Jamaica Gleaner News
Published: Monday Saturday | January 10, 2009
St Mary mourns businesswoman's passing
Hundreds of persons turned out at the Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Port Maria, St Mary, on Monday to bid farewell to the late Cecelia Chung, a businesswoman and philanthropist who made significant strides in...Community colleges work on better results
OCHO RIOS, St Ann:Community colleges in Jamaica are planning to implement changes that would see them become more effective institutions.Over 300 representatives, comprising principals, lecturers and students, attended the...Across the nation
SPANISH TOWN, ST CATHERINE:Live well and your legacy will live on. This was the tone that surrounded the Walters reunion in Jericho, St Catherine, on Wednesday.Mind and Spirit - The 'Landlord' story
His is a story of early poverty, family related hardships and criminality. Then one day Orlando Francis' life changed because he embraced the Christian faith. He is now a well-known gospel artiste in Nassau, quietly carving out a niche for himself as a reggae gospel artiste.