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Twenty-one months after a devastating fire, the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce has returned to their home on 13 North Jackson Street in Downtown Athens. The Chamber of Commerce had been operating out of the McMinn County Courthouse since the fire on July 1, 2017. Now t the Chamber has been restored and is operating once again out of its former location, President and Chief Executive Officer Rob Preston commented on how it feels to be home. “It’s a great feeling to be back. We are the welcome center of Athens and we need a presence. Our new office is fresh and clean and very inviting.” more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office arrested an Old Fort man who allegedly burgled tools and equipment from a vehicle owned by a Bucks Pocket community resident.The items were valued at $2,500. The … more
Construction on Cleveland City Schools’ newest school, Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary, is still ongoing, despite what had been an April 19 deadline. Brian Templeton of Upland Design … more
Bright sunshine and a welcome breeze offered the backdrop for Tuesday’s Arbor Day Celebration at Tinsley Park. more
Two budgets within the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office were discussed as part of a budget hearing Tuesday. The Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee held hearings for the sheriff’s department budget and the jail’s budget, as well as the Bradley County Parks and Recreation Department and the Cleveland/Bradley County Public Library. more
Shelley Higgins, an eighth-grade social studies teacher at Cleveland Middle School, recently continued to fulfill a childhood dream, competing in the 122nd Boston Marathon earlier this … more
Four departments were brought before the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee Tuesday for hearings held as part of the 2019-20 fiscal year budget process. more
High school seniors throughout Cleveland and Bradley County are counting down the days until their high school graduations this month. Four county schools and one city school are planning … more

The Partnerships in Industry & Education Center, or PIE Center, was the main topic of discussion Monday for both the Bradley County Commission and its Education Committee.

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