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MATRIARCH MARIE THERESE VERCINA
August 26, 2021
MATRIARCH MARIE THERESE VERCINA

GRAVESIDE FUNERAL SERVICE for MATRIARCH MARIE THERESE VERCINA, Age 69 years of Coco Plum Road and Florida Court, and formerly of Port-de-Paix, Haiti who died on Friday, August 6th, 2021 will be held at Graveside Woodlawn Gardens on Saturday, August 28th at 11:00am.

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Three perish in house fire
August 09, 2021
Three perish in house fire

THE charred remains of a woman and two children were discovered after a fire at a residence on Coco Plum Road off East Street was extinguished yesterday.

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Two arrested for drug possession
June 28, 2021
Two arrested for drug possession

A MAN and a woman were arrested in Grand Bahama on Friday accused of drug possession with intent to supply.

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January 23, 2020
Bail denied to man, 31, accused of causing harm

A GRAND Bahama man was charged in the Freeport Magistrates' Court yesterday in connection with a video that was posted on social media of him allegedly punching another man. Wayne Garnett Barr Jr, 31, of Coco Plum Street, Pioneers Loop, appeared bef

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February 23, 2019
Flo Miller launches book 'Return to Mango Hill'

An excerpt from Bahamian Flo Miller's novel "Return to Mango Hill" reads: "Island life in 1950 was so free. The children were never afraid to go into the woods alone to pick wild sapodillas and coco plums or walk on the beach looking for seashell [...]
The post Flo Miller launches book 'Return to Mango Hill' appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.

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February 16, 2019
Bahamian Fashion Icon Flo Miller Launches Book - Return to Mango Hill

“Island life in 1950 was so free. The children were never afraid to go into the woods alone to pick wild sapodillas and coco plums or walk on the beach looking for seashell treasures washed ashore…The children had to go down the hill to the well for water and walk back up sometimes at sunset. Each child has a little bucket for their water and they would play hide and seek along the way.”
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June 09, 2017
Bimini Regatta set for the end of June

The Bimini Regatta Committee is pleased to announce its upcoming 'C' Class regatta, scheduled for June 23-25, in beautiful Bimini.
"We are extremely pleased to have as our partners the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources, BTC, Resort World Bimini, Caribbean Bottling, the Ministry of Tourism, L. Andrew Consultants (Lynden Johnson), The Carnival Commission, 112 Restaurant and Bar, the Sheri...

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June 23, 2016
Disabled man shot dead in Pioneer's Loop, Freeport

A DISABLED man was found shot dead in a shack in the Pioneer's Loop Subdivision of Freeport, Grand Bahama, on Thursday evening.

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February 10, 2016
Two men in rape case say woman gave consent

A POLICE investigator told the Supreme Court yesterday that two of the seven men accused of rape admitted to having consensual sex with a Bimini woman who had also given her permission for their friends to have sex with her after a night of drinking and partying at several night clubs.

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May 01, 2015
Freedom Farm season winding down

The Freedom Farm Baseball League (FFBL) celebrated its opening day this year on January 17, 2015.

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