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King George Industrial Park under consideration for established Virginia business

Authorization to proceed with appraisal of a lot in the King George Industrial Park was provided on ...

King George Ruritan Club honors county veterans

The King George Ruritan Club’s annual Veterans Day program proudly recognized five King George...

South Korean minister of national defense tours directed energy facilities at Dahlgren base

U.S. Navy scientists and engineers briefed a delegation of defense officials from the Republic of Ko...

King George School Board honors its longest-serving bus drivers

Four senior school bus drivers for King George County Public Schools were honored for their excellen...

Complaints over dirt bike noise at Cleydael, again

Complaints over noise caused by dirt bike events adjacent to Cleydael subdivision in King George hav...

State update on gas and oil drilling regulatory process

The King George Board of Supervisors heard a report from Michael Skiffington, Policy and Planning Ma...

 

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Saturday was the grand re-opening of L. E. Smoot Memorial Library after a construction project that expanded the facility from 11,000 sq. ft. to 28,000 sq. ft.  After the ribbon-cutting, the throngs gathered for the ceremony streamed into the building to check out books, etc., along with all  of the new features of the library.

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Ready to volunteer

Cyrus Wise, 3, and Israel, almost 2 and in the Farmers Market wagon, donned firefighter hats ready to volunteer to serve the community at the King George Volunteer Fair, held on Sept. 21 at the Farmers’ Market.

All county schools rated fully accredited

 

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All five King George schools have been rated fully accredited by the state.

That was the news gleaned from last week’s release from the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) in its announcement on Sept. 20.

Read more: All county schools rated fully accredited

“Anticipated litigation” threatened over HELP center

“Anticipated litigation” threatened over HELP center

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Project FAITH has issued a strong threat of legal action against King George County.

Read more: “Anticipated litigation” threatened over HELP center

Sweetfrog is a happy place to visit

The new Dahlgren Sweetfrog frozen yogurt store with flavors like island banana, orchard cherry, outrageous orange and mountain blackberry, has only been open for a little over six months, but it is swiftly becoming the place to visit for King George residents.

Read more: Sweetfrog is a happy place to visit

Ribbon Cutting for Smoot Library

Smoot Memorial Library invites you to the Grand Reopening and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony.  The ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28.  

Read more: Ribbon Cutting for Smoot Library

Make way for the Blue Knights!

On Saturday, at the Sheetz service station, Captain Holmes of the Essex County Police Department, and Blue Knights International Motorcycle Club led over 100 law enforcement motorcycle enthusiasts through King George in their first annual poker-run.

Read more: Make way for the Blue Knights!

Dahlgren Heritage Museum to hold first events in October

After planning and fundraising for several years, the long- awaited Dahlgren Heritage Museum is preparing to hold its first events and begin its mission to tell the story of the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Dahlgren.

“We have a terrific story to tell, an incredible story of innovation,” said Ed Jones, President of the Dahlgren Heritage Foundation.

Read more: Dahlgren Heritage Museum to hold first events in October

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