John Travolta and his wife Kelly Preston announced the birth of their third child, a baby boy born Tuesday night in a Florida hospital.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Over 70 employees at Morton Salt Company in Inagua will be laid off as salt production has halted due to inclement weather.
Not content to let their male counterparts enjoy all the fun, this year’s Mark Knowles Celebrity Invitational charity event has drawn 3 repeat female participants; Anna Lena Groenefeld, Sabine Lisicki and Olga Savchuk and a new face, U.S. Federation Cup team heroine, Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
Pinewood Urban Renewal showed their respect for community seniors this Thanksgiving by holding a special luncheon for them at the Fellowship Baptist Church on Pigeon Pea Drive.
Guyanese teacher Edmay Hendricks was recently bestowed with the ‘Teacher of the Year’ award in the Bahamas.
Toastmasters International Division I (Bahamas) received top honours despite heavy competition from some of the South Florida divisions.
Police are asking the community to be on the lookout for Rony Joseph, who is wanted for the murder of Jean Rolex Jeanty. They are also searching for Randy Albert Gibson, who is sccused of rape.
Police shot and killed Walden Mitchell, a former member of the Royal Bahamas Police Force who was wanted for attempting to kill a serving member of the police force.
Over 200 submissions were received regionally for the 2010 RBC/RBTT Caribbean Children’s Cancer Fund Art Competition in Trinidad with just six winning students receiving prizes.