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The victim of the home invasion and hostage situation last week spoke for the first time publicly about her fear during the incident at her Royal Oaks Subdivision residence.Virginia Evans Chism … more
Taylor Spring Park is a step closer to reality.The Bradley County Commission Finance Committee approved by a 4-1 vote sending a resolution committing the county to $100,000 over the next four years … more
The Tennessee Office of the Comptroller of the Treasury has given the Bradley County Sheriff's Office its fourth straight audit with no findings or violations reported.The report covered the period … more
Employees at the Whirlpool Cleveland Customer eXperience Center recently rallied together to spread some holiday cheer to U.S. military personnel and veterans here and abroad. Leaders with the … more
The Bradley County Commission voted 11-2 Monday to reimburse a local contractor part of the money he said he was ordered to spend on a subdivision which he claims was unnecessary.Chairman Louie … more
The Bradley County Commission has unanimously approved a resolution to borrow up to $3,835,399 to fund the county’s energy-saving renovations and purchase new lights for the county’s softball … more
Five days remain for Bradley County taxpayers who want to sign up for the partial payment program offered through the Trustee’s Office; at least, for the current calendar year.A second enrollment … more
Olin Chlor Alkali Products and Vinyls in Charleston has been chosen to receive the Volunteer STAR Award. The award name stands for Safety Through Accountability and Recognition.The announcement … more
Kersten Fowler may be the youngest deputy with the Bradley County Sheriff's Office, and admittedly the smallest deputy, but don't think that she is unable to do her job.Fowler, 21, says that she is … more
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