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idgewood Homeowners’ Association Luminary Committee Chair Deborah Flower, along with her neighbors, Will and Wes Kelly, are preparing to participate in the subdivision’s “Night of the Luminaries.” Every home will line its front curbs with the luminaries on Saturday, from 6 to 10 p.m. The public is welcome to drive through the approximately two-mile section of lighted roadway. Entrance to the Ridgewood Subdivision is located on Freewill Road. From Hopewell Elementary School, continue approximately one mile, turn right at the Ridgewood sign. Rain date is Dec. 17.

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James Williams, in back, poses with his family. From left are his wife, Christine Williams; Sean Williams; Quinlan Williams; and Aidan Williams.

From Cosplayer for cancer   |   12/13/17

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James Williams leads the way at a cosplay baseball event.

From Cosplayer for cancer   |   12/13/17

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James Williams displays his lightsaber, along with a stoic Jedi expression.

From Cosplayer for cancer   |   12/13/17

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James Williams speaks with a young fan at a cosplay event.

From Cosplayer for cancer   |   12/13/17

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The United Club had it monthly luncheon meeting on Nov. 28, at the Golden Corral restaurant. From left, front, are Martha Ledofrd, Opal Deverell and Shirley Shadden; and standing, club recorder Shawn Markie, hostess Martha Bostic, Pat Thompson, Charles Lupo and Bettie Marlowe.

From United Club has November meeting   |   12/13/17

Banner photo, BRIAN GRAVES

CLAY SMITH, center, a student at Michigan Avenue Elementary School, served as 'Fire Chief for a Day' with the Bradley County EMS. Standing with him are, from left, EMS Committee Chairman Commissioner Johnny Mull, EMS Director Shawn Fairbanks, Smith, and his parents, Rachelle and Spencer Smith.

Banner photo, BRIAN GRAVES

TVA Biologist Adam Datillo, left, talks with Bill Freeman of Etowah about the environmental impact of the new whitewater use agreement.

Banner photo, BRIAN GRAVES

KEITH JENKINS, vice president of the Ocoee Outfitters Association, talks with state Sen. Mike Bell during TVA's public forum on the new whitewater use agreement.

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

CITY OFFICIALS toured the construction site of Cleveland’s new elementary school Monday. In the back row, from left, are Cleveland Director of Schools Dr. Russell Dyer, Cleveland City Manager Joe Fivas, Cleveland Board of Education member Tom Cloud, school board member Charlie Cogdill, Cleveland City Council member Tom Cassada, school board member Steve Morgan and Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland. In front are school board members Krista McKay, Peggy Pesterfield, Dawn Robinson and Carolyn Ingram.

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WORKERS pour concrete on the construction site of the new Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary School on Monday.

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