On July 1, Georgia’s new “hands-free” law went into effect, making it illegal to hold a phone while driving.
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White County Chief Magistrate Judge Joy Parks is one of two candidates recommended to fill a vacant Superior Court seat in the Enotah Judicial Circuit.
Dr. Laurie Burkett is officially the superintendent of the White County School System.
With about two weeks until a runoff election that will decide the Republican nominee for Georgia’s governor, candidates Brian Kemp and Casey Cagle had their eyes on White County earlier this week.
Helen’s Fourth of July fireworks draws thousands each year – but has the swell in traffic become too much for the city?
What’s better than leasing 1,028 acres from the state of Georgia for just $1? Owning the entire property, lock, stock and barrel.
At their July 2 meeting, the Cleveland City Council proposed a new millage rate for fiscal year 2019.
It sounded like it had to be a joke. During a called meeting on May 17, the White County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution in support of extending Ga.
Words of praise and gratitude for America’s military service members highlighted the dedication of Helen Veterans Park on Saturday, June 30.
White County Parks and Recreation director Joe Gailey has been busy recruiting for a new team – one that won’t actually play any games.