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Congratulations to Bradley Central High School's Jared Elrod for being named the Check Into Cash Player of the Week. The senior has played varsity basketball and tennis for the past four years … more
ATS The Bridge, a local nonprofit organization which raises awareness of the dangers of substance abuse, has partnered with Tennova Healthcare Cleveland to teach medical professionals about the … more
Numerous volunteers were on hand to serve clients of local nonprofit organization The Caring Place during its annual “Let Us Break Bread” banquet. The event, held Thursday evening on the … more
Kelby Fritts “had a day” with a homer and two doubles to lead Polk County over Copper Basin on the softball diamond.Fritts drove in a pair of runs in the 9-0 victory, while Sydney Beauman struck … more
Come out, come out, all Atlanta Braves fans! Leave all your worries behind.After great disappointment for quite a while now, which includes not one postseason series victory in the 21st century, … more

A proposed commercial tire shredding operation has been denied by the Bradley County Board of Zoning Appeals, to the relief of neighboring residents.


A Bradley County man has filed a $1.5 million lawsuit against Bradley County government and Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Carlton Walls and Bo Collins. Both deputies are being sued as individuals and in their official capacities.

Wacker Polysilicon North America plant leaders announced Thursday it has safely resumed operations for the production of polysilicon at the Charleston plant.Using a phase-in approach, Wacker has … more
Car theft suspect cuts Polk County deputy more
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