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Gym home  to 102 years of memories

Gym home to 102 years of memories

Today, the facility sits silently behind fences and yellow tape.

It’s a far cry from the raucous sce...

Yellow Ribbon Fund soldiers to be honored in CB

The Yellow Ribbon Fund is well-known for its work in bridging the gaps in funding and care for injur...

CB rescue squad will stay open

CB rescue squad will stay open

The Colonial Beach Rescue Squad will be allowed to remain in its home despite safety concerns expres...

Rasing the flag

Rasing the flag

Eagle Scout project brings new pole to CB High School

For more than a year, Joseph Baker helped rai...

Council tables nuisance rule

At the Aug 14 Colonial Beach Town Council Meeting, the public hearing to amend the the town’s nuisan...

Grant to help with CB home ownership

A few lucky, willing, residents of Colonial Beach soon may move from rental units to home ownership ...

 

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Injured vets honored after bus breaks down on way to event

Colonial Beach’s effort to honor two dozen injured soldiers from Walter Reed Army Medical Center literally broke down Sunday when the bus carrying the wounded warriors was disabled by a broken hose on Route 205 just inside the Westmoreland County line.

Read more: Injured vets honored after bus breaks down on way to event

Ex-chief sues town for $400K

Former Colonial Beach Police Chief Kenneth Blevins, Sr. has filed suit in Westmoreland County Circuit Court seeking $400,000 in damages from the town in a breach of contract claim. The suit alleges Blevins had a valid employment contract but “resigned under duress” as a result of pressure from the Colonial Beach Town Council.

Read more: Ex-chief sues town for $400K

Colonial Beach Important Notice

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Due to the relocation of

The Town Manager’s Office, Town Clerk’s Office and Treasurer’s Office

 Town Hall Offices will be closed to the public on

 Thursday, September 4, 2014 and

Friday, September 5, 2014

Read more: Colonial Beach Important Notice

Gym home to 102 years of memories

Today, the facility sits silently behind fences and yellow tape.

It’s a far cry from the raucous scenes that played out for 102 years of Drifters’ pride that occurred at the former Colonial Beach High School.

Read more: Gym home to 102 years of memories

Yellow Ribbon Fund soldiers to be honored in CB

The Yellow Ribbon Fund is well-known for its work in bridging the gaps in funding and care for injured military men and women while they are recovering.

More than two dozen injured fighting men and women will be honored Sept. 7 in Colonial Beach.

Read more: Yellow Ribbon Fund soldiers to be honored in CB

CB rescue squad will stay open

The Colonial Beach Rescue Squad will be allowed to remain in its home despite safety concerns expressed by the town’s building inspector.

Read more: CB rescue squad will stay open

Rasing the flag

Eagle Scout project brings new pole to CB High School

For more than a year, Joseph Baker helped raise the American Flag at the Colonial Beach High School. So it was no surprise when Baker decided to make adding a new flagpole his Eagle Scout Project.

Read more: Rasing the flag

Council tables nuisance rule

At the Aug 14 Colonial Beach Town Council Meeting, the public hearing to amend the the town’s nuisance ordinance was anything but structured or productive so the council voted to table the ordinance.

Read more: Council tables nuisance rule

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