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Legion Post 329 gives to KGES for student supplies

American Legion Post 329 Commander James T. Johnson, King George Elementary School Principal Ron Mon...

African-American Education Trail meeting in Montross Sept. 13

A meeting to discuss and gather information to continue to map locations for an online Northern Neck...

Ceiling collapses spur emergency board meeting for approval of Courthouse HVAC contract

The King George Board of Supervisors held an emergency meeting at midday on Aug. 30 to approve a $14...

Angelwood Marshall Homes one step closer to $695K startup funding

Project Faith’s grant application for $695,000 for infrastructure costs for its proposed Angel...

King George police car targeted in drive-by shooting

Between 5:30 p.m. Aug. 28 and 8 a.m. Aug. 29 a marked King George Sheriff’s Office patrol vehi...

Court denies bond to Fairview Beach man charged with sexual battery

King George Circuit Court Judge Herbert Hewitt last week denied bond to a 29-year-old man charged wi...

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Planning commission wants to ban fracking

The King George Planning Commission tentatively agreed last week to send a report to the county Board of Supervisors advising deletion of all existing provisions referencing exploratory drilling for oil and/or natural gas in the county ordinance.
Deletion of those references would have the effect of prohibiting fracking.

Read more: Planning commission wants to ban fracking

Family Fun Day packs the house

More than 600 attend; event ‘a great success

More than 600 people participated Nov. 8 in the 2nd Annual King George Family Fun Day at the King George Community Center.

Read more: Family Fun Day packs the house

Art and wine lovers unite at Caledon State Park

The chilly weather and slight drizzle didn’t deter the droves of attendees at the Nov. 1 Caledon Art & Wine Festival. They enjoyed sampling wines and barbecue and other specialty foods, as well as seeing what the area’s finest artisans had to offer.

Read more: Art and wine lovers unite at Caledon State Park

Sealston girl, 12, is doing her part to make a difference in animals’ lives

This past Saturday, Oct. 25, was National Make a Difference Day, a day when volunteers from across the nation devote time to helping others.
It also was a day for Kenley Gill to shine.

Read more: Sealston girl, 12, is doing her part to make a difference in animals’ lives

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

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