Each year, the Governor's Office of Public Safety awards individuals for their commitment to the profession.
The fall festival held annually in Dawsonville may be called the Mountain Moonshine Festival, but that doesn't mean local laws on alcohol don't apply during the celebration.
Residents can expect an increase in activity as construction moves forward on the county's new courthouse over the next several months.
4 p.m. Oct. 28 at city hall
Pick almost any day each week and you'll find the county's IT department working on the sheriff's records management system.
6 p.m. Oct. 21 at city hall
More than four years have passed since the Dawson County commission voted to sever a lease with the owner of a sporting clays gun club on the south end of the county.
4 p.m. Oct. 14 at city hall
6 p.m. Oct. 7 at city hall
Local officials got a visit from a high-ranking German official last week, who felt "right at home" in North Georgia.
In the coming weeks, the city of Dawsonville could see its population grow, if by just a little.
Voters who cast ballots early for the Nov. 2 General Election will need to vote again if they want their opinions counted on two pieces of local legislation.
A call went out early Saturday morning that hunters reported what they believed to be human remains in the woods near Gold Creek.
A beautification project along a portion of Ga. 400 has been postponed indefinitely.
With no public comment in three meetings and little discussion among officials until the final hearing, the Dawson County commission voted 3-1 on Sept. 16 to approve the county's budget for 2011.
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The Dawson County Board of Commissioners recently received a grant designed to improve employee health and wellness.
The Dawsonville City Council has released the qualifications they want to see of applicants wishing to serve as the city's new manager and head ...
An additional manned fire station, a wheelchair lift and more funds for non-profits were among the pleas heard from community members during the public hearing ...
The House study committee charged with developing regulatory policies for drone use across the state had its first meeting last week in Atlanta.
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