Lee’s Corner Store & Deli Located in Murphy Town, Lee’s Corner Store & Deli is owned by three sisters – Raquel, Michelle and Keishchelle Thurston. The small, convenience store officially opened on Aug. 20 and services the neighborhood. Lee’s Corner Store offers grocery items, meat selections, snacks, a variety of …
The first in a series of’ Enactus Startup 242’ Social Enterprise competitions held in partnership with St. Mary’s University took place at Agape Christian School on Dec. 8. Two additional competitions were scheduled for Forest Heights Academy (FHA) and Abaco Central High School (ACH).
On April 19, Carl Archer, a Bahamian who graduated from Saint Mary’s University Sobey School of Business, and a colleague of his, Ali Algermozi, visited Abaco Central High School to make a presentation to the seniors on how to become entrepreneurs.
Crystal Tinker opened her new business – World Tour Travel – in November 2015. While World Tour Travel is a home-based business, it operates as a fully-serviced travel agency offering airfare, hotel, car rental or cruise packages. World Tour Travel is open from Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Telephone number: 699-2087.
Studio One had its Grand Opening late December 2015 and has continued to grow steadily. Studio One, which is the original building’s name, was once also an art studio home to one of the earliest members of the Sailing Club. Today it hosts the locally famous Hope Town Canvas as well as a bike rental and repair shop.
Islands Fast Food Islands Fast Food – owned by Stan and Brian Sawyer – opened its doors, and Abaco’s only drive thru, in September 2015. Islands Fast Food is located in the former Kenny Long/Long’s Landing building on Bay Street in Marsh Harbour. The drive thru begins at the corner …
Owned by Henley and Vernita Dawkins, Tardies Cleaning Services (also referred to as Tardy’s Cleaning Services) opened in November 2014.
32° Below Ice-Cream Parlor and Sporting Lounge is owned by Nehemiah and Venetta Saunders, and is one of Abaco’s newest businesses that focuses on feeding (and entertaining) the entire family.
Formerly called The Apple Tree, Be Beautiful Owners Jan Ingraham and Dayneth Roberts introduced customers to their new name and new store location last month.
Food Planet began serving Haitian and Bahamian cuisine in Novembe, 2013. They pride themselves in having the best Greo in town which can be served with fish, chicken wings or pork. They also serve native Bahamian dishes which are guaranteed to satisfy your palette