Dawsonville has its first assisted living center, and it's located within walking distance of downtown.
Summer officially comes to a close Friday, when Dawson County schools start back in session that morning.
Georgia's First Lady was back in Dawson County last week to spread the word on childhood literacy.
Georgia's First Lady Sandra Deal was welcomed with open arms and ears yesterday afternoon when she came to Dawson County as part of her childhood reading initiative.
A Forsyth County teenager injured in a crash that claimed the life of his grandfather has succumbed to his injuries.
With the final week of summer on the horizon, the Dawson County Board of Education is putting the finishing touches on renovations going on in the system.
While it wasn't a new honor for County Commission Chair Mike Berg, it was the first time that his fellow commissioners and county employees got to see their chair honored with a prestigious ACCG award.
Dawson County is preparing to play host to a special guest next week.
After some citizen complaints, the Dawsonville City Council is taking into consideration an ordinance to curb firearm discharge within the city limits.
With two of its three required hearings held, the Dawson County Board of Education has announced that it will be lowering its millage rate.
Dawson County Schools Lead School Nurse Jeannie Edwards said she got quite the surprise during an annual nurses' conference in Savannah.
The Georgia Racing Hall of Fame has announced the Fast 15 semi-finalists for its 2015 class.
County Commission Chair Mike Berg gave a very bright outlook for Dawson County during his annual State of the County address last week at the chamber of commerce's monthly luncheon.
Families and friends will continue their nearly two-century tradition next week at Lumpkin Campground.
An incident authorities initially described only as a dispute has left two people dead at a home on Maple Hill Drive in downtown Dawsonville.
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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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