Several police officers from the Central Division were arrested and questioned in connection with the disappearance of $8,000 that was confiscated after an armed robbery that took place on Sunday.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
The award-winning Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship, founded by successful businessman and philanthropist local resident Michael Dingman, has been ranked among the top 1% of undergraduate entrepreneurship schools in the U.S.
The United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday renewed its call, for the 20th consecutive year, for an end to the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the United States against Cuba for the past half century.
Ten more officials from six Caribbean countries are under investigation for corruption in Fifa’s election bribery scandal over an alleged plot involving former presidential candidate Mohamed bin Hammam.
A Bahamian man arrested for possession of 38 undersized crawfish has been arrested before for the same crime – a very serious crime, as the illegal harvesting of undersized crawfish could wipe out the crawfish population.
A 39-year-old Freeport man is being questioned about his alleged sexual assault on an underage teen girl, a societal problem that is alarmingly far too common in the Bahamas.
Kevin Richardson is set to get back together with the Backstreet Boys for an upcoming show in the Bahamas.
Vision Airlines, America’s newest low-cost, big jet carrier, starts selling $2 round-trip vacation package airfares and $29-$79 a la carte one-way seats today for the company’s new flights between Grand Bahama Island and 5 U.S. cities.
The Nassau Music Society’s 2011 – 2012 Season Opener featured Russian-born internationally-acclaimed performing artists Dmitri Berlinsky, violinist, and Elena Baksht, pianist.