Saturday June 19th, 2021 5:42PM

Dean Dyer

WRWH Radio
Dean Dyer
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 ( 8 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 ( 10 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 ( 10 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 ( 11 months ago )
Woman charged with White County murder
A 66-year-old Cleveland woman has been charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of a man in White County Tuesday.
1:22PM ( 11 months ago )
White County man charged with aggravated child molestation
A 18-year-old White County man was arrested May 28 and charged with aggravated child molestation.
9:00AM ( 1 year ago )
Investigators probing attempted break-in at Gun Commanders
White County Sheriff's Office and other agencies are continuing to investigate the attempted break-in at a large firearms store in the southern part of the county.
5:01AM ( 1 year ago )
Authorities: Fire set intentionally on Appalachian Trail in White County
A fire that is believed to have been intentionally set burned around five to six acres on the Appalachian Trail in White County Saturday afternoon.
2:19PM ( 1 year ago )
Weaver named White County Fire Chief; county honors Alexander, Newberry
White County Public Safety officials have sworn in a new fire chief while honoring two department veterans on their retirement.
12:15PM ( 1 year ago )
After 16 years, Cleveland officials look to raise building permit fees for city
The City of Cleveland is proposing increased fees in several areas, including the cost of building permits.
11:17AM ( 1 year ago )