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ARTICLES BY BASIA MCGUIRE
Shining Stars Childhood Care and Education Centre at Pasadora Place held its annual Parade of Little Professionals on Friday, Nov. 25.
Things are looking up for an injured owl making a recovery at a local veterinary practice.
An unusual project taking place in the waters of the Brac is producing some encouraging results. The Cayman Brac Coral Nursery is part of an initiative that the Department of Environment started in May 2015. Permits were issued to dive shops willing to participate in the project, four on Grand Cayman, one on Little Cayman, and one on Cayman Brac, and the nurseries began in early 2016.
A meeting held on the Brac this week on the green iguana problem gave residents the opportunity to learn more about the status of the invasive reptiles on their island. The meeting on Monday, Oct. 17, at the Aston Rutty Centre was organized by the Department of Environment.
A young Caymanian has recently taken up the reins at a local Montessori school. Briana Bergstrom, 25, now heads the Montessori School of Cayman on South Church Street, succeeding school founder Peggy Anderson. “Peggy opened Montessori School of Cayman in 1988 and brought the Montessori teaching philosophy to the island, after completing her Montessori training in Florida,” explained Ms. Bergstrom,
A weeklong green iguana culling trial kicked off this week in a bid to control the population, which has been estimated to have reached half a million on Grand Cayman.
On paper, the basketball team to beat in the Private School Association League in 2016 was more than likely not the one from Wesleyan Christian Academy.
A group of determined divers recently did their part for Earth Month in the waters off the West Bay coast, offering up their skills in the fight against the invasive lionfish.
Rope making is one of Cayman’s past industries that is kept alive by organizations like Cayman Traditional Arts, relying on volunteers like West Bayer Billy Banker
Visitors to Savannah landmark Pedro St. James looking to take in some of Cayman’s history and culture have a special ally in their quest.
West Bay’s hidden corners play host to numerous hotels, residences and restaurants, and along with them, a facility serving a very special segment of Cayman’s population.
Early settlers in Cayman built distinctive house-shaped graves that have piqued the interest of historians and visitors for many years.
The grounds of Savannah’s Pedro Castle, situated on a stunning outcrop overlooking the turquoise Caribbean, are known for their historic importance to the Cayman Islands. Having served as a private home, courthouse and jail in its time, Pedro Castle itself is the site of an 1831 meeting where the Islands’ first elected parliament had its origins.
In an exciting development for scientists and local plant enthusiasts, a pair of botanists keen to learn more about Cayman Brac’s unique plants recently paid the island a scientific visit.
North Side resident Janice Rae Sanders is gaining accolades for her recently published book. “Going Through the Door and Finding Miracles: A Warts and all...
The Little Cayman District Committee for the National Trust will hold its 24th Annual Easter Auction on Saturday, March 26. Funds from each auction are...
A series of parent workshops focused on developing literacy skills in Year 1 children at George Town Primary launched on Jan. 12. With support from...
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