Recent Posts by FN Reporter Abria Cooper

Dre’s Uniform Drive dresses 20-plus students for classroom

As students returned to the classroom on Monday, September 4 the burden of finding uniforms was made easy through Dre’s Uniform Drive, which assisted 20-plus students from Walter Parker Primary, Freeport Primary, Hugh Campbell Primary and Maurice Moore Primary with uniforms.

Dre’s Uniform Drive was able to assist over 20 students with school uniforms, when the new school year began September 4. Coordinator of the drive, Deidre Lundy-Rose, spoke about the initiative’s accomplishments during an interview with The Freeport News the first day of school – Monday, September 4. Lundy-Rose said that they received a little…
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GBPC pushing for full restoration

Grand Bahama Power Company crew at work, Sunday afternoon following tornado damage and downed power lines near the Imperial Gardens Apartment Complex. Cleopatra Russell Corporate Communications Officer of the GBPC is seen in the photo.

Grand Bahama consumers who were without electricity can look forward to restoration. The objective of Grand Bahama Power Company President and Chief Executive Officer Archie Collins is to have power restored to many residents by today (Monday 11), and those who were affected by tornados, by the end of the week. On Sunday night, the…
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Hurricane insurance advocated

Sharing information from left G. Lawrence Palmer, Melanie Thompson, Anton Bowleg

With Hurricane Irma having wreaked havoc throughout the Caribbean and continued its destructive path through the United States this past weekend; and compounded by the threat of Hurricane Jose, local insurance representatives took the opportunity to advise residents regarding the coverage process. Insurance Management encouraged all residents to secure their homes and businesses. Branch Manager…
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Approaching large storm Irma could add to problems left by Hurricane Matthew

The home of Charlene Pickstock -Wildgoose is infested with mold and her roof falling apart since Hurricane Matthew. She is seeking the assistance of anyone to help her get through the storm as it approaches The Bahamas.

South Bahamia resident Charlene Pickstock-Wildgoose’s home remains in dire straits since Hurricane Matthew’s descent on the island in early October 2016 and conditions could become worse with the arrival of hurricane Irma at the end of the week. She is just one of a goodly number of home dwellers who have not had what had…
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