A local child-centered non-profit organization has plans to put extra emphasis on helping preschool-aged children beginning in the fall.
For more than 20 years, volunteers of a local non-profit organization have focused on giving displaced children the right to a safe and permanent home.
Barry Mann isn't crazy about pollen.
Jennifer Bowman of Dawsonville got the surprise of her life as she arrived to work one day in early January.
Marina Barron believes giving to a non-profit organization can be like dropping coins in a piggy bank.
A local bank is trying a new route in the drive to raise Relay for Life dollars.
One of Dawsonville's legendary homes, the Boyd and Sallie Gilleland House, now known as Peach Brandy Cottage, can now be found on the National Register of Historic Places.
The weather wasn't particularly kind to Dawsonville's Spring Fling festival this past weekend, but it didn't put a damper on enthusiasm.
Last week, Dawson County Relay for Life held its annual survivor dinner at the First Baptist Church in Dawsonville. The event is an uplifting and motivating gathering of those who have been affected by cancer.
For the first time, Dawson County will be participating in the largest one day food drive in the nation, Stamp Out Hunger, on May 9.
When a person is lost, four legs are often better than two.
Casey Elliott, son of race car engine-builder Ernie Elliott and nephew to NASCAR celebrity Bill Elliott, had the family racing genes and a promising career in car racing ahead of him.
Dozens of ladies donned their hats and gloves to sit down for an afternoon tea March 28 at the Bowen Center for the Arts.
Two and a half years ago, Carol Tyger met her granddaughter Ingrid for the first time.
With more than 600 votes as the favorite local non-profit, Kay Harris stepped into a money grab at Appalachian Community Bank Friday and left with $500 for the Dawson County Humane Society.