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Northeast Georgia residents are scheduled to join a worldwide protest march this Saturday in Cleveland.
The City of Cleveland opened bids Monday for a major sewer improvement project for the south side of the city.
A White County couple was recognized Monday night for their dedication and community service.
A rural mail carrier was injured Monday when the delivery vehicle he was using overturned in White County.
Few details are available about the crash of a small airplane at the White County Airport south of Cleveland Saturday.
A Dawson County educator has been named the new principal of White County Middle School.
White County firefighters responded to a residential fire on Westmoreland Meadows Drive south of Cleveland Friday morning.
Authorities have made two arrests in connection with the death of a Helen man.
Officials with the Enotah Judicial Circuit and White, Lumpkin, Towns and Union counties tackled the circuit's budget Thursday night.
White County officials held an open house and ribbon cutting for the newly expanded White County Senior Center Sunday afternoon.
The White County Board of Commissioners say they are not going to let a shortfall of over a hundred thousand dollars in Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) revenue they are due from the state go by without a fight.
Cleveland Police Chief John Foster reports an arrest in connection with a purse snatching incident in the city of Cleveland Sunday night.
A Cleveland man has become the first Northeast Georgia Medical Center (NGMC) patient to ever undergo a robotic surgical procedure to remove a kidney and the ureter, the tube that leads to the bladder.
A 5-year-old Cleveland girl suffered burns on her arm and hands when she fell in a burn pit at her home Wednesday night.
The White County Commission has been asked to look at a plan that calls for putting paid fire personnel at some county fire stations during daytime hours.
The White County Board of Commissioners was split in its vote Monday night to approve an Enotah Judicial Circuit Public Defenderís office 2013 indigent service budget agreement.
A 45-year old Cleveland man has died of injuries he suffered in a tree cutting accident in White County Friday.
White County School System is losing two key administrators, both moving on to different courses in life.
White County commissioners and county employees will have to make some decisions as a result of the so called Obamacare legislation.
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