J.M. Burt believes that if you're going to write a book, there ought to be a good story to tell.
Helping a victim of the earthquakes in Haiti can be as easy as turning on your computer or writing a check.
A kick off for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life is scheduled for 6 p.m. Jan. 28 at Dawsonville city hall.
Members of a local theater troupe were a tough act to follow at a national event where students competed for the Junior Theater Festival trophy.
While the snow from Dawsonville's recent storm has melted away, the cold weather will be around for a few more months.
The Good Samaritan Health and Wellness Center, which serves the health care needs of 14,000 uninsured and underinsured residents in Pickens, Cherokee and Dawson counties, will receive a $50,000 grant from Kaiser Permanente of Georgia.
Love is in the air in Dawson County.
Family Connection is asking Dawson County residents to walk a mile in someone else's shoes.
Walking into Good Shepherd Clinic, Retha Smith had a glow not often seen in the three years since she and her husband lost nearly everything to identity theft.
With the public comment period over, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is looking at completing within two years a document that will govern water usage in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River basin.
Canine companions have long been used in search and rescue missions, and now a handful of Dawson County residents are putting their equine companions to work saving lives.
In early 2009, no one predicted that it would be one of the rainiest years on record.
A local nonprofit is encouraging Dawson County sportsmen to keep hunting in order to benefit other local nonprofit agencies.
Keep Dawson County Beautiful has expanded efforts this holiday season to give Dawson County residents more opportunities to recycle their live Christmas trees.
Chris Kimble of Dawsonville doesn't do New Year's resolutions.
A fire that may have started in the laundry room Saturday afternoon destroyed the home of Dawson County Sheriff Billy Carlisle.
Even without a crystal ball, there's no doubt that Dawson County will see some major changes take place in 2015.
North Georgia is bracing for extremely cold temperatures, most likely the coldest the area has felt since last January.
The Dawsonville Pool Room will once again open for lunch on New Year's Day and welcomes everyone to ring in 2015 with the southern tradition of collard greens, black-eyed peas and hog jowls.
Looking back on 2014, it would be difficult and a bit deceiving to continue calling Dawsonville and Dawson County a quiet mountain town.
The bridge that crosses the Etowah River on Hwy. 53 East will soon bear the name of a local man who made positive impacts on the lives of numerous scouts in Dawson County.