Jack Martin says barbershop music is about as American as it gets.
"Make it sexy girls," Patsy Brookshire said as infectious Latin music played in the background. "It's got to be sexy."
Sandy Olson, a 39 year-old Dawson County native and single mother of four is facing the fight of her life.
In the last year, more than 800 calls placed to the local domestic violence hotline resulted in the discovery of more than 200 Dawson County victims of domestic violence.
Legendary NASCAR driver and famed commentator Buddy Baker will serve as Grand Marshal for Dawsonville's 41st annual Mountain Moonshine Festival.
I have received more phone calls related to yellow jackets in the past two weeks than I have in my entire career.
A bridge and walkway connecting the new Dawson County Humane Society and Rock Creek Park is now open to the public.
In Dec. 2006, 53-year-old Dawsonville resident Annie Dean Samples tried in vain to convince her husband, Charles Samples, that there was no cause for alarm even though her mouth was drooping. He knew then she was having a stroke.
The Bowen Center for the Arts has selected its new director, Marcia Chelf, who assumed the position July 21.
The Dawson County Food Processing facility is open for business, allowing local and area growers the opportunity to preserve their produce for the upcoming winter season.
The Mount Vernon Church congregation met in the same building for 102 years. As time passed and the congregation grew, a new building was needed to house the
"Every year we do this it seems to get bigger and better," said Dawson County Extension Office Agent Clark Beusse, speaking of the county's sixth annual Produce Market, which opened for business July 2.
Suzanne Franklin, a master gardener and hybridizer for Jungle Paradise, is donating hundreds of her award-winning, specialized daylilies to parks, businesses and other places all around Dawson County.
Those of us who live, work or play in Dawson County drive over the Etowah River daily, but beneath the steel and concrete bridges flows one of the county's greatest natural wonders, the river itself.
After being at the Bowen Center for the Arts for only a week, executive director Ginny Greenwood is already announcing a new show.
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