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School Board considering $15,000,000 in capital requests

The King George School Board discussed a proposed capital projects list as recommended by Superinten...

Shopping in KG to be improved by addition of new stores

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KING GEORGE NARROWING ESTIMATED BUDGET GAP

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DECA at KGHS makes it count in Virginia Beach for State Leadership Conference

DECA at KGHS makes it count in Virginia Beach for State Leadership Conference

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KING GEORGE TEENAGER KILLED IN LOCAL CRASH

Four Others Injured

A teenager is dead following a motor vehicle crash in King George County that took place early Sunday morning (May 9, 2010). At 1:09 a.m.,Virginia State Police Trooper T. D. Green was called to the scene on Route 218, Caledon Road near Basil Road.

A 1999 Isuzu Amigo was traveling eastbound on Route 218 when the driver ran off the right side of the roadway and struck a utility pole before overturning several times.  The driver and three of the four passengers were then ejected from the vehicle. Those who were ejected were not wearing their safety belts.  

Two were flown by med-flight and three others were transported by ambulance to Mary Washington Hospital with serious injuries.  One of the passengers flown to the hospital, Anthony L. Feather, 16, later died from his injuries.

The teenagers, ages 16 –18, were heading to the King George County High School after Prom Party at the time of the crash.  Speed is considered a factor in the crash, which remains under investigation at this time.

Deceased:  Anthony L. Feather, 16, King George, Va.

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