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It is time once again time for the annual Easter events in the community, and there are two "cross walks" scheduled by local churches and their congregations this weekend. The feature event is … more
Polk County may become the first in Tennessee to become a self-declared gun sanctuary community.A resolution proposal is on Thursday evening's Polk County Commission agenda to adopt such legislation … more
Beginning late next year, if you do not already have a driver’s license with a star emblazoned in the upper right-hand corner, you will not be allowed to board a commercial flight in the United … more
Dr. William “Bill” Green, dean of the School of Music at Lee University, has learned over the years that the plans he composes are not always the ones which make it into the symphony of his … more
Four departments will be brought before the Bradley County Commission’s Finance Committee next week for hearings held as part of the 2019-20 fiscal year budget process. more
The future of old school buildings in Bradley County was among the topics discussed during the Bradley County Commission voting session Monday. Commissioners voted on how to proceed with restoring one building while demolishing others. more
Thunderstorms passing through east Tennessee Sunday appear to have spared the Cleveland-Bradley County area, resulting only in downed trees and isolated power outages.This weekend, the National … more
Ranging from grant applications to funding requests, multiple items will be up for vote by the Bradley County Commission Monday. The items are based on recommendations made during last week’s work session meeting. more

Mark Frizzell, director of Bachman Foundation, recently shared how monies from the sale of a former private school in Bradley County have continued to help the community. 

The replacement complex for tenants of the federal housing program at the historic Cherokee Hotel in downtown Cleveland (the Cleveland Summit Apartments), is preparing to get off the ground.A major … more
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