- Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2012 19:23
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There is a legal complaint against Project FAITH, Inc., Project FAITH Phase Two Development, LLC, and Angelwood II Management, Inc., that was filed last September 2011 with the King George Circuit Court by engineer and surveyor J.L Howeth, P.C., for breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
Froncé Wardlaw is listed as the registered agent for all three entities named in the
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 February 2012 23:23
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King George High School received recognition last week from the Virginia Department of Education for increasing student participation and achievement for Advanced Placement (AP) courses.
The announcement on Feb. 8 cited King George as one of eight Virginia school divisions, among the 367 districts recognized nationwide, by the College Board for simultaneously increasing
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2012 17:44
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“February for the Heart is the saying for the month at King George High School (KGHS)! Through the month of February, students and staff will be showing their support of the American Heart Association through fundraising and sweet activities! The KGHS Leadership Council, a group of students made up of all the club, class, and organization presidents and their advisors on campus, put this month’s activities in action to promote the American Heart Association and support staff and family members who have been affected by heart disease, attacks, and other ailments. A goal of $1300 has been set for the month’s fundraising efforts. That is less than a
- Last Updated on Monday, 23 January 2012 20:14
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What began as a simple gesture of goodwill, through Facebook, exploded into a viral mechanism of community empowerment. Soon after a former King George High School student posted the statement “You must be from King George/Dahlgren if (fill in the blank)” Facebook entries grew from former students remembering teachers to posting old photos of the old KGHS, currently called old King George Elementary
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Those old enough to remember the hit comedy series “The Beverly Hillbillies” might recall that the patriarch of the Clampett Clan, Jed, was out “shooting’ up at some food when up from the ground came a bubblin’ crude.”
Unfortunately, oil (that is ‘Texas tea and black gold’) isn’t quite that available about the Northern Neck of Virginia. But those currently seeking it believe there is some under our terra firma but getting it might be an economic gamble.
In the oil business it is called “wildcatting” and it is somewhat synonymous with putting a $50 bet on the Virginia Lottery’s Mega Million in hopes of hitting the jackpot. However, Stan Sherrill, land manager of the Shore Exploration and Production Corp., which is hunting the precious fossil fuel in King George, thinks it’s worth it.