A bond hearing for car dealer Mitch Simpson is scheduled for Thursday, April 18 at 11 a.m. at the White County Courthouse, according to White County Superior Court Judge Joy Parks’ office.
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Rehearsals for Godspell, the latest Gateway Theatre Company production, were underway at White County High School on Friday, March 29.
Once upon a time, there were no term limits on the president of the United States, so Franklin D. Roosevelt kept getting elected over and over again.
The Alpine Helen Songwriters Festival debuted this past weekend, featuring nine songwriters performing and telling stories at three locations March 22-23.
Memories of what was called a “critical” decade in Alpine Helen’s history were shared during the second Coffee and Conversation on Wednesday, March 20.
Who will reel in the money-makers?
After 30 years as a volunteer firefighter for White County, Roger Williams retired on Friday, March 8.
The Helen police and fire departments presented their monthly reports to the Helen City Commission at their monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 13.
A Cleveland man has been accused of child molestation and other charges.
This year the city of Helen is celebrating its 50th year as an Alpine village, and with this anniversary comes a lot of history.