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Patricia Ann Carpenter, 71, of Ringgold, Ga., died on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019, at her home. more
Patricia Anne Clifton, 72, a resident of Cleveland, passed away on Friday, Sept. 14, 2019, in an Ooltewah health care facility. more
William (Bill) Joseph Fabiani Sr., passed away peacefully on Thursday,  Sept. 12, 2019, in the Chattanooga Hospice care facility, with his two grandsons, Jason and Michael Mabe, by his side. more
When the Partnerships in Industry & Education Center opens in 2021, the on-the-job-training academy will be a model for the nation.But more importantly, it will be a unique learning experience … more
An East Ridge man was arrested Tuesday by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office for his alleged involvement in 39 vehicle burglaries that occurred in the Tasso Community in Bradley County. more
The strategic planning community meetings of Cleveland City Schools continued to be poorly attended Thursday evening at Cleveland High School.Director of Schools Dr. Russell Dyer joked that … more
While planning for the construction of the Partnerships in Industry and Education Innovation Center, or PIE Center, is underway, Bradley County Schools is going to be renting out some of its space to … more
Several manufacturers in Charleston attended “Good Neighbor Night” Thursday at Walker Valley County High School to meet and greet local residents.Wacker Polysilicon Communications and Executive … more
The Bradley County Board of Education has elected its officers for the 2019-20 year in a series of votes Thursday night. Troy Weathers, board member for the 4th District, has been re-elected as … more
Vera L. Green, 90, of Cleveland, died on Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, in a local healthcare facility.  more
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