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TUESDAY, MAY 15Jason Person, Glenda Scoggins, Melodie Moses, Samantha Oughtred, Kim Cranfield, Rick Igou, Patti Petitt, Corey Shugart and Wendell Defriece, who are … more
Grab your life vests and oars, because the Ocoee River is open for business! Various federal, state and local officials joined Ocoee River outfitters in a ceremonial ribbon cutting on Monday to not … more
There were a number of concerns discussed at Monday afternoon's Cleveland City Council meeting, but none bigger than downtown parking.City Manager Joe Fivas, downtown business owners, city staff, … more
Cleveland's City Council addressed issues of importance to the city Monday, including matters of restoration and recognition.Council members and city staff are eagerly awaiting the arrival of … more
Problems related to existing geothermal wells dominated the discussion during the Cleveland Board of Education Site Committee's meeting on Monday. Hal Taylor, director of operations for … more
The Cleveland City Council has approved a $10 million bond issue to finance construction of Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary School, which is currently under construction in north Cleveland. more

A move by Santek Waste Services to increase fees at the Bradley County Landfill garnered discussion during Monday’s Bradley County Commission work session. Santek manages the landfill for the county.

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The temporary location of the Bradley County Clerk’s Office is changing its hours while it resolves issues with air conditioning. The new hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. … more
Candidates in contested races of the May 1 Bradley County Primary Election took in approximately $130,000 in campaign contributions and spent that much for materials including advertising, signs, … more
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