Saturday May 25th, 2024 9:49AM

Dean Dyer

WRWH Radio
Dean Dyer
Boil Water Notice issued in Cleveland
The City of Cleveland has issued Boil Water Notice due to a water main break in the city.
12:28PM ( 14 years ago )
Jackson Named White County Manager
(Cleveland)-White County Commissioners have tapped former State Senator Carol Jackson to be the new White County Manager.
12:21PM ( 14 years ago )
Suspicious Package In Parking Lot Shuts Down Wal-Mart In Cleveland
A small fireproof home safe left in the parking lot of Wal-Mart in Cleveland Saturday resulted in the closing of the parking lot and the bomb squad called in.
9:56AM ( 14 years ago )
Sautee man charged with damaging sheriff's dept. cars
A Sautee man is in jail following a weekend incident that resulted in the damage to two White County Sheriff’s vehicles and one other vehicle.
11:16AM ( 14 years ago )
Thunderstorms Hits White County With Power Outages
A hefty thunderstorm that moved through White County Thursday evening didn’t do any major damage, but it caused lots of problems as a large section of Cleveland with a major power outage.
12:21PM ( 14 years ago )
W.C. Board Of Education Getting Ready For SPLOST Vote
The White County Board of Education is preparing to inform citizens about the upcoming vote on the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax referendum for education.
12:12PM ( 14 years ago )
Cumming man dies after White Co. accident
The Georgia State Patrol reports that the operator of a motorcycle involved in an accident Friday in White County has died of his injuries.
9:20AM ( 14 years ago )
24 apply for White Co. Manager vacancy
The White County Board of Commissioners will soon be meeting to review applications submitted for the vacancy of County Manager after 24 people applied for the position.
12:27PM ( 14 years ago )
White Co. benefits from beer and wine sales
The sale of beer and wine in White County is doing what proponents of the sales said it would do: provide some much needed revenue.
1:42PM ( 14 years ago )
White County Improve Courthouse Lighting
Things are getting brighter at the White County Courthouse. Recently workers have replaced and updated many of the light fixture in the hallway areas, now the White County Commissioners say it’s time to brighten up the courtroom.
1:49PM ( 14 years ago )