Dawsonville citizens who want to be involved in their town's government will have the chance next week to toss their hat into the ring for city council or mayor.
Entrepreneurs wishing to bring their business to or improve already existing businesses in Dawsonville can now apply for a grant for city assistance.
Riverview Middle School teacher Sherry Browning had a rare experience over the summer.
This year, the City of Dawsonville has been continuing with water improvement plans to update its water infrastructure. However, this has not come without a few inconveniences for residents of the city's more rural lines.
The City of Dawsonville believes that it has finally solved its on-going animal control issues.
The Dawsonville Downtown Development Authority is nearing completion on its application process for a $25,000 grant program.
The Dawson County School System has once again been honored by the state for its financial reporting.
Qualifying for Dawsonville's Nov. 3 election opens in two weeks.
Dawson County school administrators recently got the chance to see where some of the nation's best military planes are manufactured.
When former Robinson Elementary principal Roxanne Howard announced her retirement in May, she said she wasn't sure what the next chapter in her life held for her.
Two connected teen ministries in Dawson County have a new area director.
Dawson County lost a long-time teacher and supporter of the arts last week.
A Big Canoe business owner received quite a shock last month when he found his lunch being eaten by a bear.
When Dawson County High School Lady Tigers basketball coach Steve Sweat retired, he commented on how "Dawson County [had] been really good to [him]."
The Georgia Racing Hall of Fame has taken its first steps toward realizing a goal.
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While it appeared that the issue of Dawsonville's animal control had been solved, concerned Lumpkin County citizens have spoken otherwise to their county commission.
Dawson County's young scholars are getting a chance from the state to continue their education after high school.
Volunteers are needed to participate in an interactive collaboration and learn what it's like to live in poverty.
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