Sad state of Lucea - Development Initiative head displeased with town's unsanitary conditions

Head of the Lucea Development Initiative and former chairman of the Hanover Parish Development Committee, Nerris Hawthorne, has expressed displeasure at what she says is the shabby and unsanitary state of the town of Lucea in Hanover.

Watford Hill Primary benefits from Unconditional Love summer camp

Students of the Watford Hill Primary School in Hanover were the beneficiaries of a two-week literacy summer camp which was staged by the institution in collaboration with the Georgia Perimeter College and the charitable group, Unconditional Love for Children.

Barracks Road Primary's resource centre project gets boost

The ongoing Barracks Road Primary School apps project got a boost recently, thanks to a monetary donation from Chinese businessman, Yangsen Li, who owns Beauty Queen Haberdashery Limited, located on St James Street in Montego Bay.

YOA Orchestra delights MoBay

The Youth Orchestra of the Americas (YOA) performed in Montego Bay last Saturday night, with Mexican conductor, Carlos Miguel Prieto, driving the energy at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.

Sabre Spence - Lucea Primary's top GSAT performer

Eleven-year-old Sabre Spence scored a 95.7 average to gain the distinction of being the 2014 top performer in the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT), at the Lucea Primary School in Hanover.

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Lorell Brown-Morgan (centre) poses for a photo with Dr Earl Glenn of Unconditional Love for Children (right) and principal of the Watford Hill Primary School, Jason Richardson.Contributed In recognition of Nurses Week, more than 20 nurses from various...

Are ready-to-eat food healthy?

A number of products, touted as 'instant foods' or 'convenience foods', have been introduced to our market over the past few years. This is probably due to the 'instant culture' that we have developed plus the limited personal time that we have in our packed schedules.

Man charged with receiving stolen goods, case set for September 10

Christopher Wedderburn, from St James, charged with receiving stolen property in connection with the theft of a woman's BlackBerry cellular phone in March, will be brought back before the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on September 10.

August 11 trial date for man accused of stealing hospital property

A St James man, who was reportedly held with appliances that were stolen from the Cornwall Regional Hospital, was remanded when he appeared in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on Monday.

New JAMPRO office in Western Jamaica

Anthony Hylton, minister of industry, investment and commerce (left), cuts the ribbon to officially open the new JAMPRO western Jamaica regional office at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on Thursday.

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