• Family Continues to Seek Answers in Case of Mysterious Drowning

    Family Continues to Seek Answers in Case of Mysterious Drowning

    The family of an American man who was found floating in waters off of Scotland Cay on July 29 is desperately seeking answers to the circumstances that led to his death, according to the family’s representative....

  • Residents Anxious for Improvements as PowerSecure Readies for BEC Transition

    Residents Anxious for Improvements as PowerSecure Readies for BEC Transition

    Residents of Abaco and The Bahamas at large wait in great anticipation to see what effect the government’s agreement with PowerSecure to manage the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) will have on the reliability of their supply and the cost of their service....

  • Abaco’s Ashley Hall Faces Critical Medical Challenge

    Abaco’s Ashley Hall Faces Critical Medical Challenge

      By Amanda Diedrick Meet Ashley Hall. She lives in Marsh Harbour, Bahamas. She just graduated sixth grade. And she weighs 39 pounds. Sadly, that’s not a typo. Eleven-year-old Ashley — the daughter of my childhood friend Nancy (Blair) Hall and her husband, Philip — has suffered from...

  • Update on Aug 17 Boat Theft Trial

    Update on Aug 17 Boat Theft Trial

    The trial for three accused boat thieves, Delan Edgecombe, Dave Thurston and Rashad Fox, was held on August 17, 2015 at the Magistrates Court in Marsh Harbour....

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  • From the editor's Desk: Red Hands, No Cuffs

    Bahamians like our sets and pairs. Peas n’ Rice, Gin & Coconut Water, Sunshine & Sand. But there seems to be a disconnect between law enforcement and the justice system....

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  • Mini-Hospital Status Unknown

    On some future day we will know more than we do now, that is, eventually the story will be told, at least in part and maybe, just maybe we will understand....

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  • From the Editor's Desk: Smog

    If you’re under thirty know that the system has sold your birthright. If you’re over thirty know that your children will grow up in a weaker Bahamas: one reimagined to serve political interests an...

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  • From the Editor's Desk: ClownFish

    It feels that there are people influencing policy that are either intentionally destroying the economy or are, in fact, too stupid to be held accountable for their missteps. I am not sure which option...

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  • Bonefishing Laws Don’t Just Hurt Tourists

    I am a second home owner in Treasure Cay. I have always enjoyed and respected your editorials on the local scene. I am a huge fan of the Abaconian....

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