PORT ANTONIO, Portland:WHAT IS being interpreted as an incremental easing of the United States (US) travel-ban enforcement on Cuba, imposed as part of the US embargo against the communist state since 1960, has sparked hope among marine interests that the region could soon begin to enjoy some economic benefits.
PORT ANTONIO, Portland:PORT ANTONIO, the cradle of tourism, is struggling to stay afloat two decades after the pulling out of Norwegian Caribbean cruise liners.
MILE GULLY, Manchester: WHEN ONE visits Mile Gully and engages residents in a discussion about their town, a topic that is bound to come up is the reputed 'Duppy Church' which is said to be haunted.
CONNORS, St Catherine:WHEN ENID Thomas-Peterson became a pre-trained teacher at Ginger Ridge Primary School - her alma mater - in West Central St Catherine in 1953, it...
SANTA CRUZ, St Elizabeth:"MY FLAVOUR is different from everybody else's, it is a gift from the Lord in my hands.
BROWN'S HALL, St Catherine:NIGEL 'STYLA' Knight was not one of the brightest students at Tacius Golding High School in Brown's Hall, St Catherine, during his time, but he has learnt enough to carve out a living.
PORT ANTONIO, Portland:BUSINESSWOMAN BARBARA Walker has challenged private-sector interests in Portland to stop depending on Government alone to solve the infrastructural issues hampering development in the parish.
PORT ANTONIO, Portland:The Portland Chamber of Commerce is putting in place a number of measures aimed at branding Portland as a safe destination for potential investors and other business interests.