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A capacity crowd filled the meeting room where the Bradley County Commission held a public hearing on a proposed property tax increase. More than a dozen people spoke during the public hearing to share their opinions and concerns. Some expressed support of what the tax increase would buy for Bradley County, while others opposed an increase for the additional burden it will place on taxpayers. more
The latest proposal for Bradley County’s 2019-20 budget cuts approximately 5 cents from the proposed property tax increase, removing funding earmarked for the Partnerships in Industry & Education Center, or PIE Center, from the county’s general fund. more
The Cleveland City Council on Monday will take a first step in its goal to provide free internet access to the downtown area when it votes to appoint local technology business owner Jeff Cocks as the … more
For the past several meetings of the Bradley County Commission, residents have been sharing their opinions about a proposed property tax increase. Today, the public will have two more opportunities to comment. more
Legal Aid of East Tennessee (LAET) has announced that it has been awarded a grant from the Tennessee Legal Initiatives Fund (TLIF) to establish a Mental Health Law Partnership (MHLP) … more
BRIANNA MIKEL holds one of her “homegrown sweet peppers in a beautiful sunset.” more
BERT CARRUTHERS shared these photos of a male and female, red-bellied woodpecker. He noted the male has an “all red head,” while the female’s head has “part gray and part red” head. He said … more
Electric Camp 2019     While 4-H traditionally provides opportunities in areas such as livestock, sewing, cooking, and what used to be considered the home economics, there are … more
Join hundreds of local business, civic and community leaders for the 2019 PrimeTime Business EXPO, on Saturday, Aug. 3, at Bradley Square Mall, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  more
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