It’s billed as one of the toughest races in America, but runners can’t seem to get enough of the annual 18K Hogpen Hill Climb.
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At their Jan. 7 meeting, the Cleveland City Council passed a resolution calling for the next municipal election on Nov. 5, 2019.
Local White County officials were recently sworn into their respective offices.
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When the White County Board of Commissioners adopted a “mountain protection” ordinance in 2005, the measure was criticized by some who said it would infringe on the rights of property owners.
White County potter Jessie Meaders has donated several pieces from her collection to the White County Historical Society to be auctioned as a fundraiser for completing the installation of a bronze
Here’s a chance to have your artwork featured on the cover of the White County News’ annual Get the Scoop magazine – and to win a $100 prize.
The Cleveland City Council has chosen a construction company to renovate the historic Oak Springs School, and the faces may seem very familiar.
Despite chaos and dysfunction in the federal government, it’s business as usual for Georgia’s state legislature. The General Assembly is scheduled to begin its 2019 session at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan.
It’s still far too soon to predict how bad this year’s flu season will be, but health officials hope it won’t repeat the scenario of 2017-18.
The Veterans Park in Helen got a new addition on Wednesday, Dec. 26. A plaque thanking James Wilkins Sr. for donating the property to the City of Helen in 1995 was installed.