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White County soon will have at least two paid firefighters on duty 24 hours a day.
One person was taken for treatment and White County fire investigators are probing an early-morning blaze that destroyed a residence Tuesday morning.
City officials in Cleveland are concerned about the reported increase in the utility relocation costs for phase II of the Cleveland Bypass.
The White County Board of Commissioners want to explore setting up 24-hour full time paid fire protection for the county.
The City of Cleveland wants to go after delinquent utility account customers. It was revealed at Monday's City Council meeting that there are $88,000 in overdue water and sewer service account charges.
For the second afternoon in a row, a medical helicopter was called to Cleveland to transport a patient to the hospital.
A White County man was transported by medical helicopter to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta after receiving burns over approximately 40 percent of his body Thursday afternoon.
White County fire officials are investigating the cause of a fire that occurred Friday night.
A 20-year-old man had to be rescued from the side of Yonah Mountain Sunday night.
It was an animal rescue rather than a human White County emergency personnel had to deal with Thursday afternoon at Dukes Creek Falls in the northern part of the county.
No one was hurt as a result of a fire in a motor home south of Cleveland Thursday morning.
Remarkably, no one was hurt in a two-vehicle accident in Cleveland Wednesday that sent one vehicle into a branch upside down.
The White County Board of Commissioners is looking for people who really care about their county and will step forward and accept a position on one of the county's volunteer boards.
The United States Supreme Court's decision this week in the Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores is good news for Americans' religious liberty and Truett-McConnell College, at least for now, according to Dr. Emir Caner, president of the school.
The drama between the White County Board of Commissioners and City of Cleveland over a one-way street and funding issue surrounding Freedom Park in downtown Cleveland could have finally reached a dead end.
The White County Commission Monday afternoon approved a county budget for fiscal year 2015 that will not require a millage rate increase.
A well-established Cleveland restaurant, Ma Gooch's, has changed its name to be more in line with the new menu items being offered.
The City of Cleveland has decided to give the one-way street idea next to Freedom Park in downtown Cleveland a try.
The Rotary Club of Helen has presented a $500 check to Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA), Northeast Georgia Chapter. This contribution begins the funding to build 20 miles of natural-surface trail as part of the 1,000-acre outdoor recreation area planned by the White County Commission.
White County Commissioners on Monday approved a resolution to place a land use resolution question on the November ballot.
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