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Fourteen veterans and servicemen gathered together recently for the fifth Enterprise South Nature Park Wounded Warrior Hunt, at Enterprise South in north Hamilton County.Participants from … more
Add to Saturday’s stacked community menu of apples, college football and autumn air a healthy dose of disease prevention.The latter refers to the 11 a.m. start of the 11th annual Walk of Life … more
Members of the County Commission visited the Bradley County Sheriff's Office garage facility Thursday, to review for themselves a series of vehicles the department want to put up for auction.The tour … more
Tenth District Criminal Court Judge Judge Sandra Donaghy said Bradley and the surrounding district counties appear to be in line to have a veterans court.Donaghy made her comments during an address … more
Women United, a women’s group affiliated with the United Way of the Ocoee Region, recently donated $5,000 to the Harbor Safe House, a local shelter for women and children affected by domestic … more
Put on your best costume and get ready for the Mainstreet Cleveland 30th annual downtown Halloween Block Party on Tuesday, Oct. 31, beginning at 5 p.m.The annual Costume Contest is a big attraction … more
Domestic violence survivor Kelly Wells shared her story with the United Way of the Ocoee Region’s Women United group during its Brunch & Bubbly fundraiser Thursday. Though she said her … more
A Cleveland man was charged this week with two counts of rape of a child.Dustin L. Moses, 25, of a Georgetown Road address, is accused of the rape of a 7-year-old child which was reported on … more
Polk County's elected officials held their October meeting Thursday evening at the Copper Basin Community Center. They acted on some routine items, and discussed a couple of major concerns.Perhaps … more
Sharp Davis and Medlin crowned Dorm Wars 2017 Champions more
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