Online court records now expected in January

The Cayman Islands court system has made progress in its efforts to digitize its court records, and online registries are expected to be in place at some point in January of next year.

Busy Christmas schedule for Cayman’s golf juniors

Ten junior golfers will play at the Doral Publix Junior Golf Classic held in Miami on Dec. 17-23, representing Cayman in age divisions ranging from 7 yrs to 18 yrs.

Primary Football League champions crowned amidst torrential rains

It was a record-setting day of final and third-place games in the Primary Football league and Girls’ Primary Football League, which took place Saturday at Annex Field under gloomy skies and between torrential downpours.

Holiday extravaganza for local gymnasts

Motions Unlimited hosted its largest ever annual Holiday Extravaganza on Saturday Nov. 25 at their gymnastics studio on Sparkys Drive.

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