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Members of the Cleveland Police Department took 78 bags of groceries to local seniors in Cleveland on Friday, Dec. 21.
As the end of 2018 drew near, it became apparent that White County was likely to break its record for total annual rainfall.
Highlights of the year 2018 in White County were largely shaped by elections, forces of nature and new life given to some local landmarks. Here’s a rundown of top stories from the past year.
White County Sheriff’s Office deputy Daniel Aaron Spivey recently graduated top of his class from the Northeast Georgia Regional Police Academy – but that wasn’t his only significant achievement.
Scott Whitaker of Griffin Towing & Auto Repair, Cleveland was inducted into the Order of Towman by American Towman Magazine.
The White County Community Thrift Store held its quarterly grants presentation on Thursday, Dec. 20, where $23,000 was given.
The South Enotah Children’s Advocacy Center has a new executive director.
For five years now, a bronze statue of a gold miner has greeted visitors on the north side of the historic courthouse on Cleveland’s downtown square.
Forget a mic drop, an edelweiss drop is much cooler to see.