Word on the street is, Lumpkin County roads have a growing litter problem.
The Dahlonega Nugget is pleased to present two exciting upgrades to its service: our brand new website and e-Edition, a digital version of our newspaper.
When Georgia Insurance & Fire Safety Commissioner Ralph T.
It’s official—taxes are going up by between 13 and 14 percent, depending on where you live. In the unincorporated part of Lumpkin County, the millage will go from last year’s 11.42 to 13.087.
Learning isn’t what it used to be at Long Branch Elementary School.