Grand Bahama pre-school students, teachers and parents watch the performances, during the E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival in Freeport.
The Bahamas: Local News
Fifty-Six students earning Grade Point Averages of 3.0 and above participated in an awards ceremony designed to celebrate their success, reward the improvement of hard-workers and congratulate their achievements.
Officials were able get an inside look at the new U.S. Departures Terminal at the Lynden Pindling International Airport. Mr. Ingraham expressed his pleasure upon seeing the new facilities.
The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, hosted a two-day workshop to formulate a Tsunami and Other Coastal Hazards warning System Protocol for The Bahamas.
In addition to improving the road network and enhancing landscaping, the new John F. Kennedy Drive Airport Gateway is expected to improve the capacity of the entrance to the airport where the existing roadway is limited in traffic capacity.
LIME, the Caribbean’s leading full service telecommunications provider, announced a US $400,000 investment in regional athletics with a two year sponsorship of the prestigious CARIFTA Games.
It’s a winning fast food combo that fast tracks deserving students to success — it’s the Wendy’s and Coca-Cola Scholarship Program.
Structural deterioration on the bridge linking Great and Little Exuma, commonly called “Ferry Bridge,” is of concern and repairs or a rebuild are being considered.
This year patrons will have the opportunity during the four hour art tour to spend more time at each space to view the art as well as meeting and speaking with the artists.