Your Monday edition of our Caymanian Times is back on the stands in Supermarkets, Gas Stations and many more locations across Cayman from this week.
Our commitment to providing full coverage of issues, events and developments across the Cayman Islands no matter how big or how small, remains strong despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a brief hiatus, as we too had to make adjustments because of the impact of the pandemic, we are pleased to be back with our Monday edition.
This brings us back to our regular three-times-a-week publication schedule - and an important step in eventually resuming our daily paper.
It is this commitment to Cayman that has enabled us to weather the storms - not just of COVID - and to chart a course that has kept us focused always on the bigger picture and the wider perspective.
Through the support of our readers and advertisers, Caymanian Times has kept in step with the changes, challenges and triumphs of our times here in Cayman.
As Cayman charts its way out of the pandemic and with one of the most crucial general elections in generations, this jurisdiction - like the rest of the world - is at a critical crossroads.
In the midst of all this and the myriad other issues demanding the attention of all sectors of the society, the role of the press in Cayman has quite possibly never been more necessary to our democracy and development.
With the return of the Monday edition of Caymanian Times, look out for comprehensive election coverage, business reports, community developments and concerns, the return of our popular series Talk on The Street, and much more.