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120-foot beacon pulled down

Airport construction workers dismantled a 120-foot-tall beacon on Sunday morning. The airport's 'non-directional beacon' had stood at its Walkers Road site for more than 15 years.

Traffic delays expected during funeral procession

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is advising the motoring public to expect delays on Friday afternoon as a funeral procession for the late Justice Charles Quin will be under way.

Burglary included cups of soup

Peter Elmer Ebanks, 22, appeared in Summary Court on Friday charged with a residential daytime burglary committed the day before.

Charge in burglary of Further Education Centre

A charge of burglary has been laid against Meshach Vernal Ebanks, 26, in connection with a break-in at the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre on Walkers Road.

National Trust Glow Run

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.

Classical singer appearing in Cayman this weekend

Jamaican classical singer Sashekia Brown will be performing in Grand Cayman this weekend.

Retiree’s home once owned by first National Hero

The father of retired South Sound resident Bill White quite literally moved house in 1995 when he transported a building owned by the late Jim Bodden, Cayman’s first National Hero, to a site on Walkers Road.

Cars targeted by crooks

Police are investigating two reports of cars being broken into in South Sound, and a third report involving the theft of tires and rims from a car on Walkers Road.

The burning question: cremation or burial

As burial spots in the Cayman Islands grow scarcer and government faces the daunting question of where to find more burial land, Caymanians are looking to cremation as an option.

Judge: Firearm offense is ‘depressingly familiar’

Justice Michael Wood imposed the mandatory sentence of seven years in a case of an unlicensed firearm on Thursday.
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May is Child Month

More than 30 interactive and family-friendly events have been planned to celebrate Cayman’s children in May.

Fun Run still on, other weekend events in Cayman postponed

One event scheduled for this weekend in Cayman will go on as scheduled, but a number of others have been canceled or postponed because of inclement weather related to Hurricane Irma.
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Truth for Youth staffer ‘traumatized’ after robber steals school fees

A school staffer was taken to hospital after being shoved to the ground and robbed at the Truth For Youth School in George Town Thursday morning.

Residents concerned over evacuation process

Neighbors of the Jackson Point fuel terminal have raised concerns about authorities’ handling of Sunday night’s evacuation and the level of communication about the threat posed by the fire inside a diesel tank at the South Church Street facility.

Online police clearances now available

The days of making two trips to the police records office on Walkers Road to obtain police clearances are over, at least for internet users.
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Cyclist mugged in George Town

A cyclist was robbed by three men late Wednesday night, police reported.

West Bay man arrested in jogger attacks

A West Bay man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of indecent assault in connection with sexual attacks on three female joggers in George Town over the past two weeks.

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