By Billy Hallowell From The Blaze
Jesse Daniels, 53, is accused of endangering the welfare of children for the actions he took after catching four boys in the act of vandalizing his father-in-lawâ€™s home over the weekend. With extensive damage done to the inside of the house, Daniels and his wife called 911 â€” and he [...]
By Billy Hallowell From The Blaze
From Jamaican Gleaner â€“ go-Jamaica.com
The Jamaica Golf Association (JGA) has named a 14-member team to compete at the Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships in the US Virgin Islands from August 5-11.
The squad includes four elite players who will compete for the Hoerman Cup.
The elite players are â€“ Paul Thompson, Jonathan Newnham, William Knibbs and Christopher [...]
By Brian Major From Travel Pulse
The Cayman Islands will build a long-awaited cruise ship terminal in George Town and redevelop the islandâ€™s airport within the next several years, said tourism minister Moses Kirkconnell in a briefing with local press last week.
Kirkconnell said the government will follow the formal process launched under the previous administration to [...]
By Brian Kelly, Sault Star
Travel has offered Sonia Coccimiglio some of the best lessons she’s learned in life.
The Grade 12 student at Korah Collegiate and Vocational School has visited seven countries, including Grand Cayman Islands and Dominican Republic, since 2002. She most recently organized a graduation trip with S-Trip! to Cuba for about 25 Grade [...]
By David Jessop, From Dominican Today
It is quite possible that in less than ten years from now, raw Caribbean sugar will cease to enter the European market. If as seems likely this happens, it will bring to an end not just the preferential arrangements that Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) sugar producers have enjoyed since [...]
The date for the hearing of the challenge to Minister Tara Rivers election to office in West Bay has been set for Wed. July 17th. Both sides must have theirÂ skeleton arguments submitted to each other and the court by Fri. July 12th Â in preparation for the two-day hearing.
One of the arguments in Rivers’ favour is [...]
Britain, working with the United States’ National Security Agency, intercepted phone calls and monitored computers used by officials taking part in two high-level international finance meetings in London in 2009, a British newspaper said on Sunday .
The latest report, leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, reveals that the U.S. specifically targeted Russian President [...]
By Hilary Bown From Eurocheapo
On my most recent easyJet flight from Berlin to Copenhagen, the gate agent attempted to force me to check my small carry-on wheeled suitcase, because, she explained, â€śThe flight crew has informed us there is no space in the cabin.â€ť
I was a little more than peeved. It being a relatively short [...]
From Dominican Today
Santo Domingo.-Â The Caribbean must integrate even further to bolster the regionâ€™s participation in the global economy, and re-launch policies and institutions for a stronger and more confident population, as the only path toward significantly prosperous and progressive societies.
Foreign minister Carlos Morales made the statement to open a Special Meeting of the Caribbean [...]
Three Colombian men were arrested after they jumped into the sea
Officers from the Coast Guard and the Judicial Investigation Police (OIJ) on Thursday night seized at least 600 kilograms of cocaine from a speedboat and arrested three men in the Caribbean province of LimĂłn.
The three men, Colombian nationals, dumped the drugs into the sea in [...]