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The BSA Cherokee Area Council hosted its 40th Great Hiwassee River Raft Race on Aug. 25.  Twenty-five troops participated with 325 Boy Scouts and went down the Hiwassee on 57 rafts they built. … more
The 2018 Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls shoe drive in partnership with Moody 88.9 FM radio has beaten the previous year’s record for the number of pairs of shoes donated. Shoes, socks and … more
Tennova-Cleveland unveiled its robotic-assisted technology for joint replacement system Thursday, making Tennova the only healthcare provider in the region to offer the cutting-edge medical … more
A donation drive has been established for the widow and children of a former Cleveland man who was killed in a skydiving plane crash last week in Georgia.The man, Justin Duff, 39, died along with … more

Top vote-getters in the Aug. 2 Bradley County General Election will be officially sworn into office over the next few days, starting on Saturday with Sheriff-elect Steve Lawson and staffers of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. 

GEORGETOWN — Officials from the Tennessee Valley Authority held an information session Thursday in southern Meigs County to answer questions from local residents on proposed upgrades to its … more
City Fields held an open house Monday to showcase a house the organization has renovated in Cleveland’s Blythe Oldfield neighborhood.The house, located at 1203 Blythe Ave., is the second of five … more
Logan-Thompson, P.C., a Cleveland law firm, recently made a $3,000 donation to support the work of Solomon Family Solutions. “Solomon Family Solutions has been a great asset to the … more

More information is needed in considering renewal of a contract with a company that does billing for Bradley County Emergency Medical Services. 


Bradley County officials took a closer look Wednesday at a gated county road that has been mentioned for future development. 

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