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Kevin Brooks will be the first new mayor of Cleveland in 27 years.In a resounding victory Thursday night, the 12-year state legislator outdistanced his determined opponent — former educator Duane … more
Long-serving Mayor Walter Goode continues his election success "for Charleston."The leader of the small, north Bradley County municipality survived a challenge from two contenders Thursday for the … more
Educator Kevin Raper on Thursday night claimed the District 7 Seat A post on the Bradley County Commission with a landslide win over Tammy Davis, a young Democrat seeking to become the third female … more
Kevin Brooks will be the first new mayor of Cleveland in 27 years.In a resounding victory, state Rep. Brooks trounced his opponent, former educator Duane Schriver, Thursday night in an election to … more
Local 1676 UAW Retirees will meet Wednesday, noon, at  Michigan Avenue Baptist Church.———The next bi-monthly meeting of the Bradley Memorial Hospital Retirees  and former employees … more
Cleveland State Community College is one of four Tennessee community colleges each receiving a $250,000 state grant to help high school students earn two-year degrees in the field of … more
Election Day is underway in Bradley County, with polling precincts open until 8 p.m. more

Three of the four men arrested last week in connection to a drive-by shooting have been released on bail, while a fourth man remains in custody facing a violation of probation charge.

More than $136,000 has been presented to three local organizations, following a spring fundraiser organized by Women United, a group that is part of the United Way of the Ocoee Region. “An Evening Along the River’s Edge” was held in March at Hiwassee River Wedding and Events in Delano. more
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