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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...

King George man jailed after high speed pursuit

A King George man is being held in the Rappahannock Regional Jail after leading King George sheriff'...

 

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County sends Notice of Default to Project FAITH

HELP Center deadline passes without start of construction

Project FAITH received a Notice of Default from King George last Friday.

The Aug. 2 letter was sent by King George county attorney Eric Gregory to put Project FAITH on notice that it failed to comply with the terms of the Deed of Gift and the Performance agreement, as amended, regarding commencement of construction of a proposed HELP Center.

Read more: County sends Notice of Default to Project FAITH

Painting fun

The King George Art Guild sponsored one week of art classes for children from July 29 – Aug. 2, at King

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Crouch seeks to appeal cemetery fraud conviction

Robert Ray Crouch — sentenced to five years in prison, fined $35,000 and ordered to pay more than $84,000 in restitution for defrauding customers of the former Meadow-Brooke Memorial Gardens cemetery in King George — has filed a notice of appeal and is seeking to overturn his convictions.

Read more: Crouch seeks to appeal cemetery fraud conviction

Prosecutor and Sheriff crackdown on crime at Walmart

When a class of high school students visited King George Circuit Court earlier this year to view the legal proceedings, 17-year-old Katie Barnum was asked what she learned during her day in court.  Her response was, “Don’t steal from Walmart.”

That would appear to be good advice.  According to King George Commonwealth’s Attorney Keri Gusmann, since the first of the year 27 people have been convicted in King George in connection with thefts at the

Read more: Prosecutor and Sheriff crackdown on crime at Walmart

Ribbons & Bow Ties celebrates One-Year Anniversary

When Mary Moore and her partners opened the specialty store in Dahlgren on July 23 of last year, she envisioned appealing to clientele who were looking for something more than the same-old-same-old items found in most gift shops. Her store, Ribbons & Bow Ties, offers specialty items for gift giving, as well as

Read more: Ribbons & Bow Ties celebrates One-Year Anniversary

HELP Center open forum provides few answers

In response to community concerns about the viability of the proposed HELP Center project, the center’s organizers held an “open community forum” last Thursday at the University of Mary Washington campus in Dahlgren.

Unfortunately, the event appeared to be one step forward and one step back in the effort to build a $8.4 million facility where multiple service agencies serving at risk individuals could be housed under one roof.

Read more: HELP Center open forum provides few answers

Spotsylvania man arrested for March shootings in Dahlgren

The King George County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a Spotsylvania man in connection with a double shooting at the China Garden Restaurant in Dahlgren on March 9 that wounded two King George men.

Read more: Spotsylvania man arrested for March shootings in Dahlgren

Techno Dragons and Nature’s Fury

Chief Dixon and fireman Mike Irbine with the KG Techno Dragons Robotics Club. Club members shown are Cody Dickerson and his brother, James Ponton, Dylan Rorrer, Ryan Rorrer and Cassidy Newman with coach Max Lupton.

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