The summer edition of Lake Living is here.
Up-to-date weather data is now available from a new monitoring setup at White County High School.
By Linda Erbele
It’s time for the White County News’ annual Readers’ Choice Awards voting – your chance to tell us who are your favorites for food, entertainment and shopping, as well as shine a
The White County Sheriff’s Office says a deputy acted on a hunch and nabbed a suspected burglar, resulting in the recovery of about $20,000 in property allegedly stolen from a local homeowner.
By Linda Erbele
Good news for job-seekers: If you’ve got the qualifications, there’s probably a position (or several) out there waiting for you.
By Debbie Gilbert
A familiar face will be on the sidelines next spring with the White County Lady Warriors’ soccer team.
Former WCHS standout Megan Runkle has been selected to take over the reins of the girls’ program, replacing Brad Kolowich, who retired following the 2017 season.
After playing a pair of doubleheaders last week, the Birmingham Barons’ bullpen needed a little rest, so Spencer Adams decided to give the relief pitchers some time off last Friday night.
The high school sports season ended in May, so it’s time for the Georgia Athletic Director’s Association to hand out the annual Directors Cup awards.
The Directors Cup, sponsored by Regions Bank, identifies the top athletic departments in each of the state classifications.
Helen Lorain Harkins, 66, of Cleveland, passed away Wednesday, June 21, 2017.
Mrs. Harkins was born May 7, 1951, in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was a homemaker, and a strong and loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.
Mr. James Forrest of Blairsville, formerly of Cleveland since 1981, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, June 20, 2017, at the Union General Nursing Home.
Mr. Forrest was born in Novelty, Ohio, on Dec. 25, 1933, to the late David and Janet Chapman Forrest.
Nellie Mae Kinsey, 89, of Cleveland, passed away from an extended illness on Tuesday, June 20, 2017.
Mrs. Kinsey was born Dec. 7, 1927, in White County, to the late Ozzie and Ella Mae Dalton McCallister. Nellie was a homemaker, and faithfully attended Mt. Vernon Holiness Church until her illness. She was a very good Christian, a loving mother, and enjoyed gardening and farm life.