Gladston Allen pleased with new wheelchair

Even though a double amputee, 84-year-old Gladston Allen is as sharp as a razor, and a happy man. He might have lost his legs, but he still possesses a very firm handshake, and a remarkable sense of humour.

Hundreds of students benefit from Le Antonio treat

More than 200 students from within Montego Bay's inner-city areas benefited from the Le Antonio Foundation annual back-to-school treat and book drive, held at the organisation's Homework and Development Centre at its Barnett Lane, Montego Bay, base on Monday.

Ashley-Ann Foster elected PNP East Central St James constituency chairman

Ashley-Ann Foster was elected People's National Party (PNP) chairman of the East Central St James constituency at the organisation's annual conference on Sunday night.

Flow back-to-school fair in MoBay

Telecommunications company Flow will stage its second back-to-school fair on Sunday, August 24, 2014 at the Old Hospital Park in Montego Bay.

Scores benefit from Jamaica Dental Mission fairs

The Rotary clubs of Montego Bay East and Savanna-la-Mar collaborated with the United States-based Jamaica Dental Mission to provide free dental health care for residents of Kew Park in Westmoreland and Flankers and Cambridge in Montego Bay, St James, recently.

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Assistant governor of the Western Region, Douglas Arnold, is flanked by Rotarians Narene Wood (left) and her sister, Nerris Hawthorne.

How does weather affect your health?

We know that our lifestyle decisions have a tremendous impact on our health and we have control over these decisions. But what about changes in atmospheric conditions, which we have very limited direct influence over, do they affect our health as well?

Bail extended for murder accused

The case against Odamion Davis, who is charged with the 2013 shooting death of Flankers resident Oneil 'Yankee' Brown in St James, has been deferred to September 24, due to the absence of the investigating officer from court.

Costa Rican fined for bullet in bag

A Costa Rican businessman who admitted to possessing a bullet that was found in his luggage was slapped with a fine of $250,000 when he appeared in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.

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