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Three take home grand prize winnings

WINNERS – Chances Games/Jarol Investments Ltd. continue to reward its loyal customers through raffles and other special giveaways. Three lucky customers – Patrick Roberts, Shanada Cartwright and Mavis Munnings – took home grand prizes thanks to the company’s recent lucky pot raffle. (PHOTO: TFN)

Chances Games/Jarol Investments Ltd. continue to reward its loyal customers through raffles and other special giveaways. Three lucky customers took home grand prizes thanks to the company’s recent lucky pot raffle. The prizes were recently presented to the winners at the company’s Logwood Road location. Karen Wilson, Assistant Marketing Manager of Chances/Jarol Investments spoke to…
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Power outages explained

FIXING THE PROBLEMS – Following multiple outages over the weekend in the South Bahamia area, Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) linesmen identified and repaired weak spots in the distribution system that are susceptible to increased winds and lightning activity. (PHOTO: TFN FILES)

After multiple power outages in the Bahamia area over the weekend, this daily was inundated with calls of complaints from residents on Monday (September 3), who wanted answers. One female resident told The Freeport News that over the weekend her electricity was cut off several times. The resident expressed that she was desperately seeking answers…
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Youngsters greeted with school supplies and treats at Big Time Electronics event

BIG TIME TEAM – Staff and volunteers of the Big Time Electronics were pleased to give back to the community in a meaningful and fun way, they wore matching T-shirts to commemorate the occasion.

Children in the Grand Bahama community were treated to school supplies and much more at Big Time Electronics’ Back-to-School extravaganza. The event took place in downtown, Freeport recently. Dhiamia Newton, Operations Manager for Big Time Electronics spoke to this daily about the initiative. “This is our first back-to-school event and we wanted to make a…
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Thompson assures students’ safety at Walter Parker

AT WALTER PARKER PRIMARY – Sen. J. Kwasi Thompson (right), Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister visited Walter Parker Primary School yesterday, assuring students that their safety is priority. Sen. Thompson is pictured with ASP Terecita Pinder (left) and Chief Supt. Loretta Mackey (center). (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister, Senator J. Kwasi Thompson visited Walter Parker Primary School on students’ first day of the 2018/2019 school year. Noting that while there were still some structural concerns being addressed, Thompson said it was a big day for students and he wanted to welcome teachers, students…
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