A missionary from Dawson County has returned from his trip to Paraguay, where he was able to connect the lives of young people living a world apart.
Two environmental groups are giving local residents and elected officials an opportunity to visit the site of a proposed reservoir that could be built in the Dawson Forest Wildlife Management Area.
Emergency services staff encourages residents to check smoke alarms this weekend, when turning back the clock for daylight savings time.
A 12-year-old girl and her father were taken to Grady Memorial Hospital on Saturday night after they suffered burns in a vehicle fire on Perimeter Road.
A law passed by Congress in 1999 ensured all veterans would receive full military honors at burial.
Bobby Cordell said his son doesn't miss a professional wrestling event.
Several food drives are planned through the end of the year in an effort to stock the pantry at the local food bank for the holidays.
Throughout November, Dawson County Library and the Lumpkin County Library will accept two cans or boxes of nonperishable food for each $1 of fines.
The ability to see ghosts comes naturally for some, said Paranormal Investigator Kathy Trader.
Keep Dawson County Beautiful and the Dawson County Marshal's Office encourage residents to participate in this year's second collaborative district-wide community clean up event Saturday, Nov. 6.
Classic car lovers said they couldn't have asked for more beautiful weather Friday during the second annual Moonshine Run.
Vietnam veteran Steve de Lyra remembers returning from the service to a hostile homecoming.
Those bored with ghosts and goblins can trade in their costumes for a little "Halloween Havoc" this weekend.
John Evans is what you might call a Mountain Moonshine Festival fanatic.
It's the sweetness of fried apple pies. The aroma of hot apple cider. The crackle of freshly fallen leaves. The warmth of a thick sweater. Orange orbs growing fat in the pumpkin patch.
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The father of a Hall County 12-year-old who was missing for a week and a half faces multiple felony charges.
Struggling to find parking at LongHorn may be the norm on a Friday night, but last Friday morning there was barely an available spot.
Georgia Milestones test scores were released last week and Dawson County students were in the top 20 in the state in multiple grade levels across ...
Though summer hardly seems to be winding down, kids across the county will move back into classrooms on Aug. 5.
Dawson County Schools are back in business on Friday.
Fake laughing may have gotten a bad rap.
Dawson County deputies raided an underground gambling parlor Saturday night and arrested several well-known wiseguys on alcohol and racketeering charges.
Dawson County's runoff election for sheriff and tax commissioner ended in narrow victories Tuesday night.
Those on the inside can't fully explain it and those on the outside can't fully understand it.
Open the door to get to the downstairs level of the Margie Weaver Senior Center in Dawsonville on a Tuesday or Thursday morning and the ...
Some say time seems to stand still on the hallowed grounds of Lumpkin Campground during the weeklong spiritual revival and celebration known as campmeeting.
It is now legal to "shoot the hooch" with hooch in Georgia.
Hundreds from across the community were in downtown Dawsonville Sunday afternoon to show their support for law enforcement.
A nonprofit that advocates for abused and neglected children must say goodbye to its director after more than six years, though the person named interim ...
It's not always an easy task to impress an 11-year-old.
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