A crowd of about 200 gathered Monday afternoon at Veterans Memorial Park to honor the men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom.
In his first time addressing Lake Lanier's most well-known advocacy group, Maj. Gen. Todd Semonite, commander of the South Atlantic Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, didn't make many promises to protect Lake Lanier's levels.
Family and friends are mourning the loss of a former Dawson County middle school student.
In a ceremony Thursday, one of France's highest-ranking officials will recognize a Dawson County man for his military service in World War II.
Looking back, Lake Gibson said he can't believe 18 years has passed since a group of local businessmen and women chartered the Dawson County Rotary Club.
They don't have offices in Dawsonville, but Children's Center for Hope and Healing has helped dozens of children and families locally.
Kenny Stewart wasn't sure he would see his ninth birthday.
Some called him pastor, but to many more he was a friend.
A local non-profit organization that takes aim at substance abuse is looking to change its name and its scope in the near future.
The woman credited by many with saving Thunder Road and keeping Dawsonville's racing history alive died Monday following a brief illness.
Members of Etowah Masonic Lodge No. 222, Free and Accepted Masons, Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter No. 970, Dawsonville Lions Club and Dawson County Jaycees will be placing veterans memorial markers for this year's Memorial Day in the city of Dawsonville on May 19.
Murder and mayhem was the theme Saturday night as Peach Brandy Cottage opened its doors for a presentation of The Curse of the Hopeless Diamond.
Stepping up to the children's area at the Spring Fling in Dawsonville Sunday afternoon, Nathan Frazier told his sister he was going to win a goldfish.
It was a star-studded week for the city of Dawsonville.
There have been more than 600 fire fatalities in the U.S. since the beginning of the year.
Etowah Water and Sewer Authority recently recognized one of its board members for a quarter-century of service.
A man from Cumming died when his tractor overturned earlier this week.
The Georgia Department of Labor announced this week that the unemployment rate in the Georgia Mountains region increased to 6.7 percent in June, up three-tenths of a percentage point from 6.4 percent in May.
After waiting a couple years, little Mason Hyde has reached all of the milestones, including a desired weight and finding a donor, required for a kidney transplant.
A recent benefit brought the community together to walk at Rock Creek Park for a local woman battling cancer.