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On Saturday, Nov. 11, brothers Mark Williams and Denny Williams participated in The Chickamauga Battlefield 1/2 Marathon. Mark Williams, 62, won first place in his age group a respectable finish of 1:53.  Denny Williams, 63, finished in his age group at 16th with a time of 2:44.  This was Denny's first 1/2 marathon at age 63! "A bucket list item" of his. more
School was suspended toward the end of the day Friday after a suspicious package was found in a Polk County High School bathroom.Authorities determined the package — a cardboard box taped up with … more
MEMPHIS – First Tennessee Bank, the regional bank of First Horizon National Corp., is adding a new set of resources to more comprehensively serve their business owner clients, by partnering … more
Chattanooga State Community College has been approved as the first Designated Testing Organization for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Personal Certification.This designation is for the … more
Women United, a group for women affiliated with United Way of the Ocoee Region, has made a $1,000 donation to a local nonprofit, The Caring Place. The Caring Place Executive Director Dr. Randy … more
The Bradley County Democratic Party will hold its general meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, at the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library. The topic up for discussion is "Persuasive Conversation." more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list include individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include … more
CLEVELAND CIVITAN was honored to have Vietnam U.S. Army veteran LaVoy Jones as the speaker at the noon meeting on Nov. 8.  Jones is the most decorated veteran in Bradley County including the Bronze Star for valor, Purple Heart, Combat Medic Badge, and Army Commendation Medal for making 115 airdrops over incoming fire in Vietnam.  He was very engaging as he told about his  experiences during this serious time in history.  The club also recognized members, Jim Edgemon and Phil Brown, for their service to our county. From left are guest Vveteran Claude Hardison, Civitans Diana Jackson, Beth Woodard and Lindsay Hathcock, Mr.and Mrs. LaVoy Jones, and Civitans Phil Brown, JoAn Brown, and Linda Wheeler more
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