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Free summer meals program for kids gets major expansion

Free summer meals program for kids gets major expansion

The King George Public School division is participating in a summer food program which enhances the ...

KG planners mull beekeeping request for residential zoning

A recommendation on whether to allow backyard beekeeping in Residential zoning (R-1, R-2 and R-3) is...

KGEF gives Excellence Awards to school system staffers

KGEF gives Excellence Awards to school system staffers

The King George Education Foundation’s second annual Evening of Excellence on May 16 was emcee...

Wolf Trap arts program lends hand to PES students

Wolf Trap arts program lends hand to PES students

Puppets add playful note to STEM lessons
Potomac Elementary School’s kindergartners had a recen...

Service Authority sets rate hike hearing

7 % increase planned beginning July 1
 The King George Service Authority is holding a public hea...

Outdoor center at Shiloh Park added to budget

Outdoor center at Shiloh Park added to budget

The King George Planning Commission reviewed a new capital project request unveiled and distributed ...

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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’

Judge: Crouch must pay $22,500 in fines

Robert Crouch, the former operator of Meadow Brooke Memorial Gardens Cemetery in King George, who was freed from prison in June after the Virginia Court of Appeals overturned his five felony convictions for obtaining money by false pretenses, has been ordered to pay $22,500 in fines for failing to deposit money in trust accounts.

Read more: Judge: Crouch must pay $22,500 in fines

KGHS names assistant principal

Mary Fisher has been appointed as an assistant principal at King George High School, ending her two-year stint as principal of Colonial Beach Elementary School.

Read more: KGHS names assistant principal

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

 

 

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