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American National, Nightclub Owner Killed in San Ignacio

An American national is the latest victim of a murder which occurred out west in San Ignacio. Details as to why Jeffrey Coats was shot as many as nine times [...]

Who Was Jeffrey Coats?

So who was Jeffrey Allen Coats? While he migrated to Belize and started his nightclub, Coats had a criminal past. Reports surfacing online reflect that back on September sixth, 1994, [...]

Mayor Earl Trapp on Impact of Murders on Twin Towns

This is yet another murder in less than four days in the twin towns of San Ignacio/Santa Elena. It is something unusual within the community and has Mayor Earl Trapp [...]

Christian Kelly Charged for Deadly Independence Day Stabbing

On Friday, San Ignacio police arrested and charged twenty-two-year-old Christian Kelly for the crime of murder, in the wake of a deadly Independence Day stabbing at the Macal River Park.  [...]

A Suspect has been Charged in the Murder of Bernard Timmons

An Orange Walk resident who has been charged for murder twice, in separate incidents, has been charged for the chopping death of librarian Bernard Timmons.  The incident took place on [...]

B.B.A. Writes U.N.D.P. Requesting Buses as Grants

The Belize Bus Association, B.B.A., has written to the United Nations Development Fund, U.N.D.P. essentially requesting that buses be given as grants to conduct business. In the letter, written on [...]

Transport Minister Weighs In On Court Ruling

As we reported last Thursday, the Supreme Court has granted the proprietors of James Bus Line leave for judicial review against the Department of Transport and Floralia Bus Company. The [...]

United States Secretary of State and Prime Minister Briceño Meet in Washington D.C.

Prime Minister John Briceño met with US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken at the Department of State in Washington D.C. today. The meeting was to discuss issues of mutual [...]

PathLight Signs Cooperation Agreement with O.A.S.

Today, PathLight Belize signed a Cooperation Agreement with the Organization of American States (O.A.S.) in Washington, D.C. The agreement provides a framework for both organizations and the Government of Belize [...]

B.D.F. Officer Commits Suicide inside Prison Cell

For the second time in just over a month, a Belize Defense Force soldier has taken his own life. В.D.F. Сaptain, thirty-three-year-old Damacio Coc, who was remanded pending trial, was [...]

Prison Official Says B.D.F. Officer Gave No Suicidal Clues

Captain Coc’s suicide came as a surprise to prison officials, who normally look out for signs from inmates as a part of their training. Murillo told us that Captain Coc [...]

A Vicious Stabbing in San Narciso Village Leaves Woman Seriously Injured

Thirty-five-year-old Kenya Villamil was viciously stabbed by her ex-boyfriend in San Narciso Village on September twenty-first.  She was injured as many as twelve times when Myron Palencia reportedly took a [...]

Still No Suspects in Murder of Chan Chen Fish Vendor

The lifeless body of fifty-year-old Sergio Jovannie Valdez was found near a dumpster in Chan Pine Ridge last Thursday.  A post mortem examination indicates that the fish vendor died as [...]

F.F.B.’s U13 Elite Boys Championship Closes; Belize City Region is the Champion

Welcome to this Monday’s edition of Sports Monday. Tonight, we will be bringing you the stats and highlights from the U13 Elite Boys Championship, the Benny’s Interoffice Basketball League, and [...]

Benny’s Interoffice Basketball League in Memory of Ian Mariano Sr.

Moving on now to the Benny’s Interoffice Basketball League in memory of Ian Mariano Sr. On Friday night, six teams faced off in three, action-packed basketball matches inside the Mexico [...]

Tryouts for Men’s National Basketball Team to the D.R.

This week’s I.B.L. matches are scheduled for this Thursday, Friday, and Sunday inside the Mexico Center. And to more basketball news, an open men national team basketball tryout was held [...]

No Heavy Rains, but Belama Phase 3 is Still Under Water

Flooding in Belama Phase Three has been a perennial issue for residents and business owners in that community.  While it hasn’t been raining incessantly, the area is still submerged and [...]