The operator of a day care facing eviction from a county-owned building can breathe a small sigh of relief after catching up on back rent.
Last week, Food Lion Charitable Foundation gave a $2,500 donation to the RIC Rack Charity Thrift Store and Food Pantry.
Wal-Mart recently donated $1,000 to a local reading program aimed to benefit the county's youngest residents.
Etowah Water and Sewer Authority voted to raise water and sewer rates Monday while at the same time lowering some tap-on fees.
Within the next six months, electric bills could look very different for Sawnee EMC customers.
When Bob Shelton opened Dragon's Den tattoo studio at War Hill almost two decades ago, he was one of only a few tattoo artists in north Georgia.
Looking for quality jewelry that makes for a great gift, even if it's for yourself?
It was a few weeks early for corn, okra and tomatoes, but beans, potatoes and squash were ripe for the picking as the Dawson County Farmers Market opened July 1.
May 11 was a milestone in the lives of Chad and Nicole Wimpy, owners of Jolie Day Spa, one of the newest businesses the county has recently welcomed.
Brent Troncalli, owner of The Outside World in Dawsonville, is noticing a trend with his business this year. Whenever families spend less on traveling and big vacations, sales for camping go up.
Once again the Dawson County Extension Service will host a produce market in Dawsonville.
The state's recent decision to declare the two-year drought over and relax water use restrictions was welcomed in Dawson County.
For the first time in more than 13 years, Suzanne Franklin plans to open her exotic garden, Jungle Paradise, free to the public June 20 and 21.
The attorney for a couple attempting to block the construction of a motorsports country club in western Dawson County vows a lengthy legal battle.
Negotiations between Atlanta Motorsports Park developer Jeremy Porter and a high-performance repair facility that wants to relocate to Dawsonville are in the final stages.
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Crews began moving dirt on the second of two new shopping centers planned on Ga. 400 in Dawson County.
The Dawson County Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for one of its most anticipated events of the year. Tickets are available for the annual ...
The Dawson Community News has purchased the Dawson News and Advertiser and will merge the two publications into one weekly newspaper to serve Dawson County.
The Dawson Community News has purchased the Dawson News and Advertiser and will merge the two publications into one weekly newspaper to serve Dawson County ...
Golfers from Dawson and its neighboring counties took advantage of the weather Monday to support local business.
Developers for the massive Kroger-anchored retail center on Ga. 400 continue to make progress in bringing new restaurants and shops to Dawson County.
Impulse Manufacturing, one of Dawson County's largest employers, sold last week to a Midwest firm for a price of $30.5 million.
BTD Manufacturing, Inc., a subsidiary of Otter Tail Corporation, announced Tuesday it has acquired Dawsonville's Impulse Manufacturing for $30.5 million in cash.
Sawnee Electric Membership Corporation has announced it is lowering rates for most members by reducing the component with which most power bills are calculated.
Those interested in working on finishing that much-needed GED or learning new workforce skills will have the opportunity to get all the help they need.
New tax credits are available for employers who help their employees earn their GEDs.
Entrepreneurs wishing to bring their business to or improve already existing businesses in Dawsonville can now apply for a grant for city assistance.
Hobby Lobby, Panda Garden, Ulta, Academy Sports, Organic Nails.
A community banker from Dawsonville was recently appointed to serve on a state committee charged with studying and identifying guidelines to be utilized in partnerships ...
The Dawsonville Downtown Development Authority is nearing completion on its application process for a $25,000 grant program.
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