Recent Posts by FN Reporter Jaimie Smith

Shawn ‘Dirty’ Saunders charged with two counts of attempted murder

COURT DAY – Shawn Saunders (centre) was escorted into the Freeport Magistrate Court on Thursday, May 23, where he was formally charged with two counts of attempted murder. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Shawn Alfred Saunders a.k.a. ‘Dirty’ was hauled before Deputy Chief Magistrate Debbye Ferguson Thursday (May 23) morning, where he had several charges levied against him. During the arraignment in court #1 yesterday, Saunders dressed in a gray and orange shirt and khaki coloured jeans was charged with attempted murder, for the island’s latest reported shootings…
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Beckford charged with businessman’s death

CHARGED – Tavares Beckford alias ‘Foe,” was hauled into the Freeport Magistrate Court on Wednesday, May 22 where he was formally arraigned on charges of murder, attempted murder, possession of an illegal firearm, ammunition and possession of dangerous drugs. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Clad in a black ‘Levi’s T-shirt and khaki jeans, wanted man Tavares Beckford was hauled before Deputy Chief Magistrate Debbye Ferguson yesterday – Wednesday, May 22 – in Freeport Magistrate Court #1 to answer to a laundry list of charges, inclusive of murder and attempted murder. Also hauled before the courts on Wednesday afternoon was…
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The Platform 2019: An Intimate Dialogue dubbed a success

Open to high school students enrolled in Interact Clubs, the youth arm of Rotary Club International Grand Bahama, ‘The Platform 2019: An Intimate Dialogue’ was a one of a kind initiative founded and organized by Rotarian and Regional Youth Director for Rotary in Grand Bahama, Felix Roy Bowe Jr. Over 40 young professionals throughout the island,…
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20 YEAs receive their pins

PINNING CEREMONY – The Save the Bays Youth Environmental Ambassadors performed a drumming session, during the pinning ceremony on Saturday, May 18 at the YMCA. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Twenty young and aspiring youth ambassadors from throughout Grand Bahama were pinned and congratulated for successfully completing this year’s Youth Environmental Ambassadors (YEA) Programme, a community youth programme of Save the Bays organization. Held at the YMCA Auditorium this past Saturday, May 18, parents, guardians, family and friends assembled to witness the young leaders receive…
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