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The spokesman for the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office has resigned while under investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Adam Lewis has been the BCSO’s Media and Public Relations director since Bradley County Sheriff Steve Lawson took office last September.

Imogene “Jean” Rutledge Phillips, 92, of Cleveland, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019, at an Etowah healthcare facility. more
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Jeb Bush answered the biggest question looming over the Republican Party’s next campaign for the White House on Tuesday, all but declaring his candidacy for president … more
Ralph “R.C.” Denham, 75,  passed away on Tuesday, June 18, 2019.Born and raised in Chattanooga, he was a 1962 graduate of Central High School.  He was a carpenter by trade and a … more
PARIS (AP) — The United States has its ranking and its trophies, and that's all the motivation France needs.The Americans face the French on Friday night at the Women's World Cup, a match that's … more
A Cleveland woman is facing an additional charge in connection with a child abuse incident that took place earlier this year.The woman, Olga Sevilla, 38, was charged Tuesday with aggravated child … more
A 16-year dream anchored in perseverance, community support and plenty of sweat and tears took a face today with the long-awaited announcement of a groundbreaking date for the state-of-the-art … more

Dana Work, of Cleveland, died on Wednesday afternoon, July 17, 2019.

If it’s true that misery loves company, then Bradley County’s hike in unemployment to 4.3% in June is sharing shoulders with a lot of weepers.Ninety-five weepers to be exact; that’s how many … more
Lee University officials are moving forward with plans to turn the track at Ocoee Middle School into track fit for an NCAA track and field program.  The Bradley County Board of Education … more
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