ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) —
Jeff Ansorge once commanded a staff of 17 and made around $80,000 a year as executive chef at a posh downtown Minneapolis restaurant where a 24-ounce dry aged Porterhouse steak goes for $48. But he gave it all up to become the head cook of a Salvation Army soup kitchen, where the
Following the general trend in home décor, holiday trim and accessories this year are an eclectic mix of traditional and non-traditional colors and styles.
Remember when blue or pastel pink ornaments were the height of kitsch? Now they're mainstream, elegant options. And while red and green are popular hues, they are not married to each other. Red might be
Two men were charged yesterday for two spearate murders that happened earlier this week.
Jermaine Taylor, 23, was charged with one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder.
Taylor was charged with the murder of Leonardo Cash and the attempted murders of Angelo Cash, Christopher
The Ministry of Finance officially released the draft value-added tax (VAT) bill and regulations yesterday.
A copy of both as well as a guide to the bill and regulations were posted on the ministry’s website.
“The drafts of the value-added tax bill and regulations are being released
Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) President Belinda Wilson said yesterday that the teachers are "seriously considering" a strike vote.
"The BUT is not on strike yet and is seriously considering a strike vote," Wilson said.
This after Director of Labour Robert Farquharson warned public school teachers earlier
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – A 33-year-old West End man was shot dead by police following a domestic dispute early yesterday morning.
Shortly after 1:30 a.m, officers were called to a house on Queen’s Highway following reports of a man attacking his girlfriend with a knife.
Ministry of Works technical experts are reviewing Baha Mar's new proposal for payment for the rerouted West Bay Street, with the government still eyeing an amicable resolution before the end of the year, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said this week.
"I met with Baha
The government may have to dish out less money than expected to complete the corrective work identified for the New Providence Road Improvement Program (NPRIP), Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said recently.
Davis announced in the House of Assembly in May that the government will
The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) has upped its patrols and presence for the holiday season – as is customary. We are confident that these hardworking men and women will do their best to minimize harm to the citizenry.
However, we must also be smart.
The year 2013 has been a trying one for many. Families are still mourning the 101 people murdered this year; many are fearful over the country’s continued economic troubles.
In the run-up to Christmas Day, we all get giddy and shop to buy gifts for