Tuesday October 4th, 2022 2:37AM

Dean Dyer

WRWH Radio
Dean Dyer
White County moves forward on updated safety code for 'tree house' rentals
The White County Board of Commissioners has taken action to improve the safety design of a unique and popular rental cabin in the county.
10:00AM ( 1 year ago )
White County Manager Cobb leaves job after just one year
After only a year on the job, White County Manager Jason Cobb has tendered his resignation to the White County Board of Commissioners.
7:33AM ( 1 year ago )
North Carolina woman charged after seriously injuring Lula man in White County wreck
A North Carolina woman is charged after allegedly leaving the scene of a serious-injury wreck with a pedestrian in White County last week.
3:50PM ( 1 year ago )
One injured in White County house fire
One person was injured in a house fire Thursday afternoon at 4092 Helen Highway north of Cleveland.
12:59PM ( 1 year ago )
Small sinkhole does not impact White County school operations
The discovery Sunday of a sinkhole or washed-out area on the edge of ABC Drive in front of the White County school bus shop did not impact school operation Monday.
4:31PM ( 1 year ago )
Cleveland responders receive lifesaving commendation
Three Cleveland police officers and a Cleveland firefighter were recognized last week for a lifesaving operation in the city earlier this month.
2:00PM ( 1 year ago )
Cleveland sets Tuesday public hearing on forming a building authority
The Cleveland City Council has taken action that could lead to the creation of a building authority for the city.
10:00AM ( 1 year ago )
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 ( 1 year 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 ( 1 year 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 year ago )