Mr. and Mrs. Reynald Joseph opened their used goods store in Marsh Harbour on June 11. Located opposite Memorial Plaza, the shop offers an assortment of merchandise that was bought outright by the owners or left on consignment.
According to reports, the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) have made some headway in breaking a boat theft ring in Abaco after making several arrests near the end of August. The men detained are suspected of stealing over a dozen vessels on the island and are, according to one source, …
Camp Abaco, located a few miles South of Marsh Harbour, often caters to large groups of children, both local and from other islands of the archipelago. These camps are not only for camps held in the summer, but also throughout the year. The Summer Camp starting on July 4 is …
The Bahamas Plastic Camp, created and instructed by Kristal Ambrose, a young Bahamian obtaining her degree in Environmental Science at Gannon University, was held on July 13-14 at Friends of the Environment’s Frank Kenyon Research Centre in Marsh Harbour. During those two days, the participants—all teenagers—learned about the local and …
Dear Editor, Friends of the Environment would like to take a moment to address the concerns raised by Ms. Milanne Rehor about Mermaid Reef in your last issue. For those that don’t know, Mermaid Reef is a patch reef located off Pelican Shores (near Marsh Harbour). Mermaid Reef is located …
While construction continues on $39 million North Abaco port development in Coopers Town the International Port in Marsh Harbour continues to show a lack of maintenance highlighted by a recent video that surfaced on social media showing the deplorable state of the bathrooms at the facility.
Work was being carried out on the Marsh Harbour Government Clinic early in April. The work focused on repairing the leaky roof.
Work continues on the Marsh Harbour Library with the Marsh Harbour Spring City Town Committee looking forward to a November completion date if everything goes as planned.
I would like to make a few comments to the Letter to the Editor in the Abaconian’s Jan 1, 2016 issue, ‘Speaking My Mind.’
I would like to bring to your attention the unattractive- appearance of down-town Marsh Harbour with respect to the garbage which is thrown on the street and around the Union Jack Dock, and the unauthorized parking on the sides of the road leading to Maxwells Supermarket. Further, the road side verges, flowers, shrubs and signage which we constantly have to replace, is being destroyed by the volume of foot traffic that moves back and forth on a daily basis to and from the ferries to Guana Cay and Bakers Bay.