ARTICLES BY ALMA CHOLLETTE
The 2016 edition of “Drive Safely in Cayman” by Graham Walker was recently updated and published for drivers seeking guidance on navigating the roads in Cayman.
Brando Rankin, 28, was approved and admitted as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands in a ceremony in court.
For more than 15 years, bus driver Elard Myles has charged his passengers a local rate of $1.
Six former Wesleyan Christian Academy graduates have joined the school’s staff this year.
More than 250 applications were submitted at a recruitment drive on Wednesday by those seeking to join the emergency and prison services.
Camana Bay will be celebrating the 100th birthday of renowned children’s author Roald Dahl through September, which is designated Literacy Month.
All week long and just days before the start of the new school year, local football organization FC International has been hosting its annual summer camp program in the district of North Side.
To inspire Cayman’s youths to make better choices and take positive steps in the upcoming school term, former Northward prison inmate George Roper took the opportunity to address more than 50 youths at the FC International Football Camp last Wednesday at the George Town Annex Field.
After almost six years together, Priscilla Habib and Clem Scott tied the knot last month in West Bay.
For 22-year-old Loughborough University graduate Alexander McCallum, working toward becoming a qualified accountant is the next step of his career since graduating last month with the highest academic achievement of his degree.
Nine-year-old Alex Dailey has surpassed his goal of fundraising for charities in Cayman after cycling with his dad across the U.S. state of Iowa.
Thursday was a rest day for Cayman’s Olympic sailor Florence Allan, who has been battling through this week’s preliminary Laser Radial races.
After grinding out 135 miles in July from the desert of Death Valley to the trailhead of Mount Whitney, California, Kerri Kanuga is back in training for her next challenge.
The youngest athlete representing the Cayman Islands in Rio this year will compete Monday in the “Laser Radial” race.
Twelve young people with strong academic, community service, sports and culture accomplishments were named as the latest honorees of the Proud of Them campaign Wednesday.
The Cayman Islands has two talented swimmers competing in the Summer Games in Rio – and the pair happen to be brother and sister.
Eighty-five guests witnessed the recent marriage of Sophia Flowers of Midland, Michigan, and local boxer Peter Lewison of Prospect, George Town.
On July 15 five years ago, Anya Edun and Aldene “Roy” Forbes met for the first time on an excursion to Stingray City.
For the first time in years, Cayman is in the top ranks of the Caribbean’s junior squash league.
Eighteen-year-old Ethan Whittaker will be packing his bags soon to attend Princeton University, one of eight Ivy League schools in the United States.