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Spencer Fordin holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Florida and spent 16 years writing for MLB.com prior to moving to Grand Cayman. Fordin, a native of Port Washington, NY, has worked in New York, Baltimore and Toronto before relocating to Cayman in 2017.
ARTICLES BY SPENCER FORDIN
Chris Myles conducts his work day just like everyone else.
A tropical wave passed over Cayman on Tuesday, causing heavy afternoon rains and flooded streets.
Health City Cayman Islands is adding a multimillion-dollar, comprehensive cancer treatment center at its existing facility in East End.
Carlos Garcia is perched on a ladder, mobile phone in one hand and paintbrush in another, and he’s bringing order to a blank space with a series of anarchic strokes.
The Caribbean is about to get a taste of Cayman home cooking.
Josh Weaver is no stranger to being the youngest rider in a race.
Cayman Water and its customers have come together to aid a local charity.
The Cayman men’s amateur golf team became regional champions for the first time last week at the Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships.
Four Cayman-based cyclists – Guy Manning, Chris Smith, Jon Roney and Andy Childe – were among a group of seven who pulled into John o’Groats on Sunday, July 29, to complete a journey that saw them trace the western edge of Great Britain in just seven days.
Kerri Kanuga sent two pairs of sneakers to a runner’s funeral and is still waiting for feeling to return to one of her toes. But otherwise, her third running of the Badwater 135 was a rousing success.
The competitors for the Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships began arriving on Saturday, and Jamaica was the first team to touch down at Owen Roberts International Airport.
Robert Todd Seward, the former manager and head professional at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, had his theft and forgery case moved from Summary Court to Grand Court on Monday.
A West Bay man was sentenced to a conditional discharge Monday for a pair of animal cruelty charges stemming from an incident in which a dog suffered chemical burns last August.
Police officers converged on Smith Cove Thursday afternoon, bringing multiple cars, a helicopter, the K-9 unit and a boat from the Joint Marine Unit in pursuit of three burglary suspects.
The commute along West Bay Road is turning into an artist’s paradise.
Local realtor Kerri Kanuga is pushing her body beyond the limits of human endurance.
Twelve blue iguanas were released back into the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park on Thursday, doubling the park’s resident population and signaling the end of a long journey.
Two young Caymanians are about to take the football trip of a lifetime.
A passionate crowd showed up at the South Sound Community Centre Tuesday night for a meeting about the redevelopment of Smith Cove, also known as Smith Barcadere.
Is it coming home? Legions of British football fans will fill the pubs on Grand Cayman Wednesday afternoon as England seeks to move one step closer to a World Cup championship.