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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Austin Riley has been at the center of Atlanta's recent power surge and did it again with his fifth home run in nine games to set a modern-day franchise record.Riley's single … more
Friday, May 24 BASEBALL TSSAA State Tournament Championship Game At MTSU,  Murfreesboro No. 10 Bradley Central (25-14) vs. No. 1 Farragut (41-3), 6 GOLF NJCAA D-II National … more
High School Baseball District 5-AAA Team District Overall Bradley Central 9-3 24-14 Soddy-Daisy 8-4 23-14 East Hamilton 9-3 23-12 Cleveland 6-6 15-12 Ooltewah 4-8 … more
Sports on TVFriday, May 24AUTO RACING11 a.m.NBCSN — IndyCar Racing: Indy500 Carb Day, Indianapolis, Ind.1 p.m.NBCSN — IndyCar Racing: IndyLights, Indianapolis, Ind.2 p.m.FS1 — FIA Formula E … more
School is virtually finished for another year.You’ve probably seen those shiny, happy people, grinning from ear to ear, hugging each other while crying tears of joy, or maybe even turning … more
Joseph Giove III, director of coal business operations for the United States Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy, said energy sources aren’t “evil or good, they’re just a … more
Todd Shoemaker, principal of Bradley Central High School, has been named Bradley County Schools' supervisor of secondary education. Director of Schools Dr. Linda Cash confirmed the announcement … more
Capt. Will Sarrell (ret.), a longtime U.S. Army and Tennessee Army National Guard veteran, will deliver the keynote address Monday at the annual Memorial Day observance on the Bradley County … more
Members of the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 81, are reminding local residents it's time to wear a poppy.Today — Friday, May 24 — is National Poppy Day in America, sponsored by the American … more
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