Salvation Army donations nearly double after BahamasB2B helped to publicize the story of Baha Mar’s generous challenge.
Monthly Archives: December 2010
U.S. Ambassador to The Bahamas, Nicole A. Avant, along with the U.S. Mission staff and family members, hosted three holiday events this season bringing joy, laughter and holiday cheer to more than 70 Bahamian children.
An article in the local Tribune newspaper on the plight of a single mother who had been evicted from her home, just weeks before Christmas, has sparked a wave of charity donations that will impact hundreds of lives.
The two largest food store chains in The Bahamas are pursuing divergent strategies in terms of the best store hours to maximize customer reach in a cost-effective manner.
Air arrivals to the Bahamas improved for the first 10 months of the year, with almost 45,000 more visitors winging their way into The Bahamas when compared to the corresponding period in 2009.
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace’s bronze medal at the 10th FINA World Short Course Championships in Dubai puts her in the record books as the Bahamas’ most accomplished swimmer.
In a move that appears to embolden criminals in The Bahamas, a judge has discharged an injunction barring employees of the Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation (BTC) from engaging in “illegal” activities.
Corrupt employees at BTC have reportedly “bugged” phone lines of FNM Members of Parliament and given confidential information to “bad boy” PLP MP Shane Gibson, according to the Punch tabloid.
The new six-legged roundabout, the first of its kind in The Bahamas, is functioning as expected and providing a smooth flow of traffic for motorists.