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YMCA’s Bright Beginnings helps kids start school year right

YMCA’s Bright Beginnings helps kids start school year right

The King George YMCA held its annual Bright Beginnings event last week to help dozens of deserving k...

King George AM Bus Routes - 2015-2016

King George AM Bus Routes - 2015-2016

KG holds 5th Annual National Night Out

KG holds 5th Annual National Night Out

The King George Sheriff’s department hosted its fifth annual ‘Night Out’ against c...

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 ...

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...

Boyd takes reins as principal at King George High School

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...

 

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Details needed on Project Faith

It remains a mystery whether the HELP Center project proposed by Project FAITH on 5.3 acres of land given to it by the county will ever get off the ground.

If it doesn’t, or if the performance agreement and or terms of the deed of gift are deemed by the Board of Supervisors to be violated, a

Read more: Details needed on Project Faith

Altered RCC letter raises questions about HELP Center

Who altered a Rappahannock Community College letter expressing support for the HELP Center project proposed for King George County?

What does the discovery of the altered letter mean for the future of the proposed $8.4 million project?

Read more: Altered RCC letter raises questions about HELP Center

Sheriff investigating shooting at Presidential Village

The King George County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a Friday night shooting at the Presidential Village townhouse development. Deputies responding to an emergency call at a townhouse on Inaugural Drive found a 37-year-old King George man suffering from a gunshot wound.

Read more: Sheriff investigating shooting at Presidential Village

Margaret Ransone announces bid for reelection to 99th District Delegate Seat

Margaret Ransone, the Westmoreland County businesswoman and mother of two who ran a successful come-from-behind campaign to win election to the Virginia House of Delegates in 2011, has announced for reelection. Ransone is a Republican.
Ransone and dozens of supporters gathered in the rain on the steps of the Westmoreland County Courthouse Saturday to celebrate her first term accomplishments and her goals for a second term as the area’s 99th District delegate.

Read more: Margaret Ransone announces bid for reelection to 99th District Delegate Seat

Dahlgren Road intersection project gets $4.2 million in funding

A project for Dahlgren Road (Route 206) improvements at its intersection with Owens Drive (Route 624) and Windsor Drive (Route 218) has been approved for $4.2 million in funding. The project is slated to be advertised for construction later this fall.

Read more: Dahlgren Road intersection project gets $4.2 million in funding

Scouts launch

Cub Scout Pack 191 held a rocket launch Saturday, April 13, at Larry Carr’s farm.  The boys each made a rocket from kits donated by Mr. Pete Adams, and Pete provided the motors and launch pads at the event.  Each scout was able to launch his rocket twice.  


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KG Sheriff’s Office seeking suspects in armed robbery

The King George County Sheriff’s Office is seeking two men who robbed The Last Chance Tobacco Store in Dahlgren of several thousand dollars in cash and cigarettes last week.  The suspects fled the scene in a white or silver Chevrolet Spark.

According to a clerk at the store, who asked not to be identified, two males entered the small store at 4863 James

Read more: KG Sheriff’s Office seeking suspects in armed robbery

Pickleball has KG YMCA members jumping for joy

It’s ping pong on steroids, with the benefits of physical fitness, and an addictive fun aspect. Welcome to the world of Pickleball, the newest recreational sensation for youths to seniors that will have your body feeling vibrant and rejuvenated.

Read more: Pickleball has KG YMCA members jumping for joy

 

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