Finals are always stressful – but what if they involved saving people injured in a disaster?
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Starting next school year, laptop computers will be as much of a standard as pencils for all White County High School students.
Jonathan Cantrell, CEO of Habersham Electric Membership Corp., has resigned his office, effective April 11.
A Cleveland man was indicted by a White County Grand Jury April 4 on seven counts in connection with the Jan. 17 death of a toddler in a grocery store parking lot.
A Hall County teacher says he will seek the 9th District congressional seat, currently held by U.S. Rep. Doug Collins.
Big names are coming to Helen next week to help raise money at the United Way of White County’s 15th annual Celebrity Golf Tournament.
A customer at a White County business got more than he bargained for when he was attacked by a rabid fox on U.S. 129 near Truelove Road, south of Cleveland.
Construction of the Helen to Hardman Heritage Trail is expected to begin by this summer, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
Imagine jumping through all the hoops, as instructed, only to be told you didn’t jump high enough.
White County drivers have probably felt some kinship this week with Atlanta commuters who are trying to navigate their way around the bridge collapse on I-85.