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Isaiah 117 House, an organization that provides a colorful, warm and fun location for foster kids to await placement, is having an expansion committee meeting this Friday, April 26, at noon, in the … more
In a campaign to preserve Bradley County history by memorializing past government officials, Trustee Mike Smith is embarking on a project that — in order to succeed — will need the community’s … more

Mark Frizzell, director of Bachman Foundation, recently shared how monies from the sale of a former private school in Bradley County have continued to help the community. 

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The Bachman Foundation distributed $22,225 during its fourth quarter awards presentation held recently at the foundation office.The foundation has awarded $115,365 during its first year of … more
No ... new ... taxes.The Cleveland City Council passed on first reading a balanced budget for fiscal year 2020, which will keep property taxes at their current level.The vote took place during the … more
City Manager Joe Fivas told the Cleveland City Council that efforts are underway to secure a multimillion dollar grant to fund improvements to the Inman Street corridor.“We are working on a build … more
The Cleveland City Council unanimously approved a motion to consider allowing approved liquor store applicants the opportunity to transfer the locations of their proposed package stores to other … more
A Community Sunrise Service will be held Sunday, 7 a.m., at Calhoun Cemetery Gazebo. ——— more
Those who have prescription drugs they no longer need are being urged to take advantage of the DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day event being sponsored by ATS The Bridge and local law … more
Bradley County’s leaders should soon have cost estimates in hand as they consider proposed expansions at Black Fox and North Lee elementary schools. more
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