Widespread speculation in Grand Bahama since Hurricane Dorian’s deadly impact has been that hundreds of residents are missing, particularly in East Grand Bahama, since the storm’s landfall in the early days of September. However, on Monday (October 7) senior law enforcement agents revealed officially, to date, only some 30-plus people remain unaccounted for locally. As…Read more
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The country must work together to rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Dorian,” Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis told media in Grand Bahama on Saturday, September 7. The prime minister hosted a press conference at the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) in the Harold de Gregory Building, days after deadly Hurricane Dorian devastated Abaco and Grand…Read more
A week after Hurricane Dorian devastated the island, Ezrin Green was escorted into the temporary court facility at the Northeastern Police Station on Jubilee Boulevard yesterday (Monday, September 8) morning, where he faced one count of murder. Green, 36, a resident of Explorers Way, appeared before Deputy Magistrate Debbye Ferguson, who read that on September…Read more
All the necessary safety steps should be taken. So, said Grand Bahama Christian Council President Rev. Robert Lockhart, at a press conference on Thursday. The pastor of Calvary Temple Assembly of God advised residents to be safe and listen to the instructions of relevant authorities regarding impending hurricane Dorian. During the press conference in Calvary Temple’s…Read more
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