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Cleveland/Bradley Keep America Beautiful is planning an adults-only Halloween party to raise money for its educational programs for children. The organization is planning its first “Monster … more
Shannon Clark of the Trousdale School was the guest speaker for the Civitan Club meeting Wednesday. She discussed the history and the new expansion plans for the school.  It currently has 26 … more
Local faith communities have a valuable role to play in helping people struggling with addiction find help and hope for their futures. That was the message of “Restoration and Recovery: Faith … more
Veterans Day 2018 is only two days away, and Cleveland and Bradley County veterans and veteran organizations are looking to Saturday's 11 a.m. Veterans Day program.The keynote speaker for this year's … more
From Staff ReportsIn the wake of the tragic Nov. 5 shootings that left 26 parishioners dead in the First Baptist Church in rural Sutherland Springs, Texas, the … more
Unconstitutional, vaguely written statutes. Charges that are not part of the original presentments.Those are the arguments given for the latest motion in the case of Bradley County Sheriff Eric … more
The Bridge, an organization dedicated to communicating the dangers of drugs, is making some of its first visits to local schools this year. Scott Elam, board president, and Reba Terry, executive … more
Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis wants county employees to be clear — they are not having to pay for their insurance coverage “for as long as I hold the office.”Davis contacted the Cleveland … more
So many  people attended the church security and safety training presentation last Thursday that an additional training session has been scheduled for Tuesday at 6:30 p.m at the Bradley County … more
State Rep. Dan Howell (R-Georgetown) said Tuesday the removal of monuments and statues would be erasing the lessons learned of history. Howell made his comments on the recent national debate … more
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