Saturday January 23rd, 2021 7:24AM

Dean Dyer

WRWH Radio
Dean Dyer
Weiland named interim police chief for City of Cleveland
The Cleveland City Council has named Cleveland Police Major Aaron Weiland as the interim police chief following the retirement of Chief John Foster at the end of 2020.
11:39AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Dozens of Cleveland senior citizens receive Christmas meal deliveries
Dozens of senior citizens in the City of Cleveland will have a brighter Christmas thanks to the efforts of the Cleveland Police Department and other city employees.
1:27PM ( 4 weeks ago )
Cleveland imposes 90-day moratorium on new alcohol licenses
The Cleveland City Council this week placed a 90-day moratorium on the issuance of new alcohol licenses to give the council time to review the current ordinance.
3:02PM ( 1 month ago )
White County Sheriff Neal Walden honored upon upcoming retirement
Family, friends, and members of public safety across northeast Georgia gathered in Cleveland Thursday to honor White County Sheriff Neal Walden and wish him well in his retirement.
5:01AM ( 1 month ago )
White County will move forward with flooding repairs, even with no state reimbursement
White County officials are making plans to move forward with repairs to roads and replacement of bridges that were damaged or destroyed by the recent rains from Hurricane Delta.
12:00AM ( 2 months ago )
Cleveland police chief surprises city council with upcoming retirement
Cleveland Police Chief John Foster has announced his upcoming retirement.
2:01PM ( 3 months ago )
White County employees will receive cost of living adjustment
White County government employees can look forward to a 2.5% cost of living pay increase beginning Thursday, Oct. 1.
12:01PM ( 3 months ago )
Area in White County evacuated after 2,800-gallon propane leak
White County residents in a two-mile area were able to return home about two hours after a gas leak at Georgia Mountain Gas forced their evacuation Monday.
4:30PM ( 5 months ago )
White County spending $324,000 for sheriff’s office vehicles, equipment
The White County Commission is not only supporting the White County Sheriff’s Office verbally, but also budgetarily.
11:59AM ( 5 months ago )
Cleveland City Council back at full capacity
The Cleveland City governing board is back to its normal number with the swearing-in of the city’s new Mayor Josh Turner and Ward 2 Councilwoman Rebecca Yardley earlier this week.
6:59AM ( 6 months ago )