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Homecoming will be held Sunday, beginning at 11 a.m., at EastView Baptist Church on No Pone Road in Georgetown. Mercy’s Call will sing. Lunch will follow the service.

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“Rolling River Rampage” vacation Bible school will be held June 11 through15, 7 to 8:30 nightly, at EastView Baptist Church on No Pone Road in Georgetown.

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The Cherokee Hiking Club will meet at  6 tonight at Sugarloaf picnic area, downstream from TVA Dam No. 1 on U.S. 64. Nonmembers are welcome. Bring a … more
Red Clay State Historic Park is offer a range of special activities this weekend at the park on the southern border of Bradley County, according to John Radford, seasonal interpretive ranger. more
Holly York, Brent Runyon, Clint Presley, Courtney Pendergrass, Jim McMahon, Kathey Kramar, Fred Clinard, Caleb Disney, Cheri Ellis and Brian  Hicks, … more
(Editor’s Note: This is the second in a two-part series featuring a recent one-on-one interview with Bradley County Sheriff-Elect Steve Lawson. Today's installment focuses on Lawson's plan and vision for the sheriff's office.) more
Last weekend’s “Movies in the Park,” the second in a four-week series, brought out a huge crowd again, but there’s more to come this Saturday, organizers have announced.The Community … more
Demetrius Ramsey, director of the Bradley County Community Service Agency, was a visitor at Tuesday's Charleston City Commission — with concerns.He said he had something he feels needs to be … more
ATS The Bridge, an organization which raises awareness about the dangers of drug addiction, is teaming up with a local church to host two events highlighting this area’s opioid … more
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