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Beat heat with taste of Christmas

Beat heat with taste of Christmas

Farmers market to host event with Santa, Ms. Claus
King George Farmers Market will hold its second an...

Judges’ verdict:  New courthouse needed in KG

Judges’ verdict: New courthouse needed in KG

Two judges came to a verdict last week in King George and pronounced the need for a new courthouse i...

Regional officials gather to discuss health care facility options

The need for a freestanding emergency room in King George was outlined and stressed at a regional me...

CORRECTION

In the June 29 edition, the name of the person accused of embezzling money from Project Faith was in...

STEM camp winds kids up

STEM camp winds kids up

King George Elementary School hosted the nationally recognized Camp Invention again this year, focus...

Pending fracking rules to tighten for N. Neck

King George County attorney Eric Gregory provided a brief update to the county Board of Supervisors ...

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Supervisors plan to hike taxes to raise Co. salaries

Proposal would bring KG in line with close by systems
The King George County School Board and the county Board of Supervisors are showing what they say is their commitment to  giving school employees raises to make them more competitive with nearby localities, but they are raising taxes to do it.

Read more: Supervisors plan to hike taxes to raise Co. salaries

King George real estate tax to go up maximum of 7 cents

Personal property tax expected to rise as much as 25 cents per $100 valuation
The King George Board of Supervisors will this week get details on a draft 2016-17 budget incorporating a 7-cent hike on real estate taxes and 25-cent increase on personal property taxes.

Read more: King George real estate tax to go up maximum of 7 cents

Brabo recusal, abstention recalls bad blood of altered letter in 2013

King George Board of Supervisors Chairperson Ruby Brabo abstained from voting on holding a second hearing on a Community Development Block Grant requested by Project Faith, presented by its executive director, Froncé Wardlaw.

Read more: Brabo recusal, abstention recalls bad blood of altered letter in 2013

Speakers favor teacher raise plan at hearing

The King George Board of Supervisors and the School Board moved forward separately last week as part of their individual budget deliberations.

Read more: Speakers favor teacher raise plan at hearing

King George board OKs resolution for Va. to acquire trail

The King George Supervisors voted unanimously in support of the Dahlgren Heritage Railroad Trail’s acquisition by the state Department of Conservation & Recreation to become part of Caledon State Park, at the request of the Dahlgren Navy base.

Read more: King George board OKs resolution for Va. to acquire trail

Brabo takes reins on KG board

The King George Board of Supervisors is making changes under the leadership of at-large Supervisor Ruby Brabo, unanimously elected chairman at its first meeting Jan. 5.

Read more: Brabo takes reins on KG board

Architectural proposals under review for middle school expansion project

Proposals for architectural services are under review by county and division officials for selection of a firm to provide design services to expand King George Middle School.

Read more: Architectural proposals under review for middle school expansion project

King George 2016 organizational meetings set

The two King George elected boards have each set their organizational meetings for 2016.
The Board of Supervisors will hold its organizational meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 5, in the ground floor board meeting room in the Revercomb Administration Building located behind the King George Courthouse.

Read more: King George 2016 organizational meetings set

 

 

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