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Author T. R. Todd was pretty stoked to have his book pictured at Pig Beach on launch day.

In recent years, Exuma’s world-famous swimming pigs have become the iconic brand of the Bahamian tourism product, but they were not always a bucket list sensation. Their story has now been documented by Canadian author, T. R. Todd, former business editor for The Nassau Guardian, who

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Maura Walbourne sits in the front of a canoe looking in at her flooded Long Avenue home as David Covington wades through the wreckage in Conway, S.C. Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 The Sherwood Drive area of Conway began to look like a lake on Sunday as homes were submerged deeper than ever in flood waters that have already set historic records. AP

BLADENBORO, N.C. (AP) — Hurricane Florence is by no means done with the Carolinas, where some rivers are still rising and thousands of people were told to plan to leave their homes on Monday before rivers reach their crest. About 6,000 to 8,000 people in Georgetown

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Top performing students are featured on this board. TORRELL GLINTON

Years ago, the staff at H.O. Nash Junior High School decided to erect a board in a heavily trafficked area of their Dolphin Drive campus, featuring photos of students who performed exceedingly well on the national exams. That decision would be the catalyst for an informal competition between

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C&S Hitmen pitcher Alcott Forbes in action during his team’s 3-0 victory over the Commando Security Truckers on Saturday night, in game four of their best-of-seven championship series in the NPSA men’s division. The Hitmen lead the series 3-1. AHVIA J. CAMPBELL

Pitcher Alcott Forbes had a solo home run and struck out 14 batters as his C&S Hitmen won 3-0 over the Commando Security Truckers in the New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) men’s best-of-seven games championship series on Saturday night. The game was played at Bankers

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The Sunshine Auto Wildcats’ Shonda Bethel scores during her team’s 17-5 victory over the Johnson Lady Truckers on Saturday night in game four of the NPSA women’s division fourth game in their best of seven championship series. The Wildcats lead the series 3-1. TORRELL GLINTON

After dominating the Johnson Lady Truckers in game three, the Sunshine Auto Wildcats picked up where they left off and demolished them 17-5 in the New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) women’s game four of their best of seven games championship series on Saturday night. They

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