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32 homeowners to benefit from Small Home Roof Repair Programme

READY TO WORK – Senator Jasmin Turner-Dareus, Director of the Urban Renewal Programme announced that 32 homes throughout Grand Bahama that sustained roof damage during Hurricane Matthew (2016), will finally receive repairs necessary thanks to the Urban Renewal Programme implementing its Small Home Roof Repair Program. (PHOTO: TFN)

Thirty-two homes throughout Grand Bahama that sustained roof damage during Hurricane Matthew (2016), will finally receive repairs necessary thanks to the Urban Renewal Programme implementing its Small Home Roof Repair Program. Senator Jasmin Turner-Dareus, Director of the Urban Renewal Programme made the announcement this past Thursday, September 13 during a meeting with numerous Grand Bahamian…
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Concerns for road safety expressed following Levarity Highway collision

MAJOR ACCIDENT — Pictured above is one of the badly damaged cars from the four-vehicle collision on Saturday. (PHOTO: VANDYKE HEPBURN)

Motorists traveling east and west along the Warren J. Levarity Highway on Saturday, September 15, found themselves caught in a traffic jam due to a four-car collision that occurred shortly after 8:00 p.m. The traffic flow between Martin Marietta/Bahama Rock Aggregates and the roundabout at the Hutchison Ports entrance (formerly Freeport Container Port (FCP) was…
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Chavez Young hosts two-day clinic for local baseball players

REACH ONE, TEACH ONE – Minor Leaguer Chavez Young, left, pictured during a discussion with some of the junior baseball players here on Grand Bahama during his two-day clinic held at the EMERA Baseball park this past Saturday, September 15. Apple-converted-space (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

Minor League player and Grand Bahamian Chavez Young is back in town. Chavez, of the Lansing Lugnuts, the Minor League affiliate to the Toronto Blue Jays, made it a point to contribute during his time back home, with a two-day baseball clinic. At the EMERA Baseball field this past Friday and Saturday, September 14-15, junior…
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A crown, but no Queen

ADDRESSING THE CONTROVERSY – Members of the Miss Grand Bahama Beauty Pageant Committee addressed the recent controversy regarding comments made by the organization’s queen, Evena Gibson, who has since reliquished her crown. Pictured are committee members, during a press conference on Thursday. (PHOTO: JENNEV RUSSELL)

Saddened by the controversy surrounding former Miss Grand Bahama Beauty Pageant Organization (MGBBPO) queen Evena Gibson, who made a statement on social media that Grand Bahamians took offence to,regarding her beauty and cultural heritage, April Crowther-Gow, Official Host, Advisor and Public Relations Director of MGBBPO, held a press briefing on Thursday, September 13 to update…
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