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Sealston cell tower approved

A 195-foot cell tower approved last week for the Sealston area in western King George is expected to increase reliable phone service and provide better data transmission and streaming capability on smartphones and other devices.

Read more: Sealston cell tower approved

County developing a new vision for itself

For the average citizen, observing economic development in King George is like watching a duck glide across the surface of Machodoc Creek.

Read more: County developing a new vision for itself

Rain can’t dampen fun for AARP

The 2014 annual AARP Chapter 3195 picnic was moved inside the American Legion Post 89 Building this year because of rain. About 75 members and guests grouped around tables to hear the latest announcements and updates, September birthdays and anniversaries.

Read more: Rain can’t dampen fun for AARP

Project Faith will ask county for $300,000

Project Faith, Inc., says it intends to request $300,000 from the county for expenses related to its still-undeveloped land off Route 3.

Read more: Project Faith will ask county for $300,000

Tension between supervisors, school board in the past

There was a time when the King George Board of Supervisors and King George School Board didn’t get along – at all.

That adversarial relationship between the boards was pretty traditional across the state due to laws providing autonomy for school board officials, while at the same time leaving them with a built-in reliance on local governing bodies for a huge chunk of their annual budget money.

Read more: Tension between supervisors, school board in the past

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