In a ceremony of historic significance and meaning on July 7, the recently built Marsh Harbour International Airport was renamed after one of Abaco’s most iconic sons of the soil as World War 2 hero Leonard M. Thompson was posthumously honoured. Born in Hope Town in 1917 young Mr. Thompson …
By Hubert A. Ingraham Leonard Maurice Thompson is a man that Abaco ought to revere and to never forget. It is therefore most fitting that the Government of The Bahamas is today (July 7, 2016) formally naming the Marsh Harbour International Airport in his honour. Born in Hope Town, Captain …
The Hope Town District Council met April 16 and oversaw the largest recorded value for building plan applications approved by the Council, with the total value at about $31.1 million.
Police in Abaco are searching for a male suspect who is wanted for questioning in connection with the discovery of found Dangerous Drugs at the Marsh Harbour International Airport. Reports are that on Monday 12th October 2015 shortly after 12:00pm, police were called to the Marsh Harbour International Airport where …
“Concerns of a technical nature” are proving to be a challenge for the Ministry of Works and has delayed their ability to “issue necessary approvals” said the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Renewal, Philip Brave Davis, while speaking at the Abaco Business Outlook on September 25 at the Abaco Beach Resort.