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Redesign plan for central vehicle maintenance facility

Supervisors liked a design concept plan for a future central vehicle maintenance facility on the east side of US 301 (James Madison Parkway), about a half-mile south of the intersection with Route 3 (Kings Hwy).

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Rumor of ‘violent act’ at KGHS unfounded

Rumor of ‘violent act’ at KGHS unfounded - Investigation continues
Superintendent Rob Benson is addressing fears for student safety in King George in the wake of so-far unfounded rumors circulating about a ‘violent act’ said to be planned for Dec. 21 at King George High School (KGHS).

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King George man sentenced to 15 years for heroin distribution

A King George man who sold heroin to an undercover informant on three separate occasions, while working for a private contractor who was constructing the new sheriff’s office, has been sentenced in King George Circuit Court to 15 years in prison, with 11 years suspended.

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Wildlife Center of Virginia released bald eagle in King George

Ed Clark, Executive Director of The Wildlife Center of Virginia, is headed over to the release site with the mature bald eagle.

The Wildlife Center of Virginia, a leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife, released a bald eagle on Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 11 a.m. at the Land’s End Wildlife Management Area, near Port Conway in King George, Virginia.

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Dahlgren Heritage Museum receives $50k donation

Dr. Rob Gates, vice chairman of the Dahlgren Heritage Museum Board introduced guests at the Dahlgren Heritage Museum event at the University of Mary Washington in Dahlgren on Wednesday, Dec. 12 honoring the gift of $50,000 to the Museum by Dominion Resources.

Ed Jones, president of the Board and editor of the Free Lance-Star, accepted the check and told those present at the event that some of the gift will be used to get the museum open and in operation. Plans are to open on a limited basis during 1213 and use the facility for forums and community events.

It is expected that the museum will also become a destination location for travelers because of its location and because the Commonwealth of Virginia will have a tourist kiosk in the building.

In attendance at the event were Senator Richard Stuart and Speaker of the House Bill Howell who helped facilitate the gift. Delegate Margaret Ransone, Dalhgren supervisor Ruby Brabo and James Monroe supervisor John LoBuglio was also in attendance.

 

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