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“My role isn’t to teach these kids basketball, it’s to keep them out of prison.” A new basketball project in Windsor Park is more than...
The Cayman Islands Fire Service's investigation into the large brush fire in near Windsor Park that burned for several hours on Friday, 5 March, was "inconclusive".
A brushfire Windsor Park has been brought under control, but fire crews will remain at the scene until it is deemed there is no further risk to the surrounding area.
Water Authority customers in the Windsor Park area could experience interruptions to their service on Tuesday and Wednesday as post-earthquake pipeline replacements are carried out.
Please allow me a space in your editorial to highlight a number of issues being faced in the Windsor Park community, which is a...
It’s hard to miss the scores of abandoned cars that clutter the narrow roads of communities like Washington Boulevard, Watlers Drive, Central Scranton and Windsor Park.
Unlike hurricanes, we can predict with near-100% certainty that the rainy season will wreak havoc on low-lying neighbourhoods – flooding streets, homes and businesses, causing headaches, inconvenience and damaging property.
The body of a 58-year-old Jamaican man, who was a Cayman Islands resident, was found around 11:30 a.m. Friday at Holmes Turn in Windsor Park.
Police are requesting assistance in locating 11-year-old East End girl Azaria Jackson. Azaria has been missing from her home since Friday, Feb. 9, when she was last seen leaving for a sports day at the Annex Playfield in George Town.
A man was found dead in the Windsor Park area of George Town on Saturday morning.
Early Saturday morning, Royal Cayman Islands Police Service officers found the body of a dead man in Windsor Park.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is investigating three car arsons in the Windsor Park area of George Town.
Friends and family of Hilda Agatha McLean, known by many as Miss Gata, Aunt Gat or Miss Hilda, have been paying tribute to the 104-year-old who passed away last month. Ms. McLean, who was born in 1912 in Grants Town in the parish of St. Mary, Jamaica, died at the Cayman Islands Hospital on May 6. She had lived in Grand Cayman, on and off, since the 1950s.
To foster a positive relationship between youth and police, officers began a new outreach initiative on Saturday by spending time with children at Black Pearl Skate Park in Grand Harbour.
A man was shot and killed early Friday during an incident in George Town’s Windsor Park neighborhood, the Cayman Compass has confirmed.
Two people arrested in Windsor Park last Tuesday for possession of approximately 100 pounds of ganja appeared in Summary Court on Friday morning. At 4 p.m., another defendant arrived, facing the same charge plus possession an unlicensed firearm.
A police raid Tuesday at a Windsor Park home led to three arrests and found substances believed to be ganja and cocaine. A firearm was also recovered in the search, Royal Cayman Islands Police said.
Vets and charity workers were out in Windsor Park, Saturday, giving free vaccinations, patching up the odd bite wound and signing people up to spay or neuter their pets.
A community park in the Windsor Park area of George Town gained a public Wi-Fi hot spot this month, thanks to an initiative from former legislator Ellio Solomon. Residents in the community, one of the least privileged areas in the capital, will be able to get free Internet access in the park.
Allen Hank Bodden stands on the threshold of his home – a ramshackle patchwork of timber and tin, mounted on cinder blocks. He built it himself from pieces of plywood he collected on beaches across Grand Cayman after Hurricane Ivan.