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The number of shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child received at First Baptist Church continues to grow, with nearly 4,000 boxes of items for needy children already being donated.Christy Williams, … more
It's evident Bradley County's Emergency Medical Services cannot find adequate part-time help.The Bradley County Commission's Finance Committee, meeting in the Courthouse Annex Monday afternoon, … more
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Just as it was in many area homes Thanksgiving morning, so it was at the Salvation Army's location on Keith Street. The kitchen was crowded with spatulas and knives stirring and cutting, … more
First District Commissioner Terry Caywood announced Monday he will not seek a third term as a member of the Bradley County Commission.The former educator said he wanted to make his announcement … more
A six-hour standoff with a young couple barricaded in a home in Royal Oaks subdivision ended with the escape of an innocent homeowner, a blaze of tear gas, several charges and no injuries.Mark … more
Several families have already put up their decorations, some even before Thanksgiving, but to many, it is not time for lights and tinsel until the downtown Cleveland Christmas tree is lit.That will … more
Joe Wilson's last day as director of the Emergency 911 Center will be Dec. 29, and the 911 Board is now seeking a replacement for the man who has served as the only person to lead the center.The … more
Cleveland Lions Club members celebrated the group’s 88th anniversary this week, with special visits from the top two Lions in the district. Lions International District Gov. John Moon and … more
Bradley County Commissioner Dan Rawls wants an ad hoc committee to work on the issues which have recently surrounded the Wacker Polysilicon North America plant near Charleston. However, that … more
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