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Beat heat with taste of Christmas

Beat heat with taste of Christmas

Farmers market to host event with Santa, Ms. Claus
King George Farmers Market will hold its second an...

Judges’ verdict:  New courthouse needed in KG

Judges’ verdict: New courthouse needed in KG

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

Regional officials gather to discuss health care facility options

The need for a freestanding emergency room in King George was outlined and stressed at a regional me...

CORRECTION

In the June 29 edition, the name of the person accused of embezzling money from Project Faith was in...

STEM camp winds kids up

STEM camp winds kids up

King George Elementary School hosted the nationally recognized Camp Invention again this year, focus...

Pending fracking rules to tighten for N. Neck

King George County attorney Eric Gregory provided a brief update to the county Board of Supervisors ...

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KG students make magic with 3D printer

King George High School drafting students decided the first use for their latest piece of equipment would be to accessorize Principal Cliff Conway’s favorite school colors outfit by dressing it up with a matching bow tie to go with his ‘wild’ slacks.

Read more: KG students make magic with 3D printer

Business booming for local couple at King George’s Unique Antiques

Unique Antiques Mall, which last year provided much of the furniture for Meg Ryan’s new movie, “Ithaca,” which was filmed in Virginia, is becoming a must-visit destination for collectors of nostalgia and antiques.
“We are really trying to become a destination,” said Cyndi Blake, the store’s manager.

Read more: Business booming for local couple at King George’s Unique Antiques

Supervisors to review fracking amendments

The King George Board of Supervisors is scheduled to take another look at proposed ordinance amendments regulating natural gas drilling along with new language for the county’s Comprehensive Plan pertaining to fracking.

Read more: Supervisors to review fracking amendments

Grzeika to retire from King George board of supervisors at year’s end

King George Supervisor Joe Grzeika will not seek another term in this fall’s election.
“I have made a very difficult decision,” Grzeika told The Journal. “I will not pursue re-election.”
He will continue to serve through the end of his current term on Dec. 31.

Read more: Grzeika to retire from King George board of supervisors at year’s end

Honoring business in King George

King George officials have been saying ‘Thank you’ to county businesses since 2004 by hosting an annual appreciation event. 

Read more: Honoring business in King George

King George water, sewer rates may rise

The King George Service Authority authorized advertising 8 percent rate and fee increases for the coming fiscal year. That unanimous action was taken on May 19. 

Read more: King George water, sewer rates may rise

Defensive driving on tap at KGHS

Why wear a seat belt when you are driving?  Because you are four times more likely to die in a traffic accident if you are not belted in.
That was one of the lessons being taught last week to King George High School by the King George Sheriff’s Office and Drive Smart Virginia.

Read more: Defensive driving on tap at KGHS

Service Authority to discuss water and sewer rate increases

King George Service Authority will discuss specifics on proposed rate increases during special budget meeting on May 13.
The authority was informed on April 21 of a change in state law shortening the lead-time for advertising proposed rate increases.

Read more: Service Authority to discuss water and sewer rate increases

 

 

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