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Williams walks away a free man

RENALDO WILLIAMS

The murder trial of Christopher Hield concluded after 5:00 p.m. Thursday (March 21), with one of the two men charged walking away free and the other found guilty of manslaughter. Lorenzo Pritchard and Renaldo Williams were on trial for the October 2016 murder of Hield outside a night club in Abaco. The case was heard…
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PM tables Disney Cruise Line Port Island Development HoA

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis tabled the heads of agreement for a multi-million-dollar project between the Government of The Bahamas and Disney Cruise Line Island Development Limited, yesterday (Wednesday March 20) in the House of Assembly. “Mr. Speaker, I rise in this Honourable House of Assembly to table the heads of agreement (HOA) between the…
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Construction agreement signed for the ‘new’ Zion Baptist

ZION REBUILDING — Senior pastor Rev. Peter Pinder (left), former President of the Grand Bahama Christian Council, along with members of the church’s Building Committee announced that a new home for the church will be constructed, after their first home was destroyed by fire some six years ago. Pinnacle Investment Construction Company Limited has been secured as the contractor for the project. Pictured at right is Michael Edwards, President of Pinnacle Investment Construction Company Limited. (PHOTO: JAIMIE SMITH)

Just over six years ago, a staple in the Grand Bahama community, Zion Baptist Community Church, East Sunrise Highway was destroyed by fire; however, the membership church continued to persevere and spread the gospel of Christ. As a result of their perseverance and faith on Wednesday, March 20, senior pastor Rev. Peter Pinder, former President…
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Residents benefit from EMR Kiwanis Club members’ visit to East GB

BEGINNING THE WORK – Members of the Kiwanis Club of Eight Mile Rock, along with their counterparts from the Kiwanis Club of Freeport  visited East Grand Bahama and Sweeting’s Cay for the Senior Citizens’ Breadbasket Programme. While there the male club members began construction on a home for one of the residents. (Photo courtesy of the Kiwanis Clubs)

Members of the Kiwanis Club of Eight Mile Rock recently returned from their annual visit to East Grand Bahama and Sweeting’s Cay for their Senior Citizens’ Breadbasket Programme. Celebrating 40 years of existence, the civic organization continued impacting the lives and communities of many throughout the length and breadth of Grand Bahama, as well as…
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