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CB foundation adds board members

The Colonial Beach Foundation, a not-for-profit community corporation, with IRS 501(c)(3) designatio...

Col. Beach getting ready for pageant season

POTOMAC RIVER FESTIVAL AND
CB FIRE DEPT. CONTEST These contests will be held on Sunday, June 5th at ...

Elementary nears completion

Elementary nears completion

Construction firm says it’s ready for permit
Megan O'Connell from Skanska construction company ...

Colonial Beach Chamber recognizes outstanding service

Colonial Beach Chamber recognizes outstanding service

The Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce recently held its 2015 awards dinner at High Tides on the Pot...

Planning commission passes ES plan with recommendations

Planning commission passes ES plan with recommendations

Colonial Beach Mayor Mike Ham asked the town Planning Commission not to try to redesign the new elem...

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 testifi...

 

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Council moves forward on school demolition

The Colonial Beach Town Council has passed a resolution authorizing Mayor Mike Ham to execute an agreement between the Colonial Beach School Board and the council.

Read more: Council moves forward on school demolition

64th annual Potomac River Festival set for weekend

Get set for a swinging time this weekend as the Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce hosts the 64th annual Potomac River Festival.

Read more: 64th annual Potomac River Festival set for weekend

Col. Beach senior wins Allstate Award

Charlottesville, VA – Nick Graves of Colonial Beach High School was chosen as one of 19 students from across Virginia to receive a scholarship from The Allstate Foundation and the Virginia High School League.
Nick lettered in two varsity sports and earned eight varsity letters in football and baseball while serving as captain for each team.

Read more: Col. Beach senior wins Allstate Award

Beach plans housing rehab

As an enhancing component to the Downtown Revitalization Grant, Colonial Beach sought and was  awarded a $25,000 planning grant from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) to perform a housing needs assessment that focuses on the central district.

Read more: Beach plans housing rehab

Honoring America’s Heroes

Commander Christopher J. Zayatz, USN, Executive Officer, NSA, South Potomac speaks during the Memorial Day ceremony held at Colonial Beach.

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Contestants needed for Colonial Beach summer pageants

Time is running out for registration for the 2015 Potomac River Festival Pageants and the Miss Colonial Beach Pageant.

Read more: Contestants needed for Colonial Beach summer pageants

Three charged with arson in Colonial Beach school fire

Virginia State Police have announced the arrest of three suspects in connection with the 2014 fire that destroyed the Colonial Beach Elementary School building on Douglas Avenue.

Read more: Three charged with arson in Colonial Beach school fire

Earth Day festivities include tree planting

Colonial Beach students participated in two events rolled into one on Earth Day.
Ground was broken for a pair gardens at the First Street School, which will contain Willow Oak and Flowering Understory trees, both native to Virginia.

Read more: Earth Day festivities include tree planting

 

 

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