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Candidate forums slated for King George local elections

With the passage of Labor Day, the official campaign season has begun for local candidates in King George, as can be observed along the roadside, with more and more campaign signs popping up.
The Hopyard Residents Association held a forum on Sept. 10, organized by Jean Hudson, providing an opportunity for a group of about 40 county residents to hear from various candidates. There was a heavy interest in the contests for the board of supervisors and school board seats from the James Madison and At-Large election districts.

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Incumbent constitutional officers face no opposition in November election

There are five constitutional offices up for election Nov. 3 in King George, with incumbents in three of the seats seeking reelection unopposed.

Read more: Incumbent constitutional officers face no opposition in November election

Profiles: Two seek seats on conservation district

This is the first in a series of brief profiles to introduce King George voters to the candidates running for election to the 13 open seats in local elections for the county on Nov. 3.

Read more: Profiles: Two seek seats on conservation district

Supervisors to hold public hearing next week on fracking rules

The King George Board of Supervisors will take public comment at a 6 p.m. meeting on Sept. 1 on proposals to tighten rules for oil and gas drilling in the county zoning ordinance and the Comprehensive Plan pertaining to fracking.

Read more: Supervisors to hold public hearing next week on fracking rules

King George schools back in session!

Students at King George Elementary School prepare to board busses after after a bright, sunny first day of school.

Read more: King George schools back in session!

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