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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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Project Faith wants $300K from county

Attorney says group will give land back for that amount
Project Faith Inc., wants $300,000, or “any reasonable settlement offer,” from the King George Board of Supervisors to give the county back a parcel of land donated in mid-2012.
That’s according to attorney Peter Basanti, who represented Project Faith at an Oct. 21 meeting with the county’s supervisors.

Read more: Project Faith wants $300K from county

Size of county’s debt not a concern, officials say

Call it the great debt debate.
No one disputes King George has about $91.3 million in capital debt; the question is whether that’s a problem or not.

Read more: Size of county’s debt not a concern, officials say

Parish celebrates 300TH in style

The Hanover-with-Brunswick Episcopal Parish celebrated its 300th anniversary with a celebration Oct. 18 at Belle Grove Plantation on the Rappahannock River in King George and an open house of the nearby Emmanuel Church.
The parishioners, area residents and tourists from as far away as Maryland were given guided tours of Emmanuel Church, which was constructed in 1859, and then enjoyed a wine tasting and concert at Belle Grove.

Read more: Parish celebrates 300TH in style

Poor weather can’t dampen event’s spirit

The gray sky set the perfect contrast to the bright fall colors of the 56th annual King George Fall Festival.
Numerous spectators lined the street of downtown King George Oct. 11 with festive anticipation.

Read more: Poor weather can’t dampen event’s spirit

2014 King George Fall Festival-Parade!

Keepin' it Country

King George Fall Festival Parade

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2014 King George Fall Festival- Queen Winners!

Keepin' it Country

2014 King George Fall Festival Queen Winners

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2014 King George Fall Festival-Idol Winners

Keepin' it Country

King George Fall Festival Idol Winners

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Fall Festival ‘keep’n it country’

The King George Fall Festival will celebrate its 56th year with the theme “Keep’n It Country.”
The event is an opportunity for all the people in King George to come together for a time of fun and neighborly fellowship.

Read more: Fall Festival ‘keep’n it country’

 

 

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