Damian and Silvia Roberti opened Amadeo's Italian Cookies on Nix Bridge Road about six months ago, and aside from their regular customers, it's taken some time to get the word out.
Sawnee Electric Membership Corp. has announced a move that will lower power bills through the remainder of 2010.
Neighbors helping neighbors is what Operation Round Up is all about and donating pennies each month has proven to offer huge benefits.
Dawson County Chamber of Commerce officials got just what they were after over the weekend: a packed house.
Those who still haven't seen the new Dawson County Chamber of Commerce and Welcome Center are invited to take a look this weekend.
Construction crews broke ground Friday on a new Varsity Jr. restaurant, which will sit on 2 acres along Ga. 400 in Dawson County.
James Grogan was the luckiest man in town Sept. 30.
Recent activity along the Ga. 400 corridor and in the city of Dawsonville has officials optimistic the local economy is starting to see signs of recovery.
A national department store is looking to help local nonprofit organizations raise funds this fall.
With nearly three decades in the funeral business, Ted Bearden is rarely surprised.
A local sports academy director who was arrested in Ohio after reportedly writing thousands of dollars in bad checks will be extradited to Dawson County, authorities said.
A judge ruled Sept. 14 that the former owner of 152 acres in western Dawson County is not a proper party for a lawsuit challenging the construction of a motorsports park on the site.
State and city officials say a local poultry packaging plant likely is to blame for excessive wastewater discharge in the sewer system.
The director of a local sports academy was arrested in Ohio on Tuesday, hours after a Dawson County judge issued a felony warrant against him for fraud.
The president of Atlanta Motorsports Park spoke at the Dawson County Chamber of Commerce luncheon last week to give members an update on the facility's progress.
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Foothills Community Bank on Monday announced John Lewis interim CEO and president as part of the Dawsonville-based bank's recapitalization plan.
Two players in North Georgia's Internet game have come together.
The first truckloads of dirt were moved over the weekend to make way for a new shopping center on Ga. 400 near Dawson Forest Road.
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