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AM Best affirms credit rating of Cayman First Insurance AM Best has affirmed the Long-Term Issuer Credit Ratings of “a-” of Cayman First Insurance, the property/casualty...

Cox Lumber intern heading to UK college

Young Caymanian Janelle Thomas has joined Cox Lumber in Bodden Town this summer as an intern.

 Customs: Online ‘challenges’ mostly fixed

Cayman Islands customs officials said Thursday that most of the technical “glitches” afflicting its online registration platform for importers have now been addressed, and more than 300 customs declarations have been processed via the new Customs Online Service portal.

Development projects held up by customs ‘glitches’

Paul Pearson and his company Davenport Development have built and sold more than two dozen apartments at an unfinished South Sound condominium complex, but as of Wednesday, they could not get hold of the windows required to complete the outside of the building.

Cox Lumber to shutter Eastern Avenue store

Cox Lumber will close its store on Eastern Avenue on Saturday, Nov. 25, the company announced this week.

Man finds credit card, rakes up $3,000 bill

A man who found a credit card in a parking lot and then used it at different businesses was sentenced on Monday for four charges of obtaining property by deception. Ruel Dervin Brown, 46, admitted obtaining goods by falsely representing that he was authorized to use someone else’s credit card.

Cox Lumber celebrates first anniversary

Activities including horseback riding were part of the anniversary celebration at Cox Lumber Company in Bodden Town on Saturday.

West Bay students take part in Commonwealth Day march

Sir John A. Cumber Primary School students participated in Commonwealth Day last week.

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