By Beau Evans—Staff Writer, Capitol Beat News Service
The Dahlonega City Council will be discussing whether or not to amend the State of Emergency Declaration and Ordinance, that they unanimously passed last week, to include more restrictions due to c
When Brandon and Hollie Lytle opened Dahlonega’s newest social house earlier this year, it was designed with very clear intentions: be a place where the community gathers.
As is the case anytime school is out of session, when schools were forced to close their doors as a result of the coronavirus, it left hundreds of kids across Lumpkin County wondering how their lun
Small businesses have established themselves as a part of the Dahlonega community by always being ready to support whoever is in need.
Now they are the ones in need of support.