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Cleveland Utilities officially dedicated its new call center Friday saying it has already made a positive difference in serving its many customers. more
Cleveland's City Council took steps to annex a trio of Bradley County parcels Monday, and also entered into a discussion with planners of an April festival expected to bring thousands to the … more
The Bradley County Commission is taking a stand against what local officials refer to as a “silly” and “unnecessary” proposed state law. more
A free HIV/Hepatitis C Testing Day and Education HIV and substance abuse workshop will be offered Feb. 24, 1 to 4 .m., at Speak Recovery at the Speak Up Club, 315 Grady Road in Etowah. more
Bradley County Schools officials are still considering how they will respond to a controversy over a Christian prayer being broadcast at a local school football game. Director of Schools Dr. … more
The Bradley Central  and Walker Valley high school health science programs recently got something many colleges and universities do not even have. Thanks to the $4.5 million federal Youth … more
Cleveland's Regional Jetport, opened for service and replacing the community's old Hardwick Field in 2013, has enjoyed phenomenal success and  growth during its first five years.That growth is … more
Wacker-Charleston has a new tool to educate the public about safety and the chemicals it uses as part of its manufacturing process. more
The Board of Directors of the Tennessee Christian Preparatory School have chosen Dr. Jimmy Harper as the new president of the school. more
Miss Tennessee Caty Davis visited Ocoee Middle School on Monday to talk to students about substance abuse and how her family has been affected by addiction. During school assemblies held … more
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