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Despite the Confederacy being soundly defeated in the Amercian Civil War, two speakers who addressed students at the Lee University-sponsored “Confederate Symbols: History and Perception” lecture … more

Bradley County is looking at a million dollars in savings, based on county commissioners' approval of a resolution authorizing the issuance of general obligation refunding bonds.

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The Polk County Board of Education is taking progressive steps toward addressing what they see as a major need in the county, the replacement of one or two antiquated schools in Benton.The Polk … more
MainStreet Cleveland’s upcoming downtown redevelopment master plan rethinks Cleveland’s historic downtown, according to … more
The Bradley County Election Commission is including funding requests for new technology in its 2019-2020 budget request. more
High school civics, student safety, a change in the court appeals process and elder abuse took many of the headlines in last week’s work of the Tennessee General Assembly, but the hottest button … more

Unlike the prophetic lyrics of that old Blood, Sweat and Tears tune from 1968 — “what goes up must come down” — Bradley County’s unemployment rate in January did just the opposite. What went down in December to a jaw-dropping 2.9 percent, went back up a month later to 3.7.

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Representatives of the United Way of the Ocoee Region’s Homeless Coalition say homelessness is a complex issue that will not go away without a great deal of help from the community. 

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The Bradley County Commission will consider a pair of resolutions and a committee recommendation during today’s voting session. more
At the Chattanooga Area Food Bank (Food Bank) warehouse, Food City made a gift of $146,910 to the Food Bank and area hunger relief organizations. A team of local Food City store managers, led by … more
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