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Two People Arrested Following Police Chase Through Downtown Cleveland

1-30-19 (Cleveland)- A chase through the city of Cleveland Tuesday afternoon resulted in the arrest of two people.  White County Sheriff’s Captain Rick Kelley said in an email, ”  our Dispatch put out a ‘BOLO” ( Be on the Lookout)  for a white Kia Sorrento that was reported as driving reckless and speeding.  One of the deputies attempted to stop …

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Wind Chill Advisory Issued For Wednesday

1-29-19 (Cleveland)- The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory for Wednesday from 2 AM until 11 AM.  Forecasters say very cold wind chills could be as low as zero to 5 above zero.  The affected area is higher elevations of Northeast Georgia.  A Wind Chill Advisory means that cold air and the wind will combine to create …

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Winter Weather Advisory Cancelled

1-29-19 (Cleveland)- The National Weather Service has cancelled the Winter Weather Advisory for northeast Georgia.   Forecasters say an snowfall across the area will be light and brief, no significant accumulations are expected.   Patchy black ice will be possible across the far north this  afternoon. Patchy black ice will be possible across the entire area tonight. The potential for black …

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White County Detention Center Report Week Ending 1-29-19

1-29-19 (Cleveland)- Here is the White County Detention Center Report for the period ending   January 29, 2019.  This report is a list of people arrested and booked into the White County Detention Center. The subjects identified have been charged with a crime, but are not presumed guilty.   Note- SOC (statement of Charge) this holds inmate until Deputy can go get Warrants, VGSCA stands for …

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Winter Storm Warning Canceled Replaced With Winter Weather Advisory

1-29-19 (Cleveland)- The National Weather Service has cancelled the Winter Storm Warning that was in place for us  and replaced it with a  Winter Weather Advisory that is in effect   Tuesday  until 7 PM.  Forecasters now say snow, with up to an inch accumulations is possible.  Affected areas include portions of  north central, northeast and northwest Georgia.  Plan on slippery …

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Mobile Home Damaged In Monday Fire

1/28/19 (Cleveland)- White County Fire officials report no one was injured but a mobile home was damaged in an early morning fire Monday in the county.  White County Public Safety Director David Murphy said the fire call was received at 10:00AM,  White County Firefighters with Automatic Aid from the City of Cleveland responded to a residential structure fire on Veras …

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Winter Storm Watch Issued For Northeast Georgia

1/27/19     (Cleveland)- White County Public Safety Director David Murphy released this information following a weather briefing Sunday afternoon; White County temperatures are forecast to change to the freezing mark on Tuesday by 11 AM, we could see snowfall before ground level temperatures hit the freezing point.  Snowfall may be mixed with rain an hour or so before ground level temperatures …

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Fire Destroys Storage Building And Damages Two Vehicles Thursday Night

1-25-19 (Cleveland)- Late Thursday evening around 11:30 PM, firefighters from White County, the City of Cleveland and Lee Arrendale, were dispatched to a residential fire on Water Cress Road on the west side of White County. Ana Newberry, White County Fire Department Spokeswoman said upon arrival, firefighters found a 12 x 16 storage building with a 6 x 16 porch …

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Food Pantry Helping Federal Employees

1-24-19 (Cleveland)-  With the continuation of the partial government shutdown, the White County Food Pantry has announced they are making available food for any federal government employees who are in need of this type of assistance. Susan Dyer spokeswoman for the food pantry said, any federal employee who needs help can stop by the pantry, which is located at 1345 …

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