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County hopes rebar firm spurs growth

County officials hope their deal with Commercial Metals Company is just the beginning of the expansi...

Students show off their holiday spirit

Students show off their holiday spirit

Collect, distribute food locally
On Nov. 23, FFA advisor and King George High School agriculture and ...

KG officials ready to OK rebar company plan

The King George Board of Supervisors is expected to OK Commercial Metals Company’s plan to invest $1...

County workers to get 2% pay raise

King George County employees will receive 2 percent pay raises effective Jan. 1.
The King George Boar...

getting a jump on holiday shopping

getting a jump on holiday shopping

Christmas shoppers and visitors from throughout the area mingled with local artists and crafters Nov...

King George shows off its holiday spirit

King George shows off its holiday spirit

Local organizations step up to fill Thanksgiving meal void left by Social Services

There were two l...

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A Holly Jolly time was had by all

The annual Holly Jolly Market brought friends and neighbors out to shop locally for unique Christmas gifts, farm produce and baked goods, while throwing in some  holiday camaraderie for free.  

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Ho-Ho-Holiday fun for all

The King George County Historical Society hosted its first annual Christmas Festival Dec. 7 outside the courthouse.

Read more: Ho-Ho-Holiday fun for all

Students show off their holiday spirit

Collect, distribute food locally
On Nov. 23, FFA advisor and King George High School agriculture and horticulture teacher Stan Mitchell and members of the FFA organized, packed and delivered 30 turkey food packages to fellow students and families in need throughout the King George community.

Read more: Students show off their holiday spirit

KG officials ready to OK rebar company plan

The King George Board of Supervisors is expected to OK Commercial Metals Company’s plan to invest $12 million to relocate and expand its manufacturing operations in a 75,000-square-foot facility on 30 acres of land in the industrial park.

Read more: KG officials ready to OK rebar company plan

getting a jump on holiday shopping

Christmas shoppers and visitors from throughout the area mingled with local artists and crafters Nov. 22-23 at the annual King George Craft Fair.
In addition to music and shopping, there was plenty of good food.

Read more: getting a jump on holiday shopping

King George shows off its holiday spirit

Local organizations step up to fill Thanksgiving meal void left by Social Services

There were two large-scale efforts in King George in the last week to help those in need receive a traditional Thanksgiving meal.
After the King George Social Services Department said it would be unable to provide its traditional Thanksgiving basket program, county residents stepped up to help some of the 500-plus families who would not receive a basket.

Read more: King George shows off its holiday spirit

Planning commission wants to ban fracking

The King George Planning Commission tentatively agreed last week to send a report to the county Board of Supervisors advising deletion of all existing provisions referencing exploratory drilling for oil and/or natural gas in the county ordinance.
Deletion of those references would have the effect of prohibiting fracking.

Read more: Planning commission wants to ban fracking

Family Fun Day packs the house

More than 600 attend; event ‘a great success

More than 600 people participated Nov. 8 in the 2nd Annual King George Family Fun Day at the King George Community Center.

Read more: Family Fun Day packs the house

 

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