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At 12:45 a.m. on New Year’s Day, Dylan Corbin Etherington came into the world, the first child for parents Daniel and Jade, and the first baby born in the Cayman Islands in 2017. “The pregnancy was hard. The labor was hard, but it was definitely worth it.”
St. Ignatius church hosted an international food festival Saturday night to raise funds for its planned adoration chapel.
CISPA celebrated the achievements of new certified Caymanian professionals and recent accounting graduates.
The government wants to hear your thoughts on how alcohol is regulated in the Cayman Islands.
A new sport shooting complex and racetrack are in the works in East End.
In a pivotal time, the National Roads Authority has a new board of directors.
A member of Grand Cayman's liquor board is also one of its biggest licensees.
National Roads Authority paving equipment isn't returning from Cayman Brac anytime soon.
The modular buildings will be able to hold up to 24 police prisoners.
The new U.S. Consular Agency office opens to U.S. citizens in October.
Liquor store owners say they're now able to stay open until 10 p.m.
Baraud is partnering with government to provide employment opportunities to 20 Caymanians, as a start.
The owners of Grand Cayman Beach Suites plan to turn the five-story hotel into Seven Mile Beach’s newest seven-story hotel by adding two floors to the building.
Secretary says it would be too onerous to redact and release records, even in the public interest.
Government's announcement that it was already reviewing liquor licensing caught industry leaders by surprise.
Conflicts of interest derail a Liquor Licensing Board meeting as majority of board members withdraw, now a "review" of the board is publicly announced.
A lack of written transcript of a Planning Appeals Tribunal hearing held up an official decision being issued for months.
Current MRI technology could be boon for local patients.
David Morritt wants everyone to know: “Morritt’s cannot build fast enough.”