The White County News picked up five more awards in the Georgia Press Association Better Newspaper Contest.
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The results are in for a traffic study conducted May 15 in front of Jack P. Nix Elementary School – and Cleveland Police Chief John Foster is not happy about what it revealed.
After months of controversy and debate, on June 4 the White County Board of Commissioners adopted new rules allowing local regulation of short-term rental properties (such as those offered on websi
A state correctional officer has been accused of stealing City of Cleveland water meters and selling the brass to a scrap yard.
Authorities worked to extinguish an estimated 10-acre brush fire on Thursday, May of
This Saturday, June 1, is National Trails Day, when Americans are encouraged to support and appreciate the thousands of hiking trails that are available to us on local, state, and federal public la
The Seamless Summer feeding program will begin Monday, June 3, in White County.
For those who love hiking/biking trails, the first Saturday in June is always an occasion to show their support.
“Thrilled, tickled and honored” is how Cynthia Johnston of Cleveland feels about being named the winner of Community Newspapers Inc.
Summer’s here, school’s out, and that means local governments have turned their attention to an annual task: setting the budget for the upcoming fiscal year.