The roadway between Ewarton in St Catherine and Faith’s Pen in St Ann will be closed today and tomorrow.
A police constable, who was last week found guilty of three criminal offences, is to be sentenced today.
The Portland Parish Council has abandoned plans to relocate more than 350 vendors from the Musgrave market to the old Craft Village site, just days ahead of the scheduled start of major repairs.
The woman who was jointly charged with three men for the murder of Assistant Police Commissioner, Gilbert Kameka is to be sentenced today.
Triple gold medallist and world 100-metre record holder Usain Bolt is the 2008 recipient of the Gleaner’s Man of the Year Award.
Police in the US are investigating the death of a Jamaican teenager, who was reportedly slashed to death at her family\'s New York home on the weekend.
Two elderly men who were the first persons to be charged in Jamaica with trafficking in persons have pleaded guilty to the charge.
The case involving eighty-six year old University of the West Indies botanist George Proctor and his 46 year old driver has been set for trial on February 16 next year in the Home Circuit Court.
The United States Embassy in Kingston will be closed tomorrow.
The St. Catherine South Homicide Unit is seeking to determine the cause for the shooting death of Jeffery Pryce, 24, at his house in Braeton, Portmore last night.
Two men were killed during a pre-dawn gun attack at Park Lane in Red Hills, St. Andrew this morning.
A man suspected of committing a number of robberies in Papine, St. Andrew is to face an identification parade later this week.
The Peoples National Party has asked the contractor general to investigate the purchase of lands at Ferry in St Catherine.
The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture has secured funding from the European Union to develop an agro-tourism project.
Jamaica is to import 60,000 tonnes of rice from Guyana beginning next year.
The purchase of lands by the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) at Ferry, St Catherine is expected to be the main issue on the agenda for discussion at a People’s National Party press conference today.
Fire officials have not yet found out what caused the fire that killed a 55-year-old woman in at her home in Lindos Hill, Westmoreland yesterday.
The National Works Agency (NWA) will be closing the main road between Ewarton in St Catherine and Faith’s Pen in St Ann for two days this week.
Manager of Communication and Customer Services at the NWA, Stephen Shaw, says the cleaning of drains will be given priority in flooded areas starting today and for the rest of this week.
State-owned oil refinery, Petrojam Limited, says an investigation into what caused an oil spill on the weekend is almost complete.
The National Water Commission (NWC) has written to representatives of the National Workers Union (NWU) inviting them to a meeting on Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m.
Two women were reportedly abducted and raped last night after leaving the Burger King restaurant on Barbican Road in St Andrew.
The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) said customers would see an overall reduction of about 19 percent on their electricity bills this month.
Opposition Spokesman on Health, Dr. Fenton Ferguson is claiming that the Government’s move to improve the heath system has failed.
The National Works Agency (NWA) will be closing the main road between Ewarton in St. Catherine and Faith’s Pen in St. Ann for two days next week.