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The Bradley County Health Department inspects restaurants and grades the businesses on a 100-point scale. Priority violations require correction measures immediately; if not possible, then the … more
Progress continues at Black Fox and North Lee Elementary schools as the Bradley County Board of Education works to add four new classrooms to each school. The additions are an effort to … more
Despite Bradley County taking the appropriate steps to address theft by a former employee six years ago, the county still appears on a state list of uncollected, misused, misappropriated or stolen funds. more

A Bradley County man is questioning the origin of foul odors emanating from the Bradley County Landfill.

Elmer Earls, who owns property on the south side of the landfill, told the Bradley County Commission Monday about the “stench” that occasionally hangs in the air. 

The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint in Polk County at Sloans Gap at Old Federal on Dec. 31, beginning at 9 p.m. The checkpoint is contingent on manpower and … more
Cleveland and Bradley County residents opened their hearts, as well as their wallets, to raise more than $106,000 to purchase gifts to fill empty stockings for more than 1 ,000 local children in … more
Cleveland and Bradley County residents turned out in damp and threatening weather Saturday morning to pay tribute to the community's deceased veterans.Some sunlight broke through a scattering of … more
The spirit of Christmas radiated from volunteers on Saturday morning at Tri-State Warehouse as Cleveland community members distributed 648 boxes of food to needy families from the area fulfilling the … more
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