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16-year-old shot to death in Grenada – WJTV

WJTV16-year-old shot to death in GrenadaWJTVPolice tell WJTV that on Thursday morning, they went to Jackson Avenue to respond to a shooting. They found Lonell Diggins the teen lying on the floor inside of a home.The coroner arrived and pronounced Diggi...

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Teenager found shot to death in Grenada – Mississippi News Now

Teenager found shot to death in GrenadaMississippi News NowThis morning, Grenada police responded to a shooting call in the 3000 block of Jackson Avenue. When police arrived, they found the body of 16-year-old Lonell Diggins of Grenada lying on the flo...

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Grenada spices up Republic Bank talent contest – Trinidad Guardian


Trinidad Guardian

Grenada spices up Republic Bank talent contest
Trinidad Guardian
Show host Jason “JW” Williams, right, celebrates with Team Grenada, overall winner of the 2017 Republic Bank Talent Spectacular. The title of Republic Bank Talent Spectacular Champion belongs to Team Grenada. The Spice Isle contingent wowed the ...

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10 Reasons To Visit Grenada This Summer – Caribbean360.com (subscription)


Caribbean360.com (subscription)

10 Reasons To Visit Grenada This Summer
Caribbean360.com (subscription)
ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada, Wednesday June 7, 2017 – The tri-island destination of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique provides visitors with boundless opportunities to explore, relax and experience the best of Caribbean living. With its year-round ...

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More BVI track and field records fall in Grenada – Virgin Islands Daily News


Virgin Islands Daily News

More BVI track and field records fall in Grenada
Virgin Islands Daily News
TORTOLA — British Virgin Islands athletes established two national records and several personal bests during the Whitsuntide Games in Grenada during the weekend. Britney Peters reclaimed the javelin throw record by a centimeter, which had been ...

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A Family’s Utopian Dreams Meet Grenada Invasion in ‘The House on Coco Road’ – ColorLines magazine


ColorLines magazine

A Family's Utopian Dreams Meet Grenada Invasion in 'The House on Coco Road'
ColorLines magazine
Filmmaker Damani Baker's ("Still Bill") activist and educator mother Fannie Haughton moved her family from Oakland to leftist-ruled Grenada in pursuit of Black liberation. Her hopes were dashed when the United States invaded the Caribbean nation in 1983.

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Bissessar breaks 12-year drag racing record in Grenada – Trinidad News


Bissessar breaks 12-year drag racing record in Grenada
Trinidad News
TRINIDAD and Tobago's Andy Bissessar broke a 12-year racing record, at the Grenada Motor Club's (GMC) first international drag racing event for 2017, which took place at the Pearls Speedway in St Andrew, Grenada, on May 21. Bissessar, who was racing ...

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