A full day of red, white, and blue festivities is on tap in Dahlonega this Independence Day.
HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK'S EDITION
Lumpkin County Board of Commissioners voted to place a short-term moratorium on development along the entrance ways to Dahlonega known as the Gateway Corridors.
The Dahlonega-Lumpkin County Chamber’s Leadership Lumpkin County class graduated recently, capping the nine-month long program that introduced the students to many aspects of Dahlonega-Lumpkin Coun
The golden tipped steeple of Price Memorial Hall is getting a new $400,000 shine.
The University of North Georgia (UNG) Mike Cottrell College of Business will have a new home in 2022, thanks to a second $10 million gift from its namesake benefactor and $2.3 million in state fund
When it comes to finding a couple who has helped to shape the Dahlonega community during the previous decades, Jimmy and Marie Faulkner are an easy choice.
With an ATV event scheduled for May 4-5 at Iron Mountain Park, neighbors of the 4,300 acre site that was purchased last year by Craig Stansberry will “have the opportunity to hear how loud it will
At their April meeting each year, the Lumpkin County Historical Society presents the Madeleine K.