Last Monday the City Council unanimously voted to pass a new Dark Skies Ordinance which will regulate light pollution.
Dahlonega city councilwoman Helen Hardman announced earlier this week that she will be moving from Dahlonega to be closer to her family
Starting Wednesday, Dec. 2, Cathy McLendon, information specialist at the Dahlonega Visitors Center, said horse-drawn carriage rides will run each day — not including Christmas — until the end of December.
In the recent weeks the enthusiastic debate regarding a proposed 298-bed student apartment complex along Hawkins Street and Happy Hollow Road has not diminished
Lumpkin County High School agriculture students are working hard on a project that will help beautify the downtown area and help them learn by using hands-on experience.
Following the recommendations of staff and the guidelines of the CDC, the Dahlonega City Council agreed not to put on a city sanctioned Halloween event this year.
The future is bright for Dahlonega, but the city council doesn't want that to spoil the quality of life that comes along with clear views of the stars in the night sky.
Folks in Mt. Hope Cemetery will not be allowed to extend their visit any longer into the evening than currently permitted after a vote by the Dahlonega city council last week.
With two public hearings, the city council’s scheduled work session and a Special Call Meeting all on the agenda, the Gary McCullough Chamber of Dahlonega’s City Hall was bustling with activity.