Sometime next year, it’s possible that Cleveland might “have the meats.”
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A routine speeding incident last week led to a phone call to a “CIA office” for a White County Sheriff’s Office deputy.
The Helen City Commission unanimously voted to give 33 city employees, including department heads, a four percent increase – which includes a Cost-of-Living Adjustment – starting Jan. 1, 2018.
The city of Helen will be in full swing for Christmas this weekend.
The annual Alpine Helen Christmas Parade will be held downtown at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9.
For months, White County Sheriff Neal Walden had been cautioning that the security equipment at the courthouse entrance was “on its last legs.”
Lost & Found: After disease robbed him of strength, faith and family motivated Larry Ledford to become a powerful champion
Working out at the gym is part of life for Larry Ledford. The bulging biceps and his broad-shouldered 5-foot-8-inch frame say much about his dedication to lifting weights five days a week.
Keeping the Chattahoochee River clean was a main topic of discussion during the Helen City Commission meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 21.
The 18th Annual Christmas in the Mountains Lighted Parade & Celebration kicks off this Saturday, Dec. 2, in downtown Cleveland from 5-8 p.m.
When you attend a health-care forum in a small town, you might not expect that the first invited speaker would be the county sheriff.