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The nonprofit organization Tennessee Health Care Campaign will be at Cleveland State Community College's Career/Education Building, Room 109, Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m., to answer questions about the Affordable Care Act.
The Bradley County Commission furthered its discussion on ongoing renovations to Lake Forest Middle School at its work session Monday.
LUKE GOINS stands with Scott Taylor of Bank of Cleveland, and sets the annual Christmas display in motion.
An animal control ad hoc committee of the Bradley County Commission has recommended that the full commission approve a contract with the SPCA to operate an animal care facility for the county.
Bradley County Sheriff's Office Traffic investigators are in charge of an investigation after a Bradley County school bus collided with another vehicle.
Many-Bears Grinder probably spends more time patiently, and graciously, explaining the origin of her name than the state commissioner's busy Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs calendar actually allows.
A man who was shot during an apparent robbery at the Highway 58 Bi-Lo parking lot on Wednesday has been taken into custody.
UTC Police officers apprehended one suspect and they are seeking a second suspect in relation to an armed robbery which was reported on campus earlier Monday.
Each of the seven districts has two seats. Under the current set-up, the highest two vote-getters for each district are elected.
The Bradley County Trustee's Office has begun its latest period of open enrollment for its monthly payment program and its tax relief and tax freeze programs.
A Holiday Market will be Saturday from 110 a.m.-4 p.m. at Country Inn and Suites at Hamilton Place.
Barrett Painter officially announces his intention today to run for General Session Judge Division 2 of Bradley County.
Brenda Freeman Short swore in Bradley County officers at the recent meeting. From left are Short, Vickie Morgan, Linda Patrick, Gloria Smiddy, Pat Minor and Jan Cheek.
The City With Spirit's goodwill and holiday cheer will burn brightly during People for Care and Learning's "Buy a Tree, Change a Life" Christmas tree sale through Dec. 12. Executive Director Fred Garmon said two donors, who wish to remain anonymous, have purchased trees for families in need who may otherwise not have a live Christmas tree.