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Due to all the street construction, the Carnival Parade will assemble at 1pm on College Road at Olga Marin Drive (Henry's and Pech's). It will proceed east to 4th Avenue (Smart Office), turn north to the Civic Center and end at the Stadium.Permalink
Sat 13 Sep 2014 A little threatening rain did not deter the crowds or the participants in the September 10 celebration of the Battle of St. George's Caye.
Corozaleños, including dignitaries and citizens, were out in force on Wednesday, September 10, to commemorate and pay homage to the Baymen, our forefathers, who fought off the final attempt of the Spaniards to take Belize. The few stalwart loyalists voted to fight or surrender, and though the vote to fight was a majority but not unanimous, the fight was unanimous! And we have them to thank today for their efforts so many years ago, in 1798. And we honor them!— Corozal.com For more ... Permalink
Wed 20 Aug 2014 The Northern Highway in Corozal Town, 7th Avenue, is getting a major make-over.
The Northern Highway that goes through Corozal Town is in the process of getting a major make-over. The highway is being re-done all through town, beginning at the south end of 7th Avenue, and it will continue all the way to the north end of the highway near Santa Rita.— Corozal.com For more ... Permalink
Fri 15 Aug 2014 Crime Is Crime and Crime Is Everyone's Business These two captions, could not have been more appropriate as it was resounded by prominent members of our community who attended last night’s Corozal Police Public Meeting.
The meeting was well attended by leaders of our community, business people, Citizen's Coalition for a Better Corozal and a cross section of our Corozal Community, including various heads of our neighbourhood watch groups.
The main objective of the meeting was to introduce our new Deputy Commanding Officer of the Corozal Police Formation, Inspector Peter Serano, the Citizen on Patrol (COP) Program in the Corozal District and give an update on crime statistics for Corozal and compare 2013 statistics to our current time period.For more ... Permalink
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