Low cost rabies vaccinations will be available Saturday at various locations across the county.
Authorities investigating a suspicious package reported in the parking lot of Walmart in Dawsonville last week found no threat to the public.
More than three acres at the intersection of Hwys. 9 North and 136 are being cleared to make way for a new gas station and convenience store going in at the crossing.
Gasp, laughter, repeat.
Hwy. 53 was shut down between Lumpkin Campground Road and Ga. 400 just after 5 a.m. Monday due to a gas main break caused by construction near Regions Bank.
The three-vehicle crash at the Dawson-Forsyth County line Wednesday that sent several people to the hospital occurred, authorities said, when a teenage driver suffered a medical episode.
The State Board of Education renewed the Dawson County School District's charter system contract today.
Hwy. 53 East was shut down in both directions at the Dawson-Forsyth County line Wednesday morning as officers investigated a two-car crash that occured just before 8 a.m.
Local Republicans recently recognized one of their own for his lifelong service to the party.
When the first graders at Robinson Elementary lined up at their door on Good Friday, there was a serious case of the wiggles going around. The playground full of stuffed eggs was calling their names and there was no time to waste.
Every month when the Sawnee Electric Membership Foundation bill arrives, there is a simple request to give a few extra cents to round up your bill to the next dollar. That extra money goes a long way.
There's still time to register a team in Rotary Club of Dawson County's 24th annual golf tournament and fundraiser.
Volunteers with Keep Dawson County Beautiful are encouraging community members to spruce up their neighborhoods as part of this year's Great American Cleanup.
When Charlie Mincey got his first speeding ticket at the age of 12, he must have known racing was in his blood.
The developer for a proposed assisted living facility on Kilough Church Road will not move forward with the project after learning last week that many neighbors oppose the plan.
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"Splash!"called out three-year-old Caleb Brown each time a member of the Ranger Brigade parachuted into the water of Lake Lanier earlier last month.
SOUTH FORSYTH -- Though it may have been predicted - and then proven - that traffic on Ga. 400 would get worse before it gets better, a construction ...
A trial over Florida allegations that Georgia is drinking up too much of shared water is being eyed for October or November.
A local doctor is encouraging the community to take precautions against the Zika virus.
Commissioners are considering a plan to rehabilitate Dawson Forest Road.
In a high-pitched squeak, 4-year-old Patience Finnegan ran toward her grandma.
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