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Trio charged in Magistrate Court

Trio charged in Magistrate Court. From left Denny Rolle, Tommy Rolle, and Cornell Beckles

Twenty-two-year-old Denny Rolle; 23-year-old Tommy Rolle and 19-year-old Cornel Beckles were escorted to the Freeport Magistrate Court yesterday (Tuesday, May 22) morning, where the Rolle duo was charged with Armed Robbery and Beckles with Attempted Murder. Denny Rolle of Somerville Drive and Tommy Rolle of Malibu Drive, were all arraigned before Magistrate Charlton Smith in…
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Deadly crash claims life of young man

DEADLY CRASH – A young man, believed to be Davon Poitier, succumbed to injuries suffered in a deadly crash Tuesday (May 22) morning. Police were called to the scene in the area of Bootle Bay, West Grand Bahama sometime around 6:30 a.m. as crowds gathered after word spread of the island’s latest traffic fatality. (PHOTO: VANDYKE HEPBURN)

Seventy-two hours after the island’s third traffic fatality for the year was recorded, a young man succumbed to injuries suffered in a deadly crash early Tuesday (May 22) morning. The victim, believed to be Davon Poitier of West Grand Bahama, was the lone occupant of the vehicle yesterday, when it collided with a utility pole…
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Cooper elected as first CROA president

CROA OFFICERS ELECTED – Car Rental Owner’s Association Board members with president Darren Cooper of D’s Car Rental. Pictured front row from left are Larry Lewis, Harold Williams, Colette Pratt, Jessica Rolle, Darren Cooper, Constance McDonald, Alex Thompson, Bonnie Culmer and Othyneil Pinder. From left back row are Ton Rollins, Elkin Knowles and Michelle Thompson. (Photo courtesy of CRO Association)

Elections for the first-ever Car Rental Owners’ Association took place this past Thursday (May 17) at Flamingo Restaurant at Castaways Resort and Suites, with D’s Car Rental proprietor, Darren Cooper, emerging as president. Humbled by the confidence his peers demonstrated in him, Cooper said, he is hitting the ground running to get things functioning in…
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Former mentor inspires future female leaders

MENTORS – Rachel’s Daughters International Girls Mentoring Ministry invited guest speaker Bernadine McIntosh-Zimmerman (center), who is pictured with Beverley Mather, founder and director, Rachael’s Daughter’s Mentoring Girls Ministry (left) and Madeline Stubbs, Assistant Director, Rachel’s Daughters Mentoring Girls International Ministry right.

The Rachel’s Daughters International Girls Mentoring Group recently welcomed former mentor turned author, Bernadette McIntosh-Zimmerman. Beverley Mather, director of Rachael’s Daughters’ Mentoring Girls Ministry shared that welcoming McIntosh-Zimmerman to their weekly meeting, which was at the Susan J. Wallace Community Center, was a delight. “Rachel’s Daughters’ Mentoring Ministry has been in existence, now, for over…
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