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Sunlight is free, right? But by taking a closer look, using solar energy to generate electricity remains expensive when the costs of purchasing and maintaining solar panels are considered. Add in the cost of purchasing batteries to store and the dollars invested increase.

Charleston School reunion will be held Saturday, from 2 to 6 p.m., at First Baptist Church's multi-purpose building. Classes are welcome to set up tables and tents in the park. You may tour the school at 4 p.m.    ———    Bradley Central High School’s Class of 1979 is having its 40-year reunion on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 6 p.m., at Cleveland Country Club. Tickets are  $65 until Sept. 26. No tickets will be sold  at the door. Purchase at or from Angela Free McPherson 423-413-8225 or Don Littrell 423 618-5271.    ———    The Class of 1974 at Bradley Central High School will celebrate its 45th anniversary on Saturday, 7 p.m., at Las Margarita's Restaurant, 1647 25th St. N.W. Music will be from class members' teen years. Dinner and drinks may be ordered from the menu. For information call or text Connie Gentry Toney at 770-362-9764.  ——— more
(Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of stories exploring poverty in Bradley County and the Ocoee Region, and how many local families are now recognized as the "working poor.")Some 41% of … more
The Bradley Sunrise Rotary Club recently gifted $10,000 to Cleveland City Schools to assist in the establishment of sensory rooms for children with special needs.  more
Bryan Davis, who is celebrating a birthday today. more
The Charleston Police Department, and Police Chief Johnny Stokes, were the main attractions at Tuesday's Charleston City Commission meeting.Commissioners opened a series of work sessions to review … more

The completion date for a stormwater drainage project on Candies Lane has been delayed by the presence of bedrock. The project was slated to be completed this month.

JENNIFER HARDISON shared this photo of a hummingbird seeking out nectar. more

Highway 64 in Polk County was closed early Monday morning after a rock slide took place at mile marker 11, near Ocoee Lake No. 3. The incident occurred at approximately 6:30 a.m.

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