Children should go to bed happy, not hungry is the profound theme for volunteers with Meals by Grace
Lanier Technical College held its 2016 commencement Friday night at Free Chapel, awarding 235 degrees, 394 diplomas and 631 certificates.
Rotary Club of Dawson County invites the entire community out to Rotary Day at Rotary Island Saturday for a summer celebration featuring free food, music, games, entertainment and even a waterslide.
Elementary math students in all Dawson County schools will soon have access to a new, comprehensive math resource program.
On Monday night the Dawsonville City Council unanimously approved the proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which includes a capital project loan for improvements to the waste water treatment plant.
Police dog Kimbo burst out of the back seat of Cpl. Jessica Kraft's vehicle last week ready to assist Kraft as she demonstrated the canine's finely-tuned search and rescue skills.
County commissioners last week approved a special use permit to allow PetSmart to operate at the new shopping center going in at the southeast intersection of Ga. 400 and Dawson Forest Road.
The Dawson County Produce Market will officially open at 7:30 a.m. July 6.
The Dawson County School Nutrition Summer Feeding Program is under way for the months of June and July.
Jada Fiorentino doesn't like to look back at the life she once lived, the life of drug addition, sexual abuse and self-destruction.
A new art studio and an existing event venue in downtown Dawsonville are set to split $7,500 in grant funding from the city of Dawsonville.
Students interested in emergency services as a career or even just a curiosity can get a feel for what it is all about during the upcoming Junior Fire Academy.
A leading supplier of high-impact decorative labels announced last week the acquisition of Dawsonville-based SleeveCo.
A new church founded last year in Dawson County, is looking to hire a permanent pastor in the coming months.
It may have been a misnomer.
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The criminal case against citizen journalist Nydia Tisdale moved forward last week as a pre-trial motions hearing was held at the Dawson County courthouse.
Council members voted Monday night to release the names of the final three candidates for the open city manager position.
The criminal case against citizen journalist Nydia Tisdale moved forward this week as a pre-trial motions hearing was held at the Dawson County courthouse.
Haitian orphans who are a part of a traveling choir found themselves stranded this week while their home was battered by Hurricane Matthew.
The Chicken-Q has been a part of Bethel United Methodist Church's history as long as any of its patrons can remember, and now two ...
In the United States, one in three women has been physically abused by an intimate partner, according to statistics from the National Coalition Against Domestic ...
The new Publix grocery store on Ga. 400 in the Dawson Crossroads shopping center will open its doors to the public for the first time ...
During Labor Day weekend, Dawson County Emergency Services members conducted their annual Fill the Boot fundraiser to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), an organization ...
A 17-year-old male was critically injured in a single vehicle wreck Thursday afternoon on Hwy. 53 East, near Byrd's Mini Storage.
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