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The 43rd annual Matt Ellis and Lynn Gobble BBQ preparation is underway. The barbecue fundraiser is planning for both lunch and dinner on Friday. more
Project: Free2Fly, an organization which provides job training and other help for women in need, is getting ready to host its biggest fundraiser of the year. The fifth annual “Bird & … more
Although a catastrophic explosion at Wacker Polysilicon’s Charleston plant resulted in shutting down operations for several months, company leaders lost no time embarking on a continuous … more

The illegal dumping of tires was again a topic of conversation for the Bradley County Commission Monday night.

When Gideon Anderson realized his bicycle had been stolen Tuesday, the youngster sought help from the closest source: Deputy Eduardo Choate with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. more
"Music Under the Stars" is bringing its final installment Sunday at the Museum Center at Five Points on Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. Shane Morrow, visionary and founder of Chattanooga’s Jazzanooga, … more
A local man who took the initiative to gather names for a petition resulting in the package store referendum on the Nov. 6 ballot is also the driving force behind VoteYes4Cleveland. The campaign has been using social media, telephone calls, mailed postcards, radio ads, yard signs and other means to encourage voters to support allowing package stores to open in Cleveland. more
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Cleveland Councilman At-Large Avery Johnson was unanimously re-appointed vice mayor Monday by the Cleveland City Council, for another two-year term.It was also his birthday.He was nominated by … more
Both the Cleveland City Council and Bradley County Commission discussed an overdue utility bill related to the Bradley-Cleveland Senior Center, with both boards approaching the issue from their … more
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