RICHMOND, Va. — For the second straight season, College of William & Mary (W&M) junior Christian Cargill was recognized as the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Scholar-Athlete of the Year for men's tennis.
This marks the third consecutive season that a W&M Tribe player earned the men's
Bahamian distance runner looking to qualify for IAAF Marathon World Championships
• At least two developers not going to move forward until sale negotiations are complete • Grand Bahama will feel ‘pain’ until Freeport property fully opens, GBPA CEO laments
A $42 million entertainment venue will make its debut in New Providence early next year, introducing the first ever Bahamian IMAX cinematic experience.
In an interview with Guardian Business yesterday, Atavus Group Ltd., the owners of the Fusion Superplex, sought to dispel concerns and speculations surrounding
Cries of concern continue to grow from the business community about the New Providence Landfill, as owners of the new Fusion Superplex, located at the tip of Gladstone Road, urge government to find an overdue solution for the remediation of the dump.
CEO of the Atavus
Despite the continued talk of Grand Bahama’s crippled economy, Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest said sentiments that the island has reached “rock bottom” are exaggerated. He said his government sees a “bright future for Grand Bahama”.
Part of that bright future, according to Turnquest, is making it
Former PM says his govt did the right thing
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday quelled rumors about the disappearance of some $25 million from his ministry.
In a statement released yesterday evening, Sands said, “It should also be noted that in light of the recent rumors and allegations regarding National Health Insurance (NHI)
Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham yesterday remembered the late Dr. Bernard Nottage as a “worthy political opponent”.
Ingraham, who was in Cleveland, Ohio, said in a statement that Nottage was a “dedicated parliamentarian” who was always prepared.
“He entered the political fray in the 1980s at a
Former Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez said yesterday he is “appalled” by former Baha Mar CEO Sarkis Izmirlian’s request that the Minnis administration place a moratorium on the completion of the Baha Mar sale.
“He embarrassed the government,” said Gomez when called for