The Inda Y. Allen Memorial Scholarship Foundation held its 30th annual Thanksgiving potluck dinner Sunday, Nov. 18, at the Sautee Nacoochee Center community fellowship hall. The Rev.
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On Nov. 14, during their final meeting of the year, the White County Board of Health voted to adopt several revisions to the county’s rabies control regulations.
Our umbrellas have been getting quite a workout this year, and those frequent, heavy rain events may be adding up to something big.
As you probably heard, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams ended her campaign over the weekend, meaning that Republican Brian Kemp will be our next governor of Georgia.
Don’t like crowds? Then maybe you should stay off the roads this holiday weekend.
With Thanksgiving here, that means Christmas is right around the corner. In fact, the next three weeks will have something for everyone.
At their Nov. 5 meeting, the White County Board of Commissioners voted to award Animal Control’s veterinary services contract to Chestatee Animal Hospital in Dahlonega.
The White County Water Authority is working to resolve a water quality issue with its supplemental supply to the city of Helen.
The Helen City Commission has approved the first reading of an ordinance that would allow hotels to serve alcohol at a second resort on-site location.
Without further discussion, the Cleveland City Council voted on Nov. 13 to adopt several amendments to the city’s alcohol ordinance.