ARTICLES BY CAROLINA LOPEZ
Organisers of the seventh annual Deputy Governor’s 5k Challenge announced on Tuesday the three charities that the challenge will raise money for.
The Cayman Heart Fund raised more than $23,800 at its Heart Heroes Awards Brunch at Ristorante Pappagallo in West Bay on Sunday.
More than 30 boys from the Boyz 2 Men programme at John Gray High School attended an etiquette dinner that was all about treating the ‘first lady of their lives’.
Ava Chatburn, 4, made Valentine’s Day cards at The Pines Retirement Home on Wednesday.
The Cayman Islands Red Cross reopened its doors on Wednesday after undergoing extensive renovations.
A tooth from a megalodon, a long-extinct giant shark, was found in the eastern districts of Grand Cayman last month, according to the Department of Environment.
The Department of Environment says unapproved mangrove-forest clearing is a problem they are not authorised to act on.
Members of the Junior Optimist Club at John Gray High School rolled up their sleeves last week to take over some janitorial duties from the school’s custodians as the students showed their appreciation of the cleaning staff’s daily efforts.
The National Roads Authority is extending Courts Road towards the Esterley Tibbetts Highway to help deal with flooding and drainage issues.
Two young activists from Cayman, Steff Mcdermot and Megan Ehman, are getting ready to sail across the Atlantic to collaborate with other countries on finding sustainable solutions to climate change.
Caymanian artist, John Reno Jackson, is presently in Portugal for a month-long residency programme. Jackson was selected out of numerous applicants for a spot at...
Protect Our Future members marked Global Wetlands Day on Monday by protesting the destruction of mangroves at an Old Prospect Road site after a developer removed the vegetation and filled the area without planning permission.
While last week’s earthquake left many people shaken, both physically and emotionally, mental health professionals warn that some may have been more affected than others.
Cayman International School took first place at the Minds Inspired FIRST Tech Challenge interschool robotics competition, held Saturday at the Camana Bay Arts and Recreation Centre.
The year’s first lecture in the Central Caribbean Marine Institute’s ‘healthy reefs’ campaign focussed on the importance of sustaining the reefs, as well as difference types of coral growth.
Groups of cruise-ship passengers spent their time in Cayman on Friday volunteering at a number of local charities on island.
People who were unnerved and remain anxious about the 7.7 magnitude earthquake that shook Cayman on Tuesday are being invited to a free event where they can talk together about the impact of the quake.
Noting their “sacrifice and contributions”, Governor Martyn Roper hosted a celebration for 150 of Cayman’s seafarers at a reception last week.
The day after the earthquake, landscaper Curtis Bush found himself staring down a sinkhole in West Bay Cemetery, at the edge of which a small gravestone balanced precariously.
Controversy has erupted over the leadership of the Cayman Music and Entertainment Association following an annual general meeting earlier this month.