Tag archive for ‘boardwalk’
By The Publisher On Monday, March 2nd, 2020

New lamp posts on Philipsburg boardwalk

PHILIPSBURG — Utility company GEBE has been commissioned by the Minister of VROMI to provide the boardwalk in Philipsburg with new lighting. From Walter Plantz Square to Bobby’s Marina, the ornamental lamp More...

By The Publisher On Monday, December 9th, 2019

Hustled and harassed in Philipsburg

GREAT BAY — To visit Philipsburg today is to see how the declining benefits of cruise tourism and lack of government support have turned the city into a hustlers’ arena. Hundreds of street advertisers and More...

By The Publisher On Friday, November 16th, 2018

Couple arrested by police

PHILIPSBURG — On Thursday, November 15th at approximately 03.15 p.m. a female identified with initials D.P.G. was arrested by the police bike-patrol in the vicinity of Burger Madness on the Board Walk for More...

By The Publisher On Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

Election campaign without billboards but with unrealistic promises

PHILIPSBURG – These are probably the first elections in a long, long time without huge political billboards all over the island. Whether this is because parties fear a backlash from voters if they dare spending More...

By The Publisher On Sunday, January 28th, 2018

Man arrested police for verbal threat

Philipsburg — On Sunday January 28th at approximately 11.05 a.m. a young man with initials R.R.S. (17) was arrested by the police bike patrol in the vicinity of Hard Rock Café on the Board Walk. While the More...

By The Publisher On Friday, January 5th, 2018

Pasanggrahan wins lawsuit about beach kiosks

PHILIPSBURG – The government has to remove the six kiosks it placed on Great Bay Beach in front of the Pasanggrahan Hotel before June 6, the Court in First Instance ruled on Friday. The hotel took the country More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, September 28th, 2017

Pontoon to be removed from ‘tow away zone’ on Boardwalk by Sunday

Great Bay — Almost anyone or any group of people can remove excess waste that washed up along the shoreline in Philipsburg, but removing a 75-ton pontoon, that washed up on to the boardwalk, requires a special More...