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September 03, 2021
WSC turns on piped water on Long Island for the first time

Hundreds of Long Island residents now have running water for the first time after the Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) formally turned on the valves to two areas of the island yesterday.

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June 28, 2019
Contract for Long Island potable water will bring relief to residents

No longer will residents of Salt Pond and other settlements in Long Island have to wait for the tanker trucks to visit their homes and fill their tanks with water to take baths, clean and do laundry...

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December 18, 2019
Grandparents of WSC Executive Chairman Pleased with Proposed Long Island Water Projects

“It is a big day. I cannot explain it,” said 87-year-old Edward Gibson, of the proposed water systems for several settlements in Long Island...

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January 10, 2019
Water and Sewerage Corporation Continues Water Improvement Projects in Long Island and Crooked Island

The Water and Sewerage Corporation continues to execute a Caribbean Development Bank Water Improvement Project by improving access, reliability and the quality of water supply systems in Long Island and Crooked Island...

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November 22, 2019
Water Project Set to Begin in Several North Long Island Settlements

Long Island, The Bahamas -- Residents in several North Long Island settlements are set to receive water for the first time...

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July 20, 2015
Reiss Engineering gives back to The Bahamas Reiss Engineering Gives Back to the Bahamas Humane Society

Reiss Engineering, Ltd. is the largest civil and environmental engineering firm headquartered in Nassau, and is a long-time supporter of the Bahamas Humane Society...

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October 13, 2011
Doctors Hospital associates 'Go Pink' for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

NASSAU, Bahamas -- Physicians, nurses and other Doctors Hospital associates have 'gone pink' during Breast Cancer Awareness Month as a reminder to all patients and visitors that mammograms can save lives.
All month long, they have traded in their traditional white gloves for pink ones to encourage all the women who come through the hospital to perform monthly breast self-examinations and once they...

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