Search results for : Street Sweeping
Showing 1 to 10 of 10 results
It was a Thanksgiving to remember and a far cry from the shacks packed with glued and glittered costumes for this year's Boxing Day Junkanoo parade, but the good cheer and camaraderie were just as vibrant when leaders of all the major Junkanoo groups gathered in the board room of Bank of The Bahamas Thursday to learn that the 'bank of solutions' would sponsor each with a total donation of $6,000.
One Family was named the unofficial winner of the 2018 Junkanoo Boxing Day Parade tonight, sweeping several major categories, including best choreography, costume, best Shirley Street performance and best overall performance. One Family secured 87.55 points. Valley Boys came in second with 85.61 points and [...]
The post One Family wins 2018 Boxing Day Parade appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.
Schools reopened across the city and tensions seemed to ease Wednesday after Baltimore made it through the first night of its curfew without the widespread violence many had feared...
Nassau, Bahamas - Junkanoo is a street parade with music which occurs in many towns across The Bahamas every Boxing Day (December 26), New Year's Day and, more recently, in the summer on the island of Grand Bahama. The largest Junkanoo parades happen in Nassau and on December 26th the
annual Boxing Day Parade took place on Bay Street.
Abaco Police Conduct "Operation Clean Sweep" - Abaco police cited
fifty-one (51) drivers and arrested twelve (12) people during an
afternoon operation on Monday 4th June, 2012. The operation called
"Clean Sweep" was held between the hours of 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm in the
communities of Marsh Harbour, Dundas Town and Murphy Town.
New Providence Police arrest murder suspect - Police are questionin...
The Perry Christie administration rode into power on the crest of a crime wave that no doubt played a huge part in wiping out the Ingraham administration at the polls on May 7.
Progressive Liberal Party election campaign billboards screamed that nearly 500 people had been murdered during the Free National Movement's (FNM) last five-year term.
While that shocking number may have been one of the fin...
Thursday was, arguably, the best day of Barack Obama's presidency in many, many months.
For the first time in more than 12 weeks, oil stopped gushing from the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico. And in a less-than-dramatic ending, the U.S. Senate gave final passage to Wall Street reform that had been proclaimed dead more times than health-care legislation.