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Cayman's seafaring heritage will have new monuments to mark its contribution to the development the islands as Premier Alden McLaughlin announced Monday that Harbour Drive will be renamed and a new public park will be developed.
Protesters lined the George Town waterfront on Friday, as part of a growing environmental movement driven by student activists.
The Cayman Islands Government is hosting condolence books wherein people can pay their respects to recently deceased legislator John McLean and his family.
The event is the first in what is expected to be a monthly series of happenings designed to help bring more people to George Town’s waterfront. Saturday’s event ran until 11pm.
George Town’s Harbour Drive has a new splash of colour.
A number of events will be held this weekend in relation to visiting dignitaries for the International Trade Summit and Celebrate Cayman’s Constitution anniversary celebrations, leading police to advise about possible road closures and potential delays.
Police advised that sections of roads in downtown George Town will be closed on Saturday evening during a march.
Police advised that a number of streets in George Town will be closed on Saturday during Junior Batabano.
Police are advising motorists that roads in downtown George Town will be closed Saturday to facilitate a demonstration by opponents of the recent same-sex marriage court ruling.
The Cayman Islands National Museum is getting a new roof to protect the artefacts inside the downtown building on Harbour Drive.
The National Trust for the Cayman Islands’ Glow Run 5K is back! On March 30, runners, walkers and those pushing strollers are all welcome to join the Trust for a bright and breezy journey through the streets of George Town.
Cayman waterfront businesses were working Sunday to clean up and repair their premises after winds and high waves battered George Town, Seven Mile Beach and West Bay over the weekend.
Hundreds of people turned out to the George Town waterfront Saturday to get in the holiday spirit and enjoy Kirk Freeport Christmas on Cardinall Avenue.
Harbour Drive and Cardinall Avenue will be closed between Shedden Road and Fort Street, between 7:30 p.m. Friday night and 3 a.m. Saturday morning, for the Prowess Music Concert in George Town, police advised.
Cardinall Avenue and Harbour Drive, between Shedden Road and Fort Street, will be closed Thursday and Friday night to facilitate the Prowess Music Concert.
High water has forced the closure of Harbour Drive between Fort Street and Goring Street along the George Town waterfront.
Eighty-odd runners, some visiting from overseas and some dressed as swashbucklers, took to the streets Friday evening to participate in the annual Pirates Week 5k Walk/Run run along Harbour Drive.
A new bride had a close encounter with Cayman’s pirates on Saturday. Inspired by the desire to do something unconventional for his wedding day, groom Ben Jones organized a surprise kidnapping of bride Sharon Hong.
Scores of privateers and marauders flooded the streets of downtown George Town in search of plunder and booty Saturday in the marquee event of Grand Cayman’s annual Pirates Week celebration.
Movers for Life, a group that advocates fitness and healthy living, will hold a 10K run/walk on Monday morning.
Reggae and dancehall superstar Beenie Man will headline tonight’s Pirates Week street dance downtown on Harbour Drive.
The Cayman Islands’ new governor Martyn Roper touches down in the territory Monday morning, before a hectic first week of official engagements.
Police are investigating a report of two men being stabbed during an altercation in George Town early Saturday morning.
Certain George Town roads will be closed Thursday and Friday for the Xtreme Wet Fete.
The year 2018 marks the 60th anniversary of the Cayman Island’s Coat of Arms and Celebrate Cayman, an organization within the Cayman Island’s government, is hosting a cultural extravaganza to kick off the summer holidays and mark this momentous occasion.
Lyle Sampson Alexander Peart, 18, appeared in Summary Court on Monday charged with attempted murder, and wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm as an alternative.
A 21-year-old male sustained multiple stab wounds early Saturday morning during a fight outside Margaritaville restaurant on Harbour Drive in George Town, according to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
A 21-year-old male sustained multiple stab wounds early Saturday morning during a fight outside Margaritaville Restaurant on Harbour Drive in George Town, according to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
Neighborhood police officer Fabian O’Connor, known as the ‘dancing policeman,’ is known for his animated style of directing traffic in the capital.
This year’s Batabano parade, which will wend its way from Seven Mile Public Beach to downtown George Town on Saturday, will have to contend with a new structure – the underpass which is under construction on West Bay Road.
The following road closures will be carried out over the next two weekends to facilitate the annual Batabano carnival and associated events, according to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
To facilitate the “Insane! Wet Fete” event on Friday, April 27, Harbour Drive between Shedden Road and Fort Street will be closed for several hours on Thursday and Friday.
Drivers should be on alert Wednesday night as runners take to the road for the third annual Run In The Dark.
Four young women will be taking part in the annual Pirates Week Festival Queen Costume competition this weekend. The contest will take place Friday at 7:15 p.m, at Harbour Drive. The evening will also feature a fireworks display at the harborfront at 8:30 p.m.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service responded to the scene of an apparent gunshot Friday night in the vicinity of the parking lot behind Margaritaville on Harbour Drive in George Town.
The new Scouts headquarters at Middle Road, George Town, has been completed after a four-year building and fundraising project, ready to provide space for the Girl Guides and the Girls’ Brigade as well.
Changes approved for Pirates Week in its 40th iteration this year may be a “one time only” experiment, according to the head of the Cayman Islands Tourism Attraction Board.
The 2017 Batabano carnival will be held May 4-6, with Junior Batabano on April 29, organizers said Monday.
Some roads in George Town will be closed to traffic from 6 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Saturday morning to accommodate the George Town Music & Food Festival, police advise.
Friday marks the first George Town Music and Food Festival on the waterfront in front of Breezes Bistro & Lounge, Harbour Drive.
Time for buccaneers and wenches to band together for the 39th annual Pirates Week Festival, dubbed this year as the “Age of Romance.”
The Pirates Week Festival is looking for pirates of the four-legged variety to take part in this year’s Pirate Pooch Parade. The parade, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 19, is part of the Pirates Week festivities and will see costumed dogs, pups and their owners march down Harbour Drive.
Pirates Week has scheduled its 5K on the first weekend of festivities and the “To Hell and Back 10K” on the final weekend of events. Both run/walk events are geared for people of all fitness levels.
George Town typically becomes fairly quiet in the evenings, after the last cruise ship has pulled out of port and the sun sets in the distance.