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‘To Sir with Love’, MMP family honours patron, celebrates 20 years

TO SIR WITH LOVE – Students of Maurice Moore Primary School showered their patron, The Most Honorable Maurice Moore with hugs during a special ceremony that was held in his honour on Thursday, February 14 at the school’s campus. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The administration, students, teachers and other staff members of Maurice Moore Primary School honoured their patron, The Most Honorable Maurice Moore J.P with a special ceremony on Thursday (February 14) at the school’s campus. The event was celebrated in tandem with Valentine’s Day under the theme, ‘To Sir with Love’ in honour of 20 years…
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Man charged with 20 counts of housebreaking and stealing

HAULED IN – Sidney Shermal Hart Jr., (left) was escorted to the Freeport Magistrate Court on Wednesday, February 13, where he was charged with several counts of housebreaking and stealing; Robinson Celestin (right), is wanted by CDU. HAULED IN – Sidney Shermal Hart Jr., (left) was escorted to the Freeport Magistrate Court on Wednesday, February 13, where he was charged with several counts of housebreaking and stealing; Robinson Celestin (right), is wanted by CDU.

A Grand Bahama man faced 12 counts of Housebreaking and Stealing charges Wednesday (February 13) morning, when he was arraigned in the Freeport Magistrate Court. Sidney Shermal Hart, 28, of #304 Cove House is accused of stealing items ranging from electronics and jewelry to bottles of liquor. Hart was arrested by officers of the Eastern…
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“Summer” timeline for RMH Cafeteria completion

DR. DUANE SANDS, Minister of Health

Construction on the new Rand Memorial Hospital Cafeteria is continuing said, Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands. The minister, who was in Grand Bahama recently, spoke with this daily on the ongoing project. “I heard a pretty optimistic timeline,” added Dr. Sands, who disclosed that he was on island two weeks prior to inspect the…
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‘Show stoppers’ of Growing Years dance their way to first place

SHOW STOPPERS – Growing Years Preschool entertained the crowd with a show stopping performance by their little dancers, during the 2019 Junior Junkanoo Parade on Saturday, February 9. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The unofficial results for the City of Freeport District Council’s 20th Annual Junior Junkanoo Parade were announced on Monday (February 11) during a press conference at the Grand Bahama Junkanoo Committee headquarters in the International Building. Thirty schools participated in the 20th Annual Junior Junkanoo Parade, which took place on Saturday (February 9) on West…
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