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“Freedom Week” for those who find themselves in violation of their probation responsibilities will begin Monday, Feb. 26 and run through Saturday, March 3. more
“It’s time to start putting one foot in front of the other,” City Manager Joe Fivas recently told members of the Taylor’s Spring Park Committee. more
The name "Winchester" is synonymous with one thing to most people: rifles. For those who know a bit more of the name’s history, ghosts are also something that should come to mind. The … more
Charlie Craige will lead revival Sunday, 2 p.m., and Monday, 7 p.m., at Freedom Worship Church. more
Erlanger Health System is seeking to build an $11.2 million satellite emergency center in Bradley County.The hospital filed a Certificate of Need on Wednesday with the Tennessee Health Services and … more
The Polk County Commission took some positive action related to the Copper Basin Medical Center Thursday evening at the Copper Basin Community Center, but it wasn't exactly what residents and former … more

Currently, there is no policy in place to allow Bradley County employees who have been issued service weapons to purchase those weapons when their employment ends. However, an ad hoc committee has begun to work on one. 

Cleveland State Community College athletics were well represented at Thursday's Cleveland Kiwanis Club luncheon at the Elks Lodge downtown.Athletic Director Mike Policastro was a guest, and brought … more
The Sunrise Rotary Club featured Lee University professor Dr. Luis Almeida as its keynote speaker Thursday morning as he discussed the encroaching dread of the “Human Robot Cycle.” Upon … more
Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland made public its plans to seek a Certificate of Need from the state to construct a freestanding emergency department. The plan was contained in part of a statement to the … more
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