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2 injured as youths attack security guards

A group of youths attacked security guards at the George Town Yacht Club on Sunday night, after being asked to leave the club’s swimming pool.

Stabbing arrest made after unrelated wreck

A man was in critical condition at the Cayman Islands Hospital Monday afternoon after being stabbed in a fight in the early morning hours at Vic’s Bar on North Sound Road.

Car flips in two-vehicle accident

A two-car accident outside Kirk Office on North Sound road resulted in multiple injuries on Friday around 1:30pm.
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Four injured in six-vehicle collision

Four people sustained minor injuries from a six-vehicle collision on North Sound Road in front of the Alissta Towers complex on Tuesday around 5:50pm.

Power outage Sunday on North Sound Road

The Caribbean Utilities Company is planning a scheduled outage for customers on North Sound Road in George Town on Sunday, May 5.
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North Sound Road to have power outage

The Caribbean Utilities Company is advising its customers in North Sound Road, George Town, that they will experience interruptions to their service from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, April 14.

Traffic diversions for royal visit

Motorists are advised that traffic diversions will be in place around the airport and other landmarks during the royal visit on Wednesday and Thursday.

Former employee admits to Humane Society burglaries

A former employee at the Cayman Islands Humane Society pleaded guilty in Grand Court on Monday to two counts of burglary at the organization’s compound on North Sound Road.

Cockfighting roosters to be destroyed

Approximately 40 roosters were ordered to be destroyed after two men pleaded guilty to charges arising from reported incidents of cockfighting.

Car crash closes road

The northbound lane of North Sound Road was closed for more than four-and-a-half hours on Thursday morning following a two-car collision in which one person was seriously injured.

UPDATE: Man seriously injured in ‘firearm incident’

Police confirmed that a man was injured Friday on Sound Way in George Town with what they believed to be a gunshot wound. Emergency services were dispatched to the scene shortly before 8 p.m., when it was reported that shots had been fired.

Employee charged with four Humane Society burglaries

A former employee of the Cayman Islands Humane Society was brought to Summary Court late Monday charged with four burglaries of the organization’s premises on North Sound Road.

5 arrested for drinking and driving

Police also made five arrests for DUI over the weekend of Sept. 14-16.

Robbery, attempted robbery in George Town

Royal Cayman Islands Police are searching for suspects in an attempted robbery and a robbery last week in George Town.

Police: Man grabbed girl outside church

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is seeking a man who is alleged to have grabbed a young girl outside a George Town church Monday.

Bail refused in burglary of Humane Society

Charges of burglary and damage to property were laid against a George Town resident after the Humane Society building on North Sound Road was broken into earlier this week.

Fire Service vehicle collides with SUV

A woman was slightly injured Tuesday afternoon when her Honda CR-V collided with an emergency fire vehicle at the intersection of Shedden and North Sound roads.

Man suspected of cockfighting operation

Police recovered 40 roosters at a North Sound Road address and arrested a 32-year-old George Town man on suspicion of crimes related to cockfighting on Wednesday, June 6.

Signal at Thomas Russell Avenue, Shedden Road to undergo work

The traffic signal at Thomas Russell Avenue and Shedden Road, near Jacques Scott, will undergo routine maintenance by the National Roads Authority Thursday evening.

EDITORIAL – Celebrating Cayman’s blooming season of growth

Here in Cayman, where the flowers remain vibrant all the year round, we have our own season of growth to celebrate – economically, that is – as dozens of exciting development projects are springing up.

Cranes will create multi-story container tower

Unable to expand outwards, Cayman’s Cargo Distribution Centre is expanding upward. A $5.6 million project, currently under way, will allow the Port Authority to stack shipping containers seven stories high, ensuring the Grand Cayman has enough storage capacity for the next 20 years, according to port director Clement Reid.

Upgrades slated for Dept. of Vehicle and Equipment Services facility

The Department of Vehicle and Equipment Services is getting an upgrade.

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