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Leckner auto dealer holds grand opening in KG

Leckner auto dealer holds grand opening in KG

The Leckner Ford and Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram grand opening took place on May 14, with lots of custom...

KG Farmers Market opens for season

KG Farmers Market opens for season

The King George Farmers Market opened Saturday for the 2016 season, with asparagus, greens, strawber...

School Board makes cuts to meet budget

Raises still included for some
The King George County School Board approved a list of reductions to c...

S2S program helps students adjust to new school after military, other moves

S2S program helps students adjust to new school after military, other moves

A school program is making a big difference to new kids entering King George’s two secondary s...

KG Supervisors agree to allow beekeeping in residential zones

KG Supervisors agree to allow beekeeping in residential zones

Yolanda Williams successfully persuaded the King George County Board of Supervisors to consider allo...

King George tax hike, budget approved

The King George County Board of Supervisors approved new taxation rates on April 19 for 2016

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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 kids get their school year off to a good start.  

Read more: YMCA’s Bright Beginnings helps kids start school year right

King George AM Bus Routes - 2015-2016

King George AM Bus Routes - 2015-2016

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KG holds 5th Annual National Night Out

The King George Sheriff’s department hosted its fifth annual ‘Night Out’ against crime on Aug. 4, with Sheriff Steve Dempsey emceeing the event.

Read more: KG holds 5th Annual National Night Out

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 to make to online performance report cards to make them more user-friendly.

Read more: VDOE seeking input from parents on school performance ‘report cards’

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 in King George schools.

Read more: Summer holiday winding down for King George students

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 Boyd’s appointment at a special meeting on July 29.
Boyd’s first day was Aug. 3.

Read more: Boyd takes reins as principal at King George High School

Farmer’s Market offers local bounty

Sunny skies and a bountiful harvest were the watchwords last Saturday at the King George Farmer’s Market.  Residents from around the Northern Neck showed up to buy locally grown, fresh produce.

Area growers offer a cornucopia of vegetables ranging from sweet corn to crunchy cucumbers to fresh string beans

Photo by Phyllis Cook

County celebrates new business openings

New business owners Hazel Harris (left) and son, Raymond Brooks Jr., (right) flank King George Supervisor Cedell Brooks Jr. and Linwood Thomas, the county’s director of economic development, moments after a July 10 ribbon cutting to celebrate the joint grand opening their two new businesses, LeZah’s Boutique & Consignment and BDB’s Barbershop. The new businesses are located at 12302 James Madison Pkwy.

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