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King George Sheriff's Office arrests, July 27

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Brandon Russell Hamilton, 29, of Indian Head, Md., was charged with entering property to da...

King George Fire Department responds to fire at landfill

A fire of undetermined origin erupted at the King George landfill on Bullock Drive Saturday. A King ...

Dunkin’ Donuts, Baskin-Robbins coming to Dahlgren

King George will be getting a Dunkin’ Donuts in Dahlgren on the vacant parcel next to

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Judges verdict: New courthouse needed in King George

Judges verdict: New courthouse needed in King George

Two judges came to a verdict last week in King George and pronounced the need for a new

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Christmas in July at King George Farmers Market July 23

Christmas in July at King George Farmers Market July 23

King George Farmers Market will hold its second annual Christmas in July market day July 23.

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Sidewalks in King George courthouse area retrofitted

Sidewalks in King George courthouse area retrofitted

Sidewalk ramps were recently retrofitted at 11 locations in the King George courthouse area on

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Shop with the Sheriff brings holiday cheer

The fourth annual Shop With the Sheriff organized by the King George Sheriff’s Office and the King George Family YMCA to help provide Christmas for disadvantaged children was a success for 2015.

Read more: Shop with the Sheriff brings holiday cheer

King George ornament ready for governor’s mansion Christmas tree

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Philip Lehman shows off the official ornament he crafted for King George County to submit for hanging on the official Christmas tree in the governor’s mansion in Richmond.

Photo by George Whitehurst

King George Planning Commission weighs in on fracking regulations

In addition to the King George County Board of Supervisors, the county’s planning commission has sent a list of comments on changes being considered by the Virginia Department of Mines Minerals & Energy for oil and gas drilling, or fracking, in this part of the Commonwealth, known in state code and regulations as the “Tidewater.”

Read more: King George Planning Commission weighs in on fracking regulations

King George County Historical Society 2nd Annual Winter Festival

The second annual Winter Festival was deemed a success with several hundred people gathering at the King George courthouse, museum and Revercomb Building for a community celebration on Dec. 6, with the seasonal event featuring fun for all ages both inside and out.

Read more: King George County Historical Society 2nd Annual Winter Festival

County submits fracking comments

King George approved its comments to go to the Virginia Department of Mines Minerals & Energy for proposed changes the state is contemplating for oil and gas drilling in this part of the commonwealth.
The comments were approved on Dec. 1, with the deadline for submission set for Dec. 4 to the state department overseeing oil and gas drilling, referred to as “fracking.”

Read more: County submits fracking comments

King George singled out as Virginia’s only school district on College Board’s AP honor roll

The College Board last week announced King George County Public Schools as the only school division in Virginia to earn a spot on the sixth annual Advanced Placement District Honor Roll.

Read more: King George singled out as Virginia’s only school district on College Board’s AP honor roll

King George’s fracking comments to be finalized for draft of state regulations

King George is set to finalize its comments for submission to the commonwealth on draft regulations being for oil and gas drilling.
That action is planned for a Dec. 1 meeting of the Board of Supervisors

Read more: King George’s fracking comments to be finalized for draft of state regulations

Axel on patrol as county’s newest police dog

King George County Duty Sheriff Wayland Carter and his partner, Axel, King George’s newest police dog, began work last week.
The new crime fighting partners just graduated from K-9 school and earned their canine services certifications.
Axel is a 17-month old German Shepherd from the Netherlands.

Read more: Axel on patrol as county’s newest police dog

 

 

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