaths: 152 (up one as of May … more
Bradley County Schools officials have presented the school system’s 2021-22 budget to the Bradley County Commission. It is one of the final steps before County Mayor D. Gary Davis presents his budget proposal to the commissioners on June 7. more
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