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Repairing maintenance concerns at the Bradley County Juvenile Detention Center could cost $50,613 for new flooring, toilets and showers. more
Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region is looking for local adults willing to help teach students business and entrepreneurship skills. Jennifer Pennell-Aslinger, president of the JA chapter, … more
The Cherokee Area Boy Scouts of America’s Ocoee District is holding its fourth annual Friends of Scouting Breakfast fundraiser on Thursday, Feb. 8, at First Baptist Church, to raise money to put … more
“It’s Quittin’ Time in Tennessee” was launched Thursday evening at The Church of God, Jerusalem Acres by the Bradley County Interagency Council and Bradley County Faith-based Recovery Initiative. more
“Hostiles,” the new Western film starring Christian Bale tells a tale of kinship, historical stereotypes and life as a soldier on the Western frontier through a perfectly portrayed lineup of … more
The Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration estimates abortion providers have received almost $1 million in taxpayer funding from 2012-17.That number did not sit will at all with state … more
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Classrooms in the Cleveland and Bradley County school systems are shut down today due to rising absenteeism rates among the student and staff populations.Additionally, city schools will be closed … more
A 37-year-old man was arrested and charged Thursday night with several felony charges, after a woman notified local law enforcement he had held a gun to her head at point-blank range. Wade … more
Cleveland radio personality Steve Hartline was the guest speaker at Thursday's Kiwanis Club luncheon at the downtown Elks Lodge.Hartline, the owner and manager of Radio Station WCLE, traded quips … more
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