Dawson County continues to show its patriotism by placing a new round of memorial markers along the roads this week.
Each paving stone that seasoned stonemason Allen Cerinetti placed on the ground marked a prayer by a college community and a pledge by a Catholic church congregation to build a memorial grotto in Dawsonville.
There was a sea of neon, spandex and teased hair as the decade of glam rocked Dawsonville last weekend.
A local man has two weeks to be in compliance with state law after the Dawson County Health Board upheld a decision by animal control that classifies his 2-year-old Cane Corso Mastiff as vicious.
Football and racing fans alike are expected to flock to Dawsonville later this week to get an up-close glimpse at the treasure trove of collectibles former NFL head coach and NASCAR owner and driver Jerry Glanville has accumulated throughout his storied career.
Jumping out of a plane can be pretty disorienting. Jumping from a plane into water with a wet parchute surrounding you is even worse.
Postal customers are being asked to help Stamp out Hunger by donating nonperishable food items that will be given to the local food pantry.
Spring-like conditions last weekend were ideal for the Dawson County Arts Center's annual Art in the Garden Festival.
The second time was a charm for the Dawson County Humane Society's 12th annual Dogleg Charity Golf Tournament.
Lifelong fan and one-time driver James Bolt "JB" Day once rode his bike all the way from South Carolina to watch a race at Lakewood Speedway in Atlanta. He was 11 at the time.
The city will be rocking when the region's hottest tribute bands converge this weekend for Rockin' it in the Sticks in downtown Dawsonville.
Rotary Club of Dawson County was recently one of nine clubs in District 6910 to receive the Gold Club designation during the district's 2014 conference at Jekyll Island.
The Dawson County Historical and Genealogical Society will be opening its doors in the historic courthouse in the center of downtown for the second year in hopes to draw more interest to local history.
After a recent personnel shift, the Dawson County Treatment Court has named Heather Herrington as its new coordinator.
The Kinsey Family Farm played host Saturday to diners and dancers contributing to future learning.
Come mid-August, kids of all ages will be able to cool off in the new splash pad at Rock Creek Park.
Families and friends will gather and time will take a step back and slow down next week at the Lumpkin Campground Campmeeting.
In an effort to keep kids safe and to raise awareness of a problem not often talked about, Dawson County Family Connection will be holding classes to raise awareness of child sexual abuse.
Dawsonville's annual Independence Day celebration revved into gear Friday at Atlanta Motorsports Park with a fireworks display that wowed spectators for miles around.
No One Alone is seeking volunteers to help in its Dahlonega shelter.
A well-known Dawson County figure celebrated her 90th birthday Sunday afternoon surrounded by friends and family.
Beavers are prone to finding running water and building their dams, but in Dawson County all they seem to be building are problems.
Atlanta Motorsports Park and the Dawsonville Downtown Development Authority are gearing up for a full day of family fun as part of the "Sparks in the Motorsports Park" on July Fourth.
Each year, summer in Dawson County is marked by the tents and trucks of vegetables that show up in front of the Dawsonville Municipal Complex and Dawson County Extension Office.
The Dawson County Humane Society is trying a new method of raising money for its no-kill shelter.
Two area congregations arrived Sunday to find electronic equipment missing from their churches.
Firefighters rescued three people from a third-floor balcony Thursday after a fire broke out at a home on Grizzle Farm Road.
A legion of supporters gathered Thursday to pay tribute to a young man many knew as "Soldier Boy."
Plans are under way for the Dawson County Humane Society's inaugural Pups in the Park Dog Show later this fall.
A lot of the new personnel with Dawson County Emergency Services are too young to remember a time when calls were dispatched by telephone and those responding had to read the chalkboard at the stations to find out where to find the fire.