Weekend Mail Call: Meeting Governor Choudhury

Governor Anwar Choudhury and his family seem to be making a fine impression with Cayman’s residents.

Girls show skills at Little League

The 2018 season of Little League Girls Softball resumed on April 14 after the Easter Break as Coldwell Banker outlasted Kirk Freeport, 7-5, in a well-played game by both teams.

East vs. West face off in CoEd Flag

Sixteen teams are fighting it out in the 2018 Burger King Flag Football Coed League.

Fundraising begins for Special Olympics Cayman Islands

The Hash House Harriers have provided Special Olympics Cayman Islands with the first donation leading up to the 2019 World Games.


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