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When it comes to Christmas, it's all about the children, so the Lions Club of Grand Cayman is hosting a party for the island's...
A lively crowd of around 200 delighted seniors attended a special evening of dining and entertainment at the Lions Centre on 2 Dec. The Department...
Sports and fitness enthusiasts will be testing their strength and endurance this weekend at the first Cayman Islands Strongman competition, which takes place on Saturday, 5 Oct., at the Lions Centre from 1‑6pm.
Police are advising motorists to exercise caution on Saturday and to expect slight delays while the Miss Teen Cayman Islands Motorcade is under way.
The traditional end-of-the-year National Community Enhancement project will run Nov. 26 to Dec. 14.
Government’s summer work program for jobless Caymanians has divided opinions, politically.
Hundreds of jobless Caymanians packed into the Lions Centre Monday to sign up for government’s summer work program.
On Aug. 6, 56 years ago, Jamaica lowered the British flag forever to replace it with the new Jamaican flag, hailed by the island’s proud national anthem.
Carlo Lee, 29, the artist who created the 8-foot-high elephant trash sculpture that appeared recently along Esterley Tibbetts Highway, in a field just north of Lime Tree Bay Avenue, said he wanted to make a point about Cayman’s trash issue.
The Optimist Club of George Town has donated $10,617 to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society to help childhood cancer sufferers. The Cancer Society’s project coordinator Victoria Anderson-Gray accepted the check at the Cancer Society office on Maple Road on Friday.
Kirkland Nixon, Cayman’s first fire chief, was remembered Sunday as a family man, a voracious reader and a consummate public servant during a solemn memorial service held at the Lions Centre.
Anyone who attended the energetic Spring Splash concert on Festival Green featuring Ky-Mani Marley and Diana King will no doubt be eager to hear about this year’s event and headliner. Spring Splash is back on March 23 at the Lions Centre with Luciano Messenjah topping the bill.
The government is hosting its “National Community Enhancement Project,” offering temporary seasonal work to unemployed Caymanians in Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands.
Brains and beauty helped Kevie-Ann Peirre beat five contenders to the throne to be crowned Miss Teen Cayman Islands at the Lions Centre on Saturday night. The 17-year-old from Bodden Town will receive a four-year scholarship from the Ministry of Education.
Six young women are vying for the title of Miss Teen Cayman in the 37th annual competition on Aug. 26. The event at the Lions Centre features the theme “Young Women in a Changing World.”
A new queen reigns in the Cayman Islands.West Bay contestant Anika Conolly, 27, was chosen over four other women to wear the Miss Cayman Islands crown, at Saturday night’s competition at the George Town Lions Centre.
Making a special visit to the Cayman Islands to celebrate his 40th birthday, Grammy award-winning gospel singer Jason Crabb is slated to perform at Pedro Castle this Sunday.
A Cayman Islands pharmacy says it has secured an import permit to bring cannabis oil to the territory for medicinal purposes.It is believed to be the first such permission to be granted since cannabis oil extracts and tinctures were legalized late last year.
Every December, residents of Cayman are treated to the sight of gleaming bikes, riding in formation along Cayman’s roads for a good cause.
Inside the Lions Centre on Sunday, thousands of residents rallied for the preservation of traditional “family values.” The huge gathering, impressive by any measure, was testimony to the fact that the collective character of the Caymanian people is rooted deeply in conservative religious values and beliefs.
Thousands of people packed the Lions Centre Sunday night for what was billed as the Cayman Islands’ first “family values” conference.
Grammy Award winner Jason Crabb delivered a night to remember Sunday at the Lions Centre.
Nine school choirs have been selected as finalists in the Lions Club of Grand Cayman Youth Choir competition 2016.
Cayman Islands designers Norma Ebanks, Isy B, K. Rose and Olivia B were among the local, regional and international designers featured at the grand finale of Cayman Islands Fashion Week at the Lions Centre on Saturday evening. Hundreds turned out to see the models strutting the runway, showing off diverse and fanciful designs.