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A storm with high winds and heavy rain swept through the Bradley County area between 2 and 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon, and was violent at times.One of the are hardest hit areas was  Southeast … more
Hydrogen is expected to play a major role in "Fueling for the Future," and thousands of gallons will be manufactured right here in Bradley County.In another huge step in the community's economic and … more

Concerned residents of the Old Parksville Road area near Benton Pike met with representatives of Ocoee Utility District and the developer of a proposed subdivision on Monday. The meeting at Kinser Church of God was facilitated by Bradley County Commissioners Charlotte Peak and Howard Thompson, who represent District 4. 

There was an open house Monday afternoon, the first of what City Fields hopes will be many more as its goal of restoring the Blythe-Oldfield neighborhood’s looks and its citizens’ spirits begins a new project. more

Work on the Bradley County Emergency Communications District’s backup 911 center is continuing. The 911 Board heard an update on the project during its meeting last week.


As spring slowly turns toward summer, restoration work on the Bradley County Courthouse continues.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY more
“The First Purge” was an action-packed flick that was a solid addition to the franchise, albeit incredibly, politically charged. For those who haven’t seen the other three “Purge” … more
Donna Simpson is running unopposed for the sixth time in a row as the Bradley County Clerk, effectively completing her 20th year in the position. “I started in this position in 1998, so … more
Debo was surrendered to the SPCA of Bradley County on May 8, through no fault of his own. He is almost a year and a half old, and weighs about 38 pounds. This young guy is full of spunk and is looking for a family to go on adventures with him. If you’re interested in meeting or have any questions about Debo, come to the SPCA of Bradley County, or call 423-790-1915. more
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