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The Cleveland Orchestra of Tennessee has a new chorus master — Terry Sanford. Sanford earned a bachelor's degree in music education and a master's degree in music theory from the University of Montevallo. For a number of years, he was an award-winning choral director in the public-school arena and after leaving the classroom has had a successful avocation as a sought-after musical director in musical theater in East Tennessee and North Georgia. He is budget manager for the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga. more
The 100 Black Men of Bradley County Inc. organization, under new President Ralph White and immediate-past President Jonathan Porter, are attempting to involve mentees and parents in more of the … more
A Decatur woman who was paroled in 2016 after receiving a 10-year sentence in connection with a drunk driving incident that resulted in the death of a Cleveland man in 2010, has been arrested again … more

A new multi-purpose vehicle for Bradley County Fire-Rescue will be paid for by the sale of vehicles and equipment in the department’s fleet.

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Bradley County Commission meetings may move a bit more quickly if that board adopts a recommendation from its Procedure Ad Hoc Committee. more
Charleston-area manufacturers held a “Good Neighbor Night” at Charleston Elementary School on Tuesday, in an effort to reach out to local residents.Billed as an opportunity for “parents, … more
Two of the remaining buildings at the old Lake Forest Middle School complex have been earmarked for demolition, while the third remaining building is closer to possibly becoming a records storage and training facility. more
The trial of Christopher K. Hinds, the man charged in the beating of a Bradley County man, is underway.The incident, which took place in 2016, involved the beating of James Russell, who is Native … more
The Bradley County Commission got a refresher course in the county’s contract process during Monday’s work session. more
Due to the increase in national issues concerning the First Amendment, Southern Heritage Bank partnered with the prayer group Cleveland Net to provide a free “Lunch and Learn” called Marketplace … more
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