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Colonial Beach elementary school construction on track

Colonial Beach elementary school construction on track

The project manager for the construction of the new Colonial Beach Elementary School told the Coloni...

Tears after tragedy

Tears after tragedy

Jeff Trew of Colonial Beach put together a Vigil for Pulse/Orlando Victims at the CBHS football fiel...

Potomac River Festival draws crowds to Colonial Beach

Potomac River Festival draws crowds to Colonial Beach

The three-day 65th Annual Potomac River Festival went off without a hitch last week drawing thousand...

Blunt details ideas on improving Colonial Beach

Blunt details ideas on improving Colonial Beach

Colonial Beach Vice-Mayor Eddie Blunt, in a prepared address to his fellow council members Thursday,...

Potomac River Festival kicks off summer in CB

Potomac River Festival kicks off summer in CB

Annual crowd-pleaser runs June 10-12, includes carnival, parades, much more for whole family
Firework...

Crabs rebounding, but not happy about rain

Crabs rebounding, but not happy about rain

Recent surveys have shown the blue crab population in the Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac River is at...

 

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Colonial Beach residents, motorcycle enthusiasts gear up for annual Bike Fest

Don’t miss the 2nd Annual Colonial Beach Bike Fest, which will take place Oct. 8-11. This event will feature a variety of activities throughout that weekend including vendors, bike demos and much more.

Read more: Colonial Beach residents, motorcycle enthusiasts gear up for annual Bike Fest

Two enter pleas for Colonial Beach school fire

Two Colonial Beach men have received one-year jail sentences for setting the fire 18 months ago that destroyed the 100-year-old Colonial Beach Elementary School.
The fire that destroyed the historic school disrupted classes for students and teachers and has damaged the finances of the school board and the town.

Read more: Two enter pleas for Colonial Beach school fire

Beach schools welcome students

Colonial Beach Schools held their open house last Thursday Sept 3. Students attending both the elementary and high school appeared excited to begin a new school year.
Many improvements have been completed just in time for the new year.

Read more: Beach schools welcome students

Town Council announces top candidates for school demolition project

The Colonial Beach Town Council has announced its top three picks for the school demolition project.
After employing several criteria, the council chose the D. H. Griffin Wrecking Co. Inc,  C.D. Hall Construction, Inc. and Akian, Inc. as the three most-suited contractors for the job. Griffin Wrecking Co being the top pick, will began negotiations with the town to finalize the contract.

Read more: Town Council announces top candidates for school demolition project

Colonial Beach residents, visitors celebrate 36th annual Rod Run

Colonial Beach celebrated its 36th Annual Rod Run to the Beach on Aug. 15. Classical Hot Rod owners got together for a day of fun on Town Hill with music, food and a little showing off.

Read more: Colonial Beach residents, visitors celebrate 36th annual Rod Run

National Night Out a big hit at Colonial Beach

Local and state law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel gathered in Colonial Beach on Aug. 4 to build relationships with the community. Parents and kids got the chance to climb in and explore various vehicles used by first responders during the National Night Out program.

Read more: National Night Out a big hit at Colonial Beach

Dog Day of August offers fun for pooches

Come out and join other dog lovers on Aug. 8 for a doggone good time. You and your K-9 companion can compete for fun and for prizes while helping to raise money for the humane society.
Competitions include fetching, agility, water retrieval, Frisbee toss and find-a-bone.

Read more: Dog Day of August offers fun for pooches

Downtown Colonial Beach Steering Committee seeks non-profit status

The Downtown Colonial Beach Steering Committee is now operating with a board of directors, complete with officers. The group made the move in order to apply for incorporation and non-profit status.

Read more: Downtown Colonial Beach Steering Committee seeks non-profit status

 

 

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