Old Hyatt going down in flames

Firefighters battled for more than an hour Tuesday evening to extinguish a blaze on the upper floor of the derelict Hyatt hotel. Thick black smoke could be seen pouring from the roof of the building and across the skyline.

Hornets’ Cody Zeller to lead Camana Bay basketball camp

Registration is now open for Camana Bay’s basketball camp, which runs from July 24-28. This year campers will receive instruction – and inspiration - from Cody Zeller, a 7-foot center for the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets.

Cayman juniors fare well in regional tennis tournaments

Two junior players from Cayman came home with winners’ trophies from the Blue Mountain Caribbean Open in Kingston, Jamaica, over the past two weeks.
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Academy Sports Club takes 96 players to Schwan’s USA Cup

Academy Sports Club players from six teams have traveled to Blaine, Minnesota, to participate in the 33rd annual Schwan’s USA Cup youth soccer tournament from July 14-22.


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