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As spring slowly turns toward summer, restoration work on the Bradley County Courthouse continues.

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Debo was surrendered to the SPCA of Bradley County on May 8, through no fault of his own. He is almost a year and a half old, and weighs about 38 pounds. This young guy is full of spunk and is looking for a family to go on adventures with him. If you’re interested in meeting or have any questions about Debo, come to the SPCA of Bradley County, or call 423-790-1915. more
The Bradley Cleveland Public Education Foundation highlighted its work over the past year during its annual “Gifts, Grants and Gratitude” luncheon on Friday.  … more

A request for $250,000 in funding to address school safety issues has been forwarded to the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee for review. The request is for funding in addition to the $78.6 million Bradley County Schools 2018-19 fiscal year budget proposal.

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SUNDAY, MAY 13Rhee Epperson, Sandra Chastain, Jonathon Sivley, Heather Matthews, Patrick Abercrombie, Caitlyn Tarver, Nigel Newberry, Brian Conn and Chris … more
Monday's City Council will be dominated by a number of routine issues, resolutions and ordinances for this time of the year, nearing the end of the fiscal year.A majority of the items are being … more
Seth Woods, a U.S. Navy sailor from Cleveland who was recently reported missing in Singapore, has been found safe. Woods, an 18-year-old machinist's mate fireman aboard the USS Oklahoma City … more
The Bradley County Board of Education has OK'd the sale of the building currently housing GOAL Academy, the county school district's alternative school. During a recent voting session, the board … more
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