Local unemployment remains stable at 5.8%
Hopes for a continued plunge in Bradley County unemployment rates stalled in November, not because Santa’s helpers didn’t supply some needed jobs on the retail floor but because construction labore...
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Veterans Home is ‘on go’
Memo almost derailed project
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Bradley Healthcare considers adding adult day care service
Bradley County Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center is pondering the possibility of adding a new service for families of the elderly during the coming year. At a recent session, members of the boar...
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Pruett earns All-State honors
One local volleyball player received a special gift this Christmas as news came midweek she had been named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team for her outstanding play on the...
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Bears advance to semis
MARYVILLE  — Although Bradley Central advanced to the semifinals of the Renasant Bank Christmas Tournament, head coach Chuck Clark wasn’t too happy with what he saw Saturday. “We had a quality win ...
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Raider Dome demolition voted No. 4 Newsmaker
Cleveland High School, the city’s board of education and the general public may require some patience through the coming year as construction progresses for a new gymnasium (field house) on Raider ...
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CRIME LOG »

  • Suspect charged after foot pursuit
    by RICHARD GOAD Banner Staff Writer
    12.17.14 - 04:30 pm
  • Three now identified after high-speed chase
    by RICHARD GOAD Banner Staff Writer
    12.16.14 - 04:30 pm
  • WHR Basket Fund stands at $30,481
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    With a donation of $8,872.95 from Cooke’s Food Store and its customers, the William Hall Rodgers Christmas Basket Fund surpassed its goal of $28,000. The total, as of Friday, stands at $30,481.95. ...
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