On this day, 7 December 1976, Grenada witnessed its most contentious general elections to date.
On this day in 1961, a bright Sunday morning, nearly 400 passengers and 300 crew of the Bianca C were...
The right to vote, which many take for granted, was denied to most Grenadians until 10 October 1951.
On 22-23 September 1955, Hurricane Janet, an exceptional storm, ravaged Grenada. It broke all the rules.
On this day, 7 September 2004, Hurricane Ivan devastated Grenada, leaving 34 people dead and wreaking havoc across the islands.
On this day, 1 August 1834, the British government declared all slaves in its colonies to be free.
On this day, 17 July 1860, witnessed the arrival in St. George’s Harbour of the Tartar from St. Helena with...
On this day, 9 July 1725, fourteen captured maroons, including one woman, were executed.
On this day, 6 July 1779, French naval forces engaged the British, bolstering the French control of Grenada.
On this day, 4 July 1779, the French forced the surrender of British forces on Grenada following the attack and...