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The Home & Craft Show brings warmer temps

The Home & Craft Show brings warmer temps

A good antidote to cabin fever

The 26th Annual King George Home and Craft Show drew large crowds th...

King George to settle with bankrupt broadband company

Wireless Authority update:

The King George Wireless Authority attempted to bring affordable wireles...

father/daughter princess ball

father/daughter princess ball

The King George Parks and Recreation Department hosted a Father/Daughter Princess Ball event Feb. 28...

Supervisors unveil $38.5M 2015-16 budget

The King George County Board of Supervisors reviewed its approximately $38.5 million budget  for 201...

Celebrating Black History month

Celebrating Black History month

King George has its share of prominent African-Americans
Every February, the nation celebrates Black ...

Group looks to help homeless vets

The Fleet Reserve Association, which represents active duty, reserves and retired members of the U.S...

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KG seeks best bang for tourism bucks

King George Director of Economic Development Linwood Thomas has been tasked with coming up with ideas for the use of $42,000 toward some tourism efforts, as well as to consider how future annual amounts of about $79,000 from a county tax could be spent.

Read more: KG seeks best bang for tourism bucks

Supervisors mull adding 4th fire station

A fourth fire station in Shiloh would reduce response times for calls, said King George Fire Chief David Moody.

Read more: Supervisors mull adding 4th fire station

King George meeting smoothes budget fight

The King George Board of Supervisors and the School Board had a productive meeting last week to discuss budget issues brewing for the last several weeks.

Read more: King George meeting smoothes budget fight

Supervisors set to talk money, fracking Thursday

The King George Board of Supervisors has a jam-packed special meeting this week, including talks with the school board about this year’s budget and possible decisions regarding fracking.

Read more: Supervisors set to talk money, fracking Thursday

CIP requests to be reviewed by King George Supervisors

The King George Board of Supervisors plans to review the Planning Commission’s rankings for this year’s capital projects list proposed for the next five years during a jam-packed special work session meeting agenda on Aug. 21.

Read more: CIP requests to be reviewed by King George Supervisors

KG Board updates Tech Advisory committee

The King George Board of Supervisors added another member to a planned Technology Advisory committee and also agreed to make a change in the groups’ charter.

Read more: KG Board updates Tech Advisory committee

Supervisors postpone remainder of School Board appropriations; call for August joint meeting

At a meeting the previous week on June 24, Supervisors had approved allocations of funding for the first quarter of 2014-15 for schools and all county departments, with the expectation that changes would be coming in the amounts for state revenue at the next meeting in mid-July.

Read more: Supervisors postpone remainder of School Board appropriations; call for August joint meeting

Landfill vertical expansion explored

King George officials have been considering vertical expansion and gathering information about it since Waste Management District Manager Tom Cue first floated the idea more than a year and a half ago.

Read more: Landfill vertical expansion explored

 

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