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The White County Board of Commissioners is ready to present another look at a land use plan for the county and wants the public to come review it and provide input.
The City of Cleveland could decide soon to have a referendum on the sale of liquor by the drink, if the support for the idea shown Thursday night at a public hearing is any indication.
Two state parks in northeast Georgia are getting a major facelift as a result of an allocation of state funds and a grant.
The City of Cleveland has finalized a date for a public hearing to discuss the sale of distilled spirits, or liquor by the drink by food establishments within the city.
It was a wild start to the weekend for White County fire, law enforcement and medical personnel.
White County Animal Control officials report another rabies case in the county.
Cleveland police and fire officials suspect someone set three separate grass fires in the city Thursday morning.
This week's snow storm has impacted numerous operations in the area, including the White County Food Pantry.
White County, Cleveland, and White County School System officials met Monday morning at the county Emergency Operations Center situation room to get the latest weather update from the National Weather Service and to plan for the weather events for the few days.
White County has another confirmed case of rabies
United Way of White County has presented funding to area agencies that serve the county.
White County officials say a suspect who ran from an officer when he tried to make a traffic stop is still at large.
The White County Sheriff's Office has released some information about a single-vehicle accident that occurred Thursday north of Helen.
The rumbles and grumbles about the handling of last week's snow and ice storm in Atlanta continue, but in White County things seem to have gone smoothly.
CLEVELAND - A child was taken by ambulance for treatment after a utility vehicle wreck in White County Wednesday afternoon.
Some school systems in north Georgia implemented a two-hour delay in starting classes Friday morning due to the dangerously cold temperatures.
The White County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has approved a new president for the organization.
The White County Board of Commissioners paid special recognition to Cleveland resident Betty Highsmith this week for her contribution to the community and education field.
The White County Sheriff’s office has been recognized for achieving state certification, a lengthy process that few sheriff's departments have completed.
No one was hurt as a result of a vehicle fire that shut down a busy state highway north of Helen Sunday afternoon.
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