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Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church’s Sack Pack program recently received $5,250 in grants to help address the problem of child hunger in the community. Church leaders say they are … more

More information is needed in considering renewal of a contract with a company that does billing for Bradley County Emergency Medical Services. 

A Cleveland man arrested for killing his reported drug dealer said during a preliminary hearing in Chattanooga that he acted in self-defense.The claim was made during a hearing Tuesday in the … more
Ocoee Middle School recently held a series of anti-bullying assemblies which stressed the importance of students being kind to one another. A “Colts Care Rally” was held for each grade at … more
Olin Corporation and the Salvation Army will be shipping out more than 16,000 gallons of bleach to the Carolinas to help those still recovering from Hurricane Florence, just after another hurricane … more

Bradley County officials took a closer look Wednesday at a gated county road that has been mentioned for future development. 


For the first time in 10 years, the Bradley County Commission has a new chairman, District 3 Commissioner Johnny Mull. He was elected Tuesday night in a unanimous vote during the Commission meeting. 

Chattanooga — Beneath a hot, cloudless September sky – following a weekend of rain from the outstretched arms of Hurricane Florence – Mark Hollins and Arthur Hall hooked their white … more
The Disabled American Veterans  group is hosting its final car show of the year on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in a massive, all-day show at Bradley Square Mall. The event is the … more
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