Peanut vendors in Dawsonville's historic district will have to move, unless they're willing to shell out a weekly fee to the city.
An estimated $100,000 in designer clothing, expensive handbags and cell phones has been taken over the last few years in a series of smash-and-grab break-ins at North Georgia Premium Outlets.
Lake Lanier Association officials pushed some of their agenda as they dined March 24 with one of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' highest-ranking officers in the South.
A lot can happen in 30 years.
Work is underway on Atlanta Motorsports Park.
The continuing bank crisis hit close to home March 19 as federal officials seized the assets of Appalachian Community Bank of Ellijay, which has two locations in Dawsonville.
Dawsonville officials may crack down on peanut peddlers during a March 22 work session.
The Development Authority of Dawson County announced Friday that the monthly unemployment rate again soared to record highs in Dawson County.
In a year when more people than ever looked to others for assistance, United Way for Dawson County raised more than $87,000 locally for those in need.
Dawson County residents spoke their piece last week on the U.S. Postal Service's plans to cut Saturday deliveries.
Belk in Cumming is looking for local charities interested in taking part in its Spring Charity Sale on May 1.
A national leader in sanitizing technology will move its corporate headquarters to Dawson County.
It doesn't matter that the Dawsonville Shooting Stars came up a few points short in Friday night's game, because everyone wins when the Harlem Ambassadors come to town.
A state board that oversees professional licensing last Wednesday told a local accountant accused of substandard practices to follow the rules or lose his license.
Anyone looking to make improvements to their current home or build a new one will find a variety of innovative ideas and demonstrations this weekend at the inaugural North Georgia Home Expo.
The owner of a hardware store in Dahlonega is expanding to Dawson County after officials last week approved a request to rezone nearly three acres at Hwy. 53 East and Stephens Road.
The economic downturn felt across north Georgia and much of the nation has taken its toll on the owners of a popular community gathering place.
The man charged with bringing quality economic development to the county has been recognized for his work.
Sweeping changes at Dawson County's busiest intersection has at least one national eatery planning a move away from the crossing.
Be the first to own a part of Dawsonville's unique racing history.
By noon, the women of Sugar Valley Country Club had already stocked up on the early morning, after-Thanksgiving bargains at North Georgia Premium Outlets and were hoping some leftover turkey and veggies would give them the blast of energy needed to continue their Black Friday shopping tradition.
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