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The Bradley County Relay for Life received a $2,000 donation from the oddest source — a Col. Harlan Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken lookalike. more
Leaders with  Bradley County Schools announced Wednesday afternoon that all schools will be closed this Thursday and Friday. This followed an announcement that all the county schools would … more
George Gray, Stephanie Creagan, Scott Osborne, Chris Dasher, and Megan Leigh, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Autumn Semak, who turns 10 ... Emma Moore, LeAnne … more
The case of the state of Tennessee v. Thomas Eric Watson is closed.After more than two years of allegations, charges and investigations, the sheriff of Bradley County saw 12 felony counts of using … more
Bradley County Sheriff Eric Watson, calling himself the “most thoroughly vetted sheriff” in the county’s history, delivered a statement of gratitude, humor and heart during his press conference … more
The Chattanooga Better Business Bureau, serving Southeast Tennessee and Northwest Georgia, formally opened a new branch office in Cleveland.Representatives and ambassadors from the Cleveland/Bradley … more
The Bradley County Health Department inspects restaurants and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale, with scores below 70 requiring corrective action. Restaurants are reinspected if they fail to meet critical standards. more
Mitten Tree donation’s help local school children more
Wayne Henry is seeking re-election for a third term as the Bradley County 4th District constable. more
Debbie Moore, president of the Trail of Tears Association, will be speaking about the Trail of Tears … more
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