After its longtime leader left for California, the Lake Lanier Association didn't have to look long and hard for a new replacement.
The city of Dawsonville and the Etowah Water and Sewer Authority plan to huddle today in hopes of burying the hatchet.
A new judge has been assigned to hear the case against a planned motorsports park in western Dawson County.
Gold Creek homeowners are hopeful that a potential buyer for the defunct golf club in the subdivision can close on the property this week.
As a business leader and involved resident in the Dawsonville area - Allstate exclusive agency owner Chris Gaines of The Gaines Agency has been designated a Premier Service Agency for 2010.
Sam Story has joined Alliance National Bank as a senior vice president in the loan production office in Dawsonville. "We are thrilled to have Sam as part of our lending team," said Andrew K. Walker Sr., CEO of Alliance National Bank.
Foothills Veterinary Clinic of Dawsonville has again received accreditation following a comprehensive evaluation by the American Animal Hospital Association.
Windstream Corporation is slated to receive $13 million in federal funding for broadband development projects.
Automotive technology students at Lanier Technical College and North Georgia Technical College will see a substantial addition to their classes this fall - a new Kia Sorento.
If all goes as planned, the words "What'll ya have?" will begin ringing in Dawson County before Christmas.
Two times must be the charm for a local accountant who won the Dawson County Chamber of Commerce cash drawing last week.
Officials with the Dawson County Chamber of Commerce have announced they will move in to the new Ga. 400 location Aug. 6.
A group of about 20 students became teachers during the North Georgia Leadership Engagement and Development Workshop.
Building a multi-million dollar regional Internet network may be no easy task, but the North Georgia Network Cooperative is making progress.
Officials with the Etowah Water and Sewer Authority are moving forward with a $2.5 million expansion of water service into northern and western Dawson County.
Despite the blustering winds and snow flurries last Friday, the Dawson County Chamber of Commerce celebrated business in the style of the roaring 20s.
Community leaders are both hopeful and hesitant after hearing a north Georgia real estate forecaster say he expects the county's population to quadruple in the next 15 years.
"Our plan has always been to have 50,000 folks in 2030," said Dawson County Commission Chairman Mike Berg.
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.
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