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Christmas comes early to Cardinall Avenue

Hundreds of people turned out to the George Town waterfront Saturday to get in the holiday spirit and enjoy Kirk Freeport Christmas on Cardinall Avenue.

In Focus: Festive parade of Santas

A festive parade of Santas made its way around Camana Bay Sunday morning, bringing some charitable holiday spirit to the town center.

Woman found unconscious after suspected assault

A 32-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a woman was found unconscious in her home in West Bay on Thursday.

Man seriously injured in knife attack

A man is in critical condition after being stabbed multiple times in the early hours of Saturday.

​Cayman to host fishing event with major prizes

The inaugural Cayman Billfish Rundown, a multi-day fishing tournament, has been announced for May 14-17, 2019.

Robbers target George Town barbecue spot

Armed robbers held up Chef John’s barbecue spot in George Town, Friday evening.

Mail call: Brac cruise port

The Brac’s five-year tourism plan lists a cruise port as one if its goals, but officials still are investigating the feasibility of such a project.

Christmas on Cardinall highlights shopping season

It is difficult to remember a time when Camana Bay did not exist and George Town was the only location on the island where shoppers could walk from one boutique to the next, stocking everything from clothing to makeup and jewelry.

Five ways to simplify your holiday decorating

It’s here; the season of go, go, go! The time of year when there is so much to do, especially if you are knee-deep in festivities.

St. Ignatius prize winners announced

St. Ignatius Catholic Church and School has announced the winners of prizes from this year’s Christmas concert and fundraisers.

Compass Marathon booth winners announced

Three half-marathon runners in bright, Christmassy running gear were the winners of this year’s Cayman Compass Marathon photo booth competition. Photos were taken after the race on Dec. 2.

Recycling bins added for expected holiday increase

Anticipating higher holiday volume, the Department of Environmental Health has added a combined total of three new recycling containers to two of its supermarket recycling depots.

Public reminded about rules for drones, fireworks, other holiday celebrations

As the holidays approach, the Civil Aviation Authority has released a reminder for those who want to celebrate by flying drones, putting on fireworks and light displays, and releasing sky lanterns.

Adventists recognize volunteers with day out

A ceremony was held at North Side’s Kaibo beach to recognize Seventh-day Adventist church volunteers last Sunday.

Museum unveiling coat of arms exhibit on Saturday

The nearly yearlong 60th anniversary celebration of the territory’s coat of arms is nearing its end, but not before the Cayman Islands National Museum and Celebrate Cayman hold an event on Saturday that will feature local food, traditional crafts, festive fun and entertainment.

Police host workshop on counterterrorism

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service hosted the first Cayman Islands International Counterterrorism Workshop on Grand Cayman this month.
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School cross-country run next week

John Gray High School is hosting a cross-country run on Tuesday, Dec. 18.

Officers honored for long service

Long-serving police, fire, and prison officers were honored on Dec. 6 at Government House for the career milestones they achieved between 2014 and 2017.

NFL quarterback has stem cells stored in Cayman

Down five points to the defending conference champion, the New England Patriots, with seven seconds to play on Sunday, Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill completed a pass that led to his team scoring a 69-yard, game-winning touchdown – what has been dubbed as the “Miami Miracle.”

Premier responds to May confidence vote

Premier Alden McLaughlin issued a statement congratulating British Prime Minister Theresa May after she won a vote of confidence among her Conservative Party colleagues Wednesday evening in London.
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