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The Westside and Oak Grove Ruritan Clubs are partnering to sponsor a pancake breakfast Saturday, 8 to 10 a.m., at Jenkins Deli. The proceeds will benefit the Bradley County YMCA Community Action (YCAP) program., an organization specializing in helping at-risk youth. Tickets will be available from club members, Smalley's Shoe Repair or at the door. ——— more
A man was arrested Wednesday after leading law enforcement on a car chase that crossed the state line into Georgia.According to Bradley County public information officer Adam Lewis, the suspect, … more

Bradley County has taken a step toward making it easier for broadband internet expansion projects to take place here.

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Bradley County government employees won’t see a change in their health insurance coverage – or a price increase – based on a recommendation from Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis.

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A Nashville-based company that purchased the site of the former Kmart at Bradley Square Mall announced Wednesday lease signings with five retailers that will occupy its planned shopping center set to … more
Family Promise of Bradley County has served 179 people – 106 of those children under the age of 18 – since opening its doors in 2011. more
Feel like enjoying a little walk on the wild side? What about having a baby goat walk on your back? A  new fitness program sweeping the nation, goat yoga, is returning to Bradley County on … more
KEISHA BAKER shared this rain-dropped flower bloom photo. more
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