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Grand Bahama to join Women’s March on Washington DC

Grand Bahama will be joining with women and men around the world on January 21, 2017 who are marching for human rights and equality. The Women’s March on Grand Bahama is one of an expected 500+ happening nationwide and internationally, inspired by the Women’s March on Washington DC, to be held the day after the…
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FGC student Moss II donates books to the Lula Knowles Pediatric Ward

Freeport Gospel Chapel Gr. 6 student Duran Moss Jr. (left) donated books to the Lula M. Knowles Pediatric Ward at the Rand Memorial Hospital on Wednesday January 18

Freeport Gospel Chapel Grade 6 student Duran Moss Jr. donated books to the Lula M. Knowles Pediatric Ward at the Rand Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 bringing smiles to the faces of little patients, who love nurses and visiting family and friends reading stories, which is believed to help them recover faster.  …
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GB mourns passing of renowned religious leader

Pastor Wilbur and Minister Barbara Outten

Reverend Wilbur Outten, Freeport Bible Church (FBC) senior pastor transitioned from this earthly realm into eternal rest this past Sunday, January 15, 2017 following a bravely fought battle against a debilitating illness within the past several months.   Revered throughout The Bahamas for his charismatic evangelical-style of delivering the Gospel, Rev. Outten, toiled in the…
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Student Of The Year Marvin Johnson Jr.

Beginning today, each Thursday there will be the added dimension of “Community Spotlight” published. Community Spotlight will highlight a deserving resident of Grand Bahama. On this initial occasion, we salute Marvin Johnson Jr.   Sixth-grader Marvin Lee Johnson Jr. was recently named Student of the Year at Bishop Michael Eldon Lower School. Young Johnson was…
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