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Emergency officers in the Sister Islands recently received four Lifepack First Responders Emergency Kits.
Cayman Brac's public works department has three new dumptrucks.
Twenty eight officers from the Prison, Fire and Police services were recipients of long-term medals at Government House Thursday. Above are medal recipients from the Police, Fire and Prison services along with the Governor, Mr. Bruce Dinwiddy, middle front.
Twenty eight officers from the Prison, Fire and Police services were recipients of long-term medals at Government House Thursday.
All Fired Up, a pottery and mosaic studio that offeres fun, educational recreation time for children and adults is back.
This dry winter season has created an outdoor environment that is a potential fire trap for homeowners.
Local entertainment website MyMonster.ky will host a spring break party series starting this Saturday, 5 March.
Performing for the first time in the Cayman Islands this Friday as the headline act of the Digicel 1st Anniversary concert, dancehall legend Barrington Levy brings with him a list of hits dating back to the 1970s.
Will this be the year Michael Schumacher is finally knocked off his pedestal? Can he really win an eighth world championship?
With the formalization of the National Roads Authority, the Public Works Department begins a new focus on the construction and maintenance of government buildings.
Storytellers, fire engine displays and kite making are but a few of the things that promise to make Ash Wednesday's Agriculture Day one of the most enjoyable events of this year.
Caribbean Utilities Company is in the process of installing new overhead transmission lines to improve reliability in the West Bay/Seven Mile Beach area.
Fire Station personnel were called out to Hutland Road twice Monday and again this morning to battle a fire. Wind blew sparks from the fire across the road and burned part of a plantation yesterday.
A collection of the latest, local police stories.
A collection of local police reports.
Collection of local police reports.
Collection of local police reports for today.
In the aftermath of a nightclub fire that killed 191 and injured more than 700 in Buenos Aires on 30 December, the Cayman Islands Fire Service and the Liquor Licensing Board are urging nightclub and restaurant owners to be diligent in obeying the fire codes at their establishments.
Far greater than the sum of his tiny parts, Michael J. Anderson is propelled by his considerable intellect, insatiable quest for knowledge, utter fearlessness and love of life.
Last week's accident involving a fire truck at Owen Roberts International Airport could not have come at a worse time for the Cayman Islands Fire Service.
Residents in Spotts-Newlands are demanding that a hurricane refuse dump be completely cleaned.
Some individuals recognize early on what their calling in life is and for Loxley E. M. Banks, broadcasting was the call.
Residents of Spotts Newlands blocked the entrance of the post-Ivan bulk disposal site with their vehicles Friday morning in an attempt to stop dumping.
A fire engine of the George Town Fire Station overturned near the runway of Owen Roberts International Airport at 10.03am Wednesday, temporarily halting all air traffic to and from Grand Cayman.
At approximately 7:30pm on Christmas Day residents of West Bay experienced a black out when a fault occurred at CUCs West Bay Substation. The outage was caused by a faulty lightning arrestor.
Several persons were arrested for Driving Under the Influence over the holidays including a male resident who was arrested on Saturday, 25 December at 5.15pm.
Postmaster General, Mrs. Sheena Glasgow hosted this years Cayman Islands Civil Service Association Christmas Raffle Extravaganza on the lawn of the Glass House.
Its a new catchphrase for radio: 'This is Heaven 97, the Sister Islands station'.
The Royal Bank of Canada Trust Company (Cayman) Limited sponsored a Christmas treat for the firemen at the George Town Fire Station this week.
CAYMAN BRAC - There is to be no alcohol in Pop-a-Top Park, a favourite watering hole in Watering Place.
She is crazy, sexy and cool, and if you blink, youll miss her. Thats how fast Gwen Stefani jets in and out of her role in "The Aviator," the upcoming Martin Scorsese film that finds the No Doubt singer playing a vampy Jean Harlow to Leonardo DiCaprios baby-faced Howard Hughes.
Officials are investigating the cause of a fire that engulfed an abandoned house in West Bay early Sunday morning.