The living land remembers, touching you in unguarded moments, saying, ‘I am here. You are part of me.” – Ben Logan
By Billy Chism
A Cleveland man was arrested in the early hours of Wednesday, Aug. 17, in connection with the homicide of 66-year-old Wayne Alexander.
By Linda Erbele
After a long and contentious disagreement with a Texas billboard company, the City of Cleveland has reached a settlement that will allow the business – Lockridge Outdoor Advertising, LLC – to put u
By Debbie Gilbert
The City of Cleveland plans to rent out the former police sub-precinct on the downtown square, to be used as a small retail shop.
By Debbie Gilbert
Aug. 16, 2016, was the 100th birthday of Georgia Department of Transportation.
Ready or not, the 2016 high school football season is here.
The White County Warriors will kick in the door on a new season tomorrow night in Carnesville against the Franklin County Lions.
The Aug. 19 start is the earliest season opener in history for the Warriors, but WCHS is just one of more than 100 teams around state playing on Zero Week.
The White County Warriors’ first-ever appearance in the state soccer playoffs came to a bitter end Tuesday night in Griffin.
The White County Warriors continued the hot start to the 2015-16 high school basketball season with three wins in five days.
The wins over Towns County, Marist and Lumpkin County pushed the Warriors’ record to 7-1.
Mr. Larry Christopher Winkler of Cleveland passed away Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. He was 65.
Funeral services services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19, 2016, in the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home, with the Rev. Greg Poole and the Rev. Phillip Robinson officiating. Interment will follow in Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery.
• Wayne Alexander, 66, of Cleveland, died Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016. Arrangements are incomplete at this time and will be announced. Barrett Funeral Home, Cleveland.
Carlton Sprague of Cleveland passed away on Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016. He was 79.
Mr. Sprague was born on July 23, 1937, in Pennsylvania, to the late Howard and Marjorie Bertis Sprague. He was self-employed in the construction business, and a member of Return Baptist Church.
Mr. Sprague was preceded in death by brothers Gary Sprague and Butch Sprague.