From the streets to the stage

NEGRIL, Westmoreland:LINVAL WALKER, now living in Westmoreland, performs with fire and passion, from venue to venue, on Jamaica's north coast and other places.

'Phenomenal package for tourists'

WOODSIDE, St Mary:CHAIRMAN OF the Resort Advisory Board for St Mary, Dr Roosevelt Crooks, has said the Jamaica National Heritage Trust's (JNHT) decision to acknowledge the sites' historic value suggests that if Woodside ...

Marie's Mega Aero-Fit Gym transforming lives in Old Harbour

OLD HARBOUR, St Catherine:MARIE'S MEGA Aero-Fit Gym, located on the roof of Eastside Plaza in Old Harbour, is a testament to one woman's struggle with being overweight and her desire to help others overcome the challenge.

A baker's dream

SPANISH TOWN, St Catherine:THIRTY-SEVEN-YEAR-OLD STANLEY Harrison is anxious to expand his business to the point where he can join other bakeries in supplying pastry products to Jamaicans.

200 tablets for Galina Primary

Smiles adorned the faces of dozens of young children in St Mary last week following the delivery of some 200 tablet computers to Galina Primary and Infant School.

Young man seeks to motivate community through empowerment programme

FARM, Manchester:When a person is encouraged to do well, more often than not the line 'so I can give back' follows. Some think it as added pressure, but for 22-year-old Andre Hibbert, it's more than a responsibility, it's a privilege.

Alphanso takes his 'Fruit Gallery' to a another level

MANDEVILLE, Manchester:He was in a place of hopelessness; he lost all he had.

Misinformation clouds JPS-Hope Pastures Saga

The agreement for the installation of an overhead wiring system to replace the current underground system has been a long and painful process.

Clamp down on Negril noisemakers

I find it very disturbing that music promoters in Negril are being warned to follow the laws pertaining to the Noise Abatement Act and the Spirit Act licence, and all they want to do is cry about it?

Woman with a passion for animals

I have known Karlene Craig for more than 26 years, and her sudden death on Sunday, January 18, brings to a close a long and amazing lifetime career of loving, training, caring for and healing dogs, cats, horses, goats, monkeys, birds, and many other...

Health department recommends closure of Santa Cruz courthouse

After years of calls for the Santa Cruz Resident Magistrate's Court to be addressed, the courthouse has been recommended closed by the St Elizabeth Health Department.

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