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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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Caledon Festival draws enthusiastic attendees

The rain did not go away, but the residents and visitors to Saturday’s Art and Wine Festival at Caledon State Park were determined not to come back another day.

Read more: Caledon Festival draws enthusiastic attendees

Fracking hearing spurs passionate debate

The Virginia Department of Mines Minerals and Energy’s 2 p.m. meeting on Nov. 2 drew 50 people in King George last week, with most of the 15 speakers asking for stricter regs in regard to fracking.
Some speakers asked for a ban on the practice in this part of the state, citing the potential for contamination of aquifers, the underground sources of water.

Read more: Fracking hearing spurs passionate debate

Kids enjoy ghoulish good time at King George Halloween Fun Fest

More than 100 children and 150 parents attended King George Department of Parks and Recreation’s annual Halloween Funfest.
The fun evening included 15 carnival games, a flashlight egg hunt and a donut-eating race. Mystery walkers gave prizes for great costumes.

Read more: Kids enjoy ghoulish good time at King George Halloween Fun Fest

Sisson, Brabo compete for At-large supervisor’s seat in King George

Dahlgren Supervisor Ruby Brabo is challenging At-Large incumbent Supervisor Dale Sisson in the Nov. 3 election.
The Board of Supervisors is a five-member board with staggered terms of four years for each member with three new terms beginning on Jan. 1, 2016.

Read more: Sisson, Brabo compete for At-large supervisor’s seat in King George

Granger, Scaramozzi compete for James Madison District BOS seat

James Madison District voters will have a choice of two candidates on the ballot for that district’s seat on the King George Board of Supervisors on Nov. 3.
Richard A. Granger and Anthony A. “Tony” Scaramozzi are each seeking the position.

Read more: Granger, Scaramozzi compete for James Madison District BOS seat

2015 King George Fall Festival Pagent winners

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Elena Bianca De La Rosa is crowned Miss King George Fall Festical Queen.

Read more: 2015 King George Fall Festival Pagent winners

Fall Festival offers good time for all

The King George High School Marching Band fired up the crowd during the parade that kicked off the the King George Fall Festival. Area residents celebrated the arrival of the fall season with a day of games, fellowship, crafts and good food.

Read more: Fall Festival offers good time for all

Black, Jenkins compete for Dahlgren District supervisor seat

Dahlgren voters will have a choice of two new candidates on the ballot for that district’s seat on the King George Board of Supervisors on Nov. 3.

Read more: Black, Jenkins compete for Dahlgren District supervisor seat

 

 

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