Former U.S. President Bill Clinton departed Grand Cayman a 9:10 p.m. tonight (28 March) on the private jet he arrived on during the wee hours of the morning on Sunday, 27 March. After his motorcade arrived at the airport, he greeted and posed for photographs with airport staff and local police in the secure area of the airport for about 15 minutes.
Cayman 27 News crews were able to get a quick glimpse of former US President Bill Clinton leaving the Ritz-Carlton for an unknown destination just before 9 p.m. Saturday (27 March). United States Secret Service Agents accompanying the former president kept our crews at a distance, preventing them from getting a clear image of Mr. Clinton on video.
Former US President Bill Clinton is now in Cayman. Cayman 27 News crews were at the airport for his early morning arrival Sunday, 27 March. The privet jet arrived at the Owen Roberts International Airport at 2:30 am cayman27.com.ky/news/item/9196
A hurricane hunter aircraft landed in Cayman today (Wednesday, 23 March) at the Owen Roberts International Airport to spread hurricane awareness.
The Premier has announced ambitious plans to attract more international business and create thousands of jobs here in Cayman. The Premier made the announcement yesterday, at the Cayman Business Outlook Forum, held at the Ritz-Carlton.
The U.S.S. Kittiwake is finally underwater. The former US navy submarine rescue ship is now an artificial reef sitting on the ocean floor 60 feet below the surface. The Kittiwake is at the northern end of Seven Mile Beach.
With the anticipated $0.25 increase on fuel charges, many businesses have recently pledged not to pass that expense on to their customers, including some major supermarkets. For more visit http://www.cayman27.com.ky/news/item/5904
A group of unemployed construction workers feel they're standing up for their people. On the other side, contractors feel they're being harassed by a bitter group that vandalized their site. For more visit http://www.cayman27.com.ky/news/item/5905
Bodden Town police are appealing for information, and urging people to be extra vigilant, following the theft of two boat engines in separate incidents over the past week. For more details visit http://www.cayman27.com.ky/news/item/5896