UK Court: Jahkiel Samuels Charged For Allegedly Threatening Cafe Staff With A Fake Gun

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WBWire: West Bridgford Wire: NOTTINGHAM, England - A Bermudian who resides in England, who reportedly threatened a man with a gun in front of people in a café has been remanded in custody. Jahkiel Samuels, 35, of Westbury Road in Basford, Nottingham was formally charged in Nottingham Magistrate... Read more

DPT: Buses Back In Service On Back To School Day

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Bermuda's public bus service is in fact back in service on 'Back to School' day with mini bus service to support the school run. The Department of Public Transportation (DPT) had initially stated that buses would be back on the road on Wednesday. That turned out not to be the case due to low hangin... Read more

Police Identify The Island’s Third Road Fatality Victim As Leric Lightbourn, 21

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News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - The Bermuda Police Service can now identify the victim in the island’s third fatal road traffic collision this year, as 21-year-old Leric Lightbourn. Mr. Lightbourn succumbed to injuries sustained in a two vehicle collision, which occurred just east of the ju... Read more

General Election 2020: Advanced Polling Takes Place On Thursday & Friday

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The advanced poll for Bermuda's registered voters who plan to travel , incapacitated voters and seniors will take place on Thursday and Friday at four designated polling stations. Those polling stations will be set up both days at Midland Heights Seventh-day Adventist Church, Horticultural Hall a... Read more

RBR, Essential Services & Utility Crews Commended For Recovery In ‘Record Time’

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[caption id="attachment_32239" align="alignleft" width="448"] Renée Ming, Minister of National Security, Photo Courtesy of TNN[/caption] Bermuda's essential services, utility workers and emergency responders were commended by the the Premier and Minister of National Security, Renée Ming, for "m... Read more

The Aftermath Of Hurricane Paulette In Pictures

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Now that it's over, here's a look at the aftermath of Hurricane Paulette on Monday, September 15, 2020 down at the East End and Flatt's Village - Give Thanks!  

City of Louisville Expected To Announce ‘Substantial’ Settlement In Breonna Taylor Shooting

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New York Daily News: MAHATTAN, NY - The City of Louisville has reportedly reached a “substantial” financial settlement with the family of Breonna Taylor, a Black EMT who was fatally shot in her Kentucky home during a no-knock drug raid back in March. The agreement, which will also i... Read more

Belco Update: 6,803 Customers Still Without Power Down From 23,408 After The Storm

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[caption id="attachment_32139" align="alignleft" width="239"] Photo: Tony Burgess, Facebook[/caption] As of 9am this morning there were 6,803 customers without power, as Belco crews continue to work around the clock to get all customers back online in the wake of Hurricane Paulette. That numbe... Read more

Former Premier To Open ‘Literary SoulFest’ At Largest African American Bookstore In Texas

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[caption id="attachment_32182" align="alignleft" width="339"] Photo: 99 Designs[/caption] News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - September is National Literacy Month in the United States and to that end, the Dock Bookshop in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, will host 'Literary SoulFest'. The event will ... Read more

Businesses Urged To Delay Reopening Until 12 Noon Today

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[caption id="attachment_32135" align="alignleft" width="281"] Photo: Royal Bermuda Regiment[/caption] News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda - The Minister of National Security, Renee Ming has requested businesses to delay opening their establishments until 12 noon today (September 15). Minister Min... Read more