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Come and join the fun as Santa arrives by boat, pulled by illuminated, underwater reindeer.
A small tourism development on the George Town waterfront has been granted “after the fact” planning approval despite objections from the National Roads Authority, the Department of Environment and a neighboring landowner.
A man accused of selling ganja to a cruise ship passenger has been temporarily banned from the waterfront in George Town. Devon Elmore Scott, 41, appeared in Summary Court on Wednesday before Magistrate Grace Donalds. He is charged with possession of 5.31 grams of ganja, selling 2.89 grams of the illegal substance and consuming ganja, all on Jan. 18.
Police Monday named the man who died while snorkeling off Eden Rock on Dec. 11 as Mark R. Ambrose, 69, from California.
Construction work on a new tourism development on the George Town waterfront appears to be continuing, despite the Planning Appeals Tribunal’s decision to quash permission for the project.
Dining out is a luxury for some, which is why Restaurant Month is one of the Cayman Islands Tourism Association’s most anticipated months of the year. Folks can wine and dine at many of Cayman’s favorite restaurants throughout October for a fraction of the cost. The fixed-price menus consist of two- or three-course lunches for $15 or $20, and three-course dinners for $25, $35 or $45.
Work on a new tourism business on the George Town waterfront is progressing despite concerns from a neighboring landowner that it is negatively impacting plans to construct a boardwalk and beautify the area.
Driver flees sceneTwo passengers were injured after the car they were traveling in crashed into an abandoned house on North Church Street Wednesday night. The driver of the car fled from the scene, police said.
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.