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Beginning in February, the Boy Scouts of America began accepting girls in the Scouting program for older Scouts. This resulted in the renaming to Scouts BSA to create a more inclusive program to allow older girls to participate. The Cherokee Area Council President Jay Elliott said noted the excitement to have the girls join the local programs. He called it a “win-win for everyone involved.” The leaders for Troop 1010 Scouts BSA are, from left, Cooper Hill, Jenniffer Frazier, Shannon Ward, Dr. Cecil Stanbery, Haley Heier and Hank Smith. more
Church members in South Cleveland neighborhoods have scheduled a special program and presentation this weekend to commemorate Black History Month.A committee was selected to handle the planning for … more
Christopher Janetzko, formerly a United Way AmeriCorps VISTA, has been named executive director of CASA of Bradley and Polk counties. He started working initially with CASA – which stands for … more
 Henrique Grabowski, a Rotary Club of Cleveland-sponsored exchange student, spoke about his experience studying and living in the United States during the club’s weekly luncheon held Tuesday … more
While drainage and erosion were the main topics at the Bradley County Commission’s Road Committee meeting Monday, those issues also seeped into discussion at the county commission’s work session. more
The Bradley County Commission heard an update on the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway during its work session Monday, including plans to expand the popular recreation spot. more
School traffic congestion, streets, and garbage pickup issues took up a majority of discussion time at Tuesday evening's Charleston City Commission meeting at the municipal building.Mayor Walter … more
A Bradley County man was arrested last month in connection with a sting operation conducted by the Meigs County Sheriff’s Office.According to the Meigs County Sheriff's Office, Raymond Frederick, … more
The Bradley County Commission plans to reach out to local legislators to bring awareness and possible change to an issue costing the county thousands of dollars each year. more

Although his most recent re-election to office was only four months ago, Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis apparently felt the need to silence what he described as “a lot of talk and questions” regarding his retirement. Davis shared a written statement with members of the Bradley County Commission during Monday night’s voting session, denying his intent to retire and reiterating his appreciation for his job.

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