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Md voters will decide fate of Riverboat in referendum in fall

Colonial Beach Mayor Mike Ham announced at the close of the March 24 council meeting that he testified before the Maryland House of Delegates Ways and Means Committee expressing the council's support for Maryland House Bill 647.

Read more: Md voters will decide fate of Riverboat in referendum in fall

Adult literacy training available

Raechon Coefield, GoodSkills Literacy Corps Tutor for Goodwill/AmeriCorps spoke at the Feb 11 Colonial Beach Town Council meeting to discuss her services.

Read more: Adult literacy training available

Loss of mural is downside of restroom work

Colonial Beach decides to demolish, not renovate
One of Colonial Beach's town-owned buildings that houses the public restrooms for the boardwalk is slated for demolition.

Read more: Loss of mural is downside of restroom work

Martin energizes stakeholders to promote local tourism

Over 20 stakeholders from Colonial Beach and the surrounding area attended a Learn and Luncheon held by Virginia Tourism Corporation. Development Specialist Staci Martin helped the group identify strengths and weaknesses in Colonial Beach.

Read more: Martin energizes stakeholders to promote local tourism

Unexpected death of Swamp Da Wamp leader casts pall

Fans of Gig Michaels, lead singer of the band Swamp Da Wamp, were shocked to hear of his death Jan 3, just a day before the singer’s 52nd birthday. Friends and family are still grieving the loss.

Read more: Unexpected death of Swamp Da Wamp leader casts pall

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