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Although it may seem Commissioner Robert Rominger’s schedule will be a lot less demanding, now that he won’t be returning to his post at the Bradley County Commission, he plans to maintain a busy … more
Criminal Court Judge Sandra Donaghy was a recent guest of the Cleveland Kiwanis Club at the downtown Elks Lodge.Donaghy said she enjoys getting out to talk with people about the court system, and her … more

While most folks have a job, Vickie Towne’s vocation has been more of a calling. As Bradley County Juvenile Court director, Towne has combined her love of the legal field and her love of helping local youth into one role.

The city of Cleveland will host a series of charrettes this week that will focus on sharing ideas and developing plans to revitalize the city’s historic downtown.The charrettes, which are titled … more
The two United States Drug Enforcement Agency special agents who helped take down Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar said there exists a recording of a chilling phone conversation between the kingpin … more
A brand new recognition ceremony was held at the Museum Center at Five Points Saturday, which was applauded by all in attendance.Hats for Homage is an opportunity to recognized a number of … more
For the Tucker family, giving back to the community and youth is one of their biggest objectives in life.The fifth annual Back-2-School backpack giveaway had a significant impact on families and … more
The news Cleveland resident Rachel Goins received last April was the real-life manifestation of every mother’s worst nightmare. Her son, Mason Crisp, was dead. A law enforcement officer … more
A recent retirement reception and open house was held at the Appalachian Clinic on Spring Place Road for Dr. Bradley Huttenhoff. The popular animal-care facility has been operating, and growing, … more
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