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East Sunrise Highway traffic fatality victims identified

The lone male driver of the 2006 GMC Sierra, which was extensively damaged in Monday, August 7 traffic accident was taken to the local hospital in a private vehicle. Three visitors, in the Silver Nissan Tiida, succumbed to injuries as a result of the crash. (PHOTOS: TFN)

Police officials have identified the victims of the traffic fatality that occurred on Monday, August 7, 2017 on East Sunrise Highway and Gedney Drive, Grand Bahama. Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF)) Assistant Superintendent of Police and Public Affairs and Communication Officer (PACO Terecita Pinder provided information on the victims one week (Monday, August 14) after…
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Family celebrates street renaming in honor of the late Johnny Kemp

Family and friends of the late Johnny Kemp, look on and cheer as the sign renaming the street in his honor was unveiled on Tuesday, August 8. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The street, Gilbert Crescent, was renamed Johnny Kemp Crescent to honor the late singer’s achievements in the music industry on Tuesday (August 8). Kemp’s family, friends and representatives from the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) attended the event and shared remarks, during the brief ceremony and unveiling. Speaking on behalf of the family, Kemp’s sister…
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Search on for missing men

Kevin Aldrovendi Bethel (left) and Emmanuel Sandokan Miller (right)

Police in Grand Bahama need the public’s assistance in locating two males who were recently reported missing. Assistant Superintendent of Police and Public Affairs and Communication Officer (PACO), Terecita Pinder reported that both men went missing on the same date and time. The first missing person, Emmanuel Sandokan Miller aka “Pitty,” 39, of #8B Cadney…
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Logos Hope crew impressed with residents’ reception

Logos Hope, Communications Manager Daniela Cala Lara said that the public positively received the vessel’s Book Fair and the ship’s crew was excited to serve Grand Bahama. Cala Lara is pictured explaining one of the many features of the vessel, during an interview with this daily. (PHOTOS:

Logos Hope, Communications Manager Daniela Cala Lara said that the public positively received the vessel’s Book Fair and the ship’s crew was excited to serve Grand Bahama. Speaking with this daily on Thursday (August 3), Cala Lara noted that the ship’s visit to the island, which began on July 28 was expected to end on…
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