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Potomac Elementary School volunteer Annie Cupka recognized as Virginia PTA Volunteer of the Year

Potomac Elementary School volunteer Annie Cupka recognized as Virginia PTA Volunteer of the Year

The King George County School Board honored Potomac Elementary parent and substitute teacher An...

King George planners propose to add ‘solar farm’ in Industrial zoning district uses

The King George County Planning Commission is recommending the Board of Supervisors amend the c...

Vietnam War Commemoration event celebrates Retired Brigadier General Wilma L. Vaught

Vietnam War Commemoration event celebrates Retired Brigadier General Wilma L. Vaught

Retired U.S. Air Force Brigadier General Wilma L. Vaught captivated an audience of 75 people on...

King George Chairwoman Ruby Brabo selected as one of 25 women nationally for Women in Government honors

King George Chairwoman Ruby Brabo selected as one of 25 women nationally for Women in Government honors

King George County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Ruby Brabo is one of 25 women selected for a...

Kinsale Museum holds Gilligan's Island fundraiser

Kinsale Museum holds Gilligan's Island fundraiser

Who could have predicted when the Kinsale Foundation was launched back in 1977 that its twin mission...

King George pharmacy robbery goes to grand jury

A preliminary hearing was held in King George General District Court last week for a King George man...

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King George AM Bus Routes - 2015-2016

King George AM Bus Routes - 2015-2016

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KG holds 5th Annual National Night Out

The King George Sheriff’s department hosted its fifth annual ‘Night Out’ against crime on Aug. 4, with Sheriff Steve Dempsey emceeing the event.

Read more: KG holds 5th Annual National Night Out

VDOE seeking input from parents on school performance ‘report cards’

The Virginia Department of Education is asking parents and other members of the public what changes to make to online performance report cards to make them more user-friendly.

Read more: VDOE seeking input from parents on school performance ‘report cards’

Summer holiday winding down for King George students

The lazy days of summer continue all the way through August for most, but not this year for students in King George schools.

Read more: Summer holiday winding down for King George students

Boyd takes reins as principal at King George High School

Jesse Boyd has been named as the new principal of King George High School.
The school board approved Boyd’s appointment at a special meeting on July 29.
Boyd’s first day was Aug. 3.

Read more: Boyd takes reins as principal at King George High School

Farmer’s Market offers local bounty

Sunny skies and a bountiful harvest were the watchwords last Saturday at the King George Farmer’s Market.  Residents from around the Northern Neck showed up to buy locally grown, fresh produce.

Area growers offer a cornucopia of vegetables ranging from sweet corn to crunchy cucumbers to fresh string beans

Photo by Phyllis Cook

County celebrates new business openings

New business owners Hazel Harris (left) and son, Raymond Brooks Jr., (right) flank King George Supervisor Cedell Brooks Jr. and Linwood Thomas, the county’s director of economic development, moments after a July 10 ribbon cutting to celebrate the joint grand opening their two new businesses, LeZah’s Boutique & Consignment and BDB’s Barbershop. The new businesses are located at 12302 James Madison Pkwy.

Photo by Phyllis Cook

King George supervisors to review fracking regs before public hearing

The King George Board of Supervisors is expected on July 21 to review its proposed ordinance amendments for drilling, along with some new language for the county’s Comprehensive Plan pertaining to fracking.
Jack Green, Director of Community Development, said he would provide a review of fracking amendments and ask supervisors to set a date for a public hearing.

Read more: King George supervisors to review fracking regs before public hearing

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