Building strength, hurricane Earl is expected to slam the northeastern Caribbean from tonight through the early part of the week, taking a more northerly track after passing to the east of the Bahamas on Wednesday.
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad, 61, set several swimming records including a 102.5-mile swim from the Bahamas to Jupiter, Florida. She now plans to swim 103 miles from Cuba to Florida, a fete she attempted at age 28 but failed.
Police are investigating the killing of 62-year-old Brendamae Johnson, of Nassau Village, who was shot by two masked men as they opened fire on two other men.
The Ministry of Works and Transport has announced that before the end of August a new six-legged roundabout will be introduced to the driving public.
Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette is calling on PLP MP Fred Mitchell to come clean with the facts and tell the Bahamian public all he knows about how the MOFA site was originally created.
A full military funeral and celebration service was held for Her Majesty’s Prison Officer Christal Johnson, Friday, August 27th at Holy Cross Anglican Church.
Minister of Education Desmond Bannister Friday broke ground in West End, Grand Bahama for the construction of a security booth at the West End Primary School.
In order to improve traffic flow during the back to school rush the Ministry of Public Works through the New Providence Road Improvement Project has partnered with the Police Traffic Division to provide assistance at 8 locations where construction is ongoing during morning and afternoon peak traffic hours.
Former inmates of the Harbour Island jail have told Avila’s relatives that an escape from the cell would be impossible without assistance.