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Fall into fun with Girl Scouts’ Halloween birthday celebration CHATTANOOGA – Oct. 31 is the birthday of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girl Scouts, and Girl Scouts of the Southern Appalachians invites you to celebrate this special day with us at a free event. more
Operation Christmas Child aims to reach millions of children with hope this year more
PETER SHMAEFSKY, his wife Maryse, and their son, Caden, saw Beary Allen on and came in to visit him. They brought their dog, Niko, for both the visits. Niko was a bit shy at … more
                CHATTANOOGA – CHI Memorial’s mobile health coach will provide mammography screenings at the Bradley County … more
It happened this week in 1949 more
  NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Division of Forestry observed National Fire Prevention Week Oct. 4 through 10 by reminding citizens to follow simple safety … more
Oct. 24 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Drive-Thru Drop-Off Location to be at Bradley County Sheriff’s Department Chattanooga — Oct. 24 will be nationally recognized as Prescription Drug Take Back Day. The Hamilton County Coalition, DEA, local law enforcement and community partners will collaborate to provide a drive-thru drop-off location at the Bradley County Sheriff’s Department that will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The public is invited to drop-off any unused, unwanted or expired prescription medications at any drop-off location with little to no human contact. The medications will then be safely disposed of to better the safety of the communities and environment. This event is free, safe and confidential. “Overdose numbers have spiked since the start of the pandemic. In many cases, misusing or abusing prescription medication can lead to suffering from an overdose,” Hamilton County Coalition Executive Director Camilla Bibbs-Lee said. “Drug Take Back Day is a great opportunity to familiarize with the medications in your home and dispose of anything that is unused or expired. This can go a long way in keeping teens, adults and our environment safe.” more
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Your Heart, Your Health is Women’s Council topic Did you know … Nearly 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented? According to the American Heart Association cardiovascular diseases continue to be one of the greatest health threat to women? The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Women’s Council virtual program, on Monday, Oct. 26, sponsored by Tennova Healthcare - Cleveland will feature Terran Anderson, community impact director with the American Heart Association. Anderson’s presentation will focus on the importance of the Go Red for Women movement and why women need to be an advocate for their own health. “Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of American women,” noted Anderson. “And the COVID-19 pandemic has made the statistics worse.” more
Cleveland State students reap rewards of Community First Plan more
DEWAYNE SCOGGINS of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Department recently received the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal from the Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter of the Sons Of The American Revolution. From left are Sheriff Steve Lawson, SAR Chapter Vice President Jerry Hjellum, Scoggins, SAR Chapter President Joseph White, and SAR Past President Dr. David Chaffin. A 32-year law enforcement veteran with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Department was recently presented the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal from the Sons of the American Revolution. more
Smell the roses, blow out the candles. Smell the roses, blow out the candles and on and on and on…Every second, every minute and every hour for 31 days, Sandy Renner had to concentrate on that … more
Thinking different in Service-Learning: 2020 leads Cleveland State program down new path     Service-Learning students from Cleveland State Community College have worked through COVID-19 by providing things such as handmade masks in helping assisted living residents safely take part in activities during the pandemic. more
The Charleston City Commission will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 6 p.m. at the Municipal Building. On the agenda will be the reading of a resolution to obtain a loan from the Tennessee Municipal Bond Fund to finance equipment for the city's street department.  ——— more
Lisa Geren, director of the Better Business Bureau office in Cleveland, said things were looking up shortly after the holidays, “then COVID hit.” “Everyone was enjoying life as we know it … more
The Cleveland Police Department and Bradley County EMS responded to an incident Saturday involving a man who accidentally shot himself in the finger as he was cleaning a gun.The incident took place … more
A task force looking into road grade/slope issues has answered a few questions, but there are more issues to be addressed. more
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