Katie Centofanti doesn't quite remember how old she was when she first learned to paddle a kayak.
Until a few weeks ago, Veterans Memorial Park looked much like a ghost town most mornings.
Authorities have ruled the July 29 drowning of a 34-year-old Dawson County man an accident.
A mounted search and rescue unit with local headquarters in Dawson County is awaiting its first mission.
Jacob Walker was on his way home from making out-of-state deliveries Monday afternoon when the tractor-trailer he was driving left Hwy. 53, caught fire and exploded in western Dawson County.
A local volunteer admits the nation's current economic situation has taken a toll on the ability for non-profits to raise money.
Grab your cowboy boots and hats and buy your tickets early for next week's Southern Night's Dinner and Dance at the Dawsonville Municipal Complex.
If you're looking for an adventure of white water and fierce rapids, then the Dawson County Jaycees Inaugural Etowah River Canoe race may not be for you.
Bill Phinney called last week's organizational meeting for Habitat for Humanity in Dawson County the beginning of "something incredible."
Emergency officials say a Dawsonville man drowned Thursday evening while swimming in the pool at his house.
Mary Bailey wasn't sure how she would get around after her vehicle was totaled in a 2009 wreck.
A local theater director headed to Broadway last week to get some tips to bring back home to his north Georgia students.
Even as it is working to permit new docks on Lake Lanier, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is hoping to some day get rid of abandoned - and often unsightly - ones in an effort with the Lake Lanier Association.
A new leader in the Dawsonville Lions Club has plans to expand the scope of the service organization's mission.
A joint agreement between Dawson and Pickens counties put a fire station in the under-served area around Monument Road last year.
Sleigh bells were ringing and children were singing in Dawsonville's second annual Christmas parade that took over the downtown streets Saturday afternoon.
The first Coptic Orthodox convent outside Egypt recently opened in Dawsonville.
Several dozen local leaders and college students found themselves living on minimum wage salaries, wondering how to make ends meet from paycheck to paycheck.
Do you or someone you know take holiday decorating to the extreme?
The Good Shepherd Clinic of Dawson County is looking for a few more hands to help with its patients.
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.