One dead in single-car crash overnight

A 43-year-old North Side woman died in a single-car wreck on Rum Point Road early Friday morning, according to police.

CIBC FirstCaribbean donates water filters to help nearly 1 million Haitians

Close to one million Haitians could soon have access to safe drinking water as the charity United Caribbean Trust moves to distribute 300 water filters across communities devastated by Hurricane Matthew. Executives of CIBC FirstCaribbean presented a check for BDS$25,000 (US$12,500) to Jenny Tryhane of the United Caribbean Trust.

Delaney boosts Mountains and Marathons charity effort

Shane Delaney, a member of the Mountains and Marathons team, recently returned from Barcelona, Spain, where he completed the Ironman in support of Have A Heart. Delaney finished the 70.3-mile challenge in a “very impressive” time of 12 hours, 24 minutes, a press release states.

Kudos for youth basketball league champions

Champions in the 14-and-under basketball leagues have earned congratulations from sponsor KPMG: St. Ignatius in the male category and John Gray High School Wahoo Academy in the female category. KPMG has sponsored the league for more than six years.

Boca Juniors on top of Sunday League

Boca Juniors are setting the pace at the top of the DHL Sunday League table with their third win from the opening three games of the season. Over the weekend, they overcame Harry’s FC 1-0 at the Annex, thanks to striker Giuseppe Coco’s sixth goal of the season, which propels him to the front of the pack chasing the Golden Boot award.

Ladies Helm features Cayman club sailors

A J22 Ladies Helm was held on Oct. 16, in mixed conditions. Three races had been scheduled for the afternoon; the last race was called off due to lightning. Eva Hider and Allena Rankine were two of the Cayman Islands Sailing Club youth women who participated.

Equestrian show season opens

The new equestrian show season opened on Oct. 16 with the first national jumping series, at the Equestrian Centre off Linford Pierson Highway. Judge Tanya Neville-Dickson presided and Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation President Sharon Hinds was show manager.

Sessions aim to inspire marathoners

The Intertrust Marathon team held its third Inspiring Performance session at the Westin on Oct. 12, with speakers Andrea Hill, a nutritionist, and Beth Cook and Dwain McGuinness from Cayman Physiotherapy. They provided information for athletes, particularly those taking part in the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon on Dec. 4.


  • Clinton camp preparing for possibility Trump won't concede
    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — Hillary Clinton's campaign is increasingly preparing for the possibility that Donald Trump may never concede the presidential election should she win, a development that could enormously complicate the crucial early weeks of her preparations to take office.
  • No regrets, Trump vows; Clinton pursues his supporters
    CLEVELAND (AP) — Hillary Clinton ramped up her pressure on Donald Trump in the election's most competitive states Friday with an emotional TV ad targeting his criticism of a Muslim-American family. Trump vowed to go all-out in the final three weeks so he'll have no regrets — even if he loses.
  • Cyberattacks on key internet firm disrupt internet services
    Withering cyberattacks on server farms of a key internet firm repeatedly disrupted access to major websites and online services including Twitter, Netflix and PayPal across the United States on Friday. The White House called the disruption malicious and a hacker group claimed responsibility, though its assertion couldn't be verified.
  • Emails show machinations behind Clinton's shift on pipeline
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hacked emails show Hillary Clinton's campaign wrestled with how to announce her opposition to construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline without losing the support of labor unions that supported to project.
  • Under fire in Mosul, IS attacks another Iraqi city
    KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) — Islamic State militants launched a wave of pre-dawn attacks in and around the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk on Friday, killing at least 14 people and setting off fierce clashes with Kurdish security forces that were still raging after sundown.


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