Deputies made Christmas merry and bright for dozens of local children last week during the Dawson County Sheriff's annual Shop with a Cop event at Walmart.
An Oakwood man died and two other patients were taken to area hospitals Thursday afternoon following a collision on Hwy. 53, east of Dawsonville.
The Jolly Ol' Elf himself recently sat down for an exclusive interview with the Dawson Community News to talk about some of the goodies he'll be delivering to the good little boys and girls in Dawsonville later tonight.
A toddler from Dawsonville has a long recovery ahead of him after a successful kidney tranplant last week.
Several dozen local leaders and college students found themselves living on minimum wage salaries, wondering how to make ends meet from paycheck to paycheck.
The first Coptic Orthodox convent outside Egypt recently opened in Dawsonville.
Sleigh bells were ringing and children were singing in Dawsonville's second annual Christmas parade that took over the downtown streets Saturday afternoon.
Thursday is going to be a big day for a little guy from Dawsonville.
Dawsonville is celebrating the start of the holiday season Saturday with dozens of decorated floats lining the downtown streets in the city's second annual Christmas parade.
The Good Shepherd Clinic of Dawson County is looking for a few more hands to help with its patients.
Do you or someone you know take holiday decorating to the extreme?
Due to a press issue, today's edition of the Dawson Community News did not print in time to go out in the mail as expected. The papers will be delivered on Friday due to Thanksgiving on Thursday.
Preparations are in place for everyone wanting to celebrate the holidays with a hearty feast this Thanksgiving.
There's still time to have a float in this year's Christmas parade.
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Following two successful festival's last summer, the Dawsonville Music and Beer Festival plans to kick it up a notch for this year's event.
Two connected teen ministries in Dawson County have a new area director.
The congregation at High Shoals Baptist Church had an unexpected visitor as they arrived for revival last week.
A Big Canoe business owner received quite a shock last month when he found his lunch being eaten by a bear.
The Georgia Racing Hall of Fame has taken its first steps toward realizing a goal.
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