In our Bahamas, today, there is a hardened criminal element who has nothing but contempt for law, order or human suffering, and for whom there is no respect for human life, even the lives of innocent bystanders, and children.
Bahamas Striping, recently completed the striping of the Alvin S. Moss Community Park, basketball court in the Centerville Constituency.
Two 16 and 13 year old siblings with a rare neuromuscular disease plan to compete in the marathon this upcoming January with assistance from Kids of Courage.
BTC recently held a Christmas Party for the 25 under privileged children who live at the All Saints Camp.
Figures released by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA show that an estimated 20 per cent of adolescents in the Caribbean have had at least one child by the age of 19.
Students of the Tech Prep Construction Technology program at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) have completed eight wooden receptacles for the ‘Cans for Kids’ program.
The United States Embassy in Nassau, The Bahamas, is pleased to announce the launch of the 8th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay contest.
416 female gymnasts between 6 and 18, representing 5 countries, will compete at the Atlantis Crown Invitational Women’s Gymnastics Competition, December 12th-15th.
Participating schools in this year’s program each led students to develop story lines, scriptwriting and take on roles of an actual film crew for their film, based on the topic “The Bahamas Through My Eyes.”