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Water, sewer rates proposed to increase by seven percent

Rise will fund salary increases to help keep competitive
The King George Service Authority is conside...

Nationally recognized STEM summer program coming to KGES June 6 to 10

King George Elementary School will again host Camp Invention this June.
It’s a nationally reco...

King George approves $43,000 for feasibility study for wastewater treatment plant

The King George Board of Supervisors authorized a purchase order in the amount of $43,000 for Draper...

Public comments split over tax increases at KG hearing

The King George County Board of Supervisors heard from 25 residents on April 5 regarding the 2016-17...

Unique Antiques celebrates six years in King George

Unique Antiques celebrates six years in King George

Unique Antiques celebrated its sixth anniversary April 2 with discounts at most of the 150 individua...

Project Faith grant application for $695,000 submitted

CDBG funds sought for more affordable housing units

The on-time submission of a completed grant app...

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Project Faith grant application for $695,000 submitted

CDBG funds sought for more affordable housing units

The on-time submission of a completed grant application to the Virginia Department of Housing & Community Development on March 23 put paid to questions asked at two public hearings about whether it could be completed and submitted on time.

Read more: Project Faith grant application for $695,000 submitted

US 301 bridge construction begins next week

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will begin a construction project next week to rehabilitate the James Madison Memorial Bridge on US 301, located at King George County’s southern border across the Rappahannock River connecting with Caroline County.

Read more: US 301 bridge construction begins next week

Belle Grove named top bed and breakfast by Trip Advisor online site

Belle Grove, the historic King George birthplace of President James Madison, has been named the top-performing bed and breakfast in Virginia by Trip Advisor, the world's largest Internet travel site.

Read more: Belle Grove named top bed and breakfast by Trip Advisor online site

KG students artwork selected

Students from King George County Schools were honored by the School Board on March 21 for their artwork selected for entry into a regional art contest at a Virginia School Boards Association Spring Network Forum on March 7 in Warsaw.

Read more: KG students artwork selected

Dahlgren base main gate closes due to canopy project

Beginning this week on Monday, a two-phase canopy construction project began at the main gate at Dahlgren’s Naval Support Facility, scheduled to be completed by July 29.

Read more: Dahlgren base main gate closes due to canopy project

Home Show attracts thousands to vendors

The 27th Annual King George Home Show drew thousands of area residents and visitors last weekend to King George High School to view vendor displays ranging from home construction and improvement to jellies, jams, nuts and crafts.

Read more: Home Show attracts thousands to vendors

Project Faith grant plan to get another hearing

Board questions developer on details

The first of two public hearings was held on March 1 by the King George Board of Supervisors on behalf of Project Faith’s latest proposal to build single-family houses to sell for less than $200,000 to qualified low- to moderate-income families.

Read more: Project Faith grant plan to get another hearing

State amendment kills trail purchase

An amendment discovered last week in the state Senate’s budget would nix state acquisition of the Dahlgren Heritage Railroad Trail.
The amendment contains the following language:
“It is the intent of the General Assembly that any privately owned Railroad Heritage Trail of approximately 15.7 miles in length and located in King George County, Virginia shall not be purchased, accepted as a donation, or otherwise transferred to the Commonwealth of Virginia for operation as, or affiliation with, any State Park or Natural Heritage Preserve."

Read more: State amendment kills trail purchase

 

 

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