The Bright Horizon Pre-School and Kindergarten dance group performs its 2012 Jamaica Cultural Development Commission Festival's gold-medal-winning piece titled 'Praisefest' during the school-leaving exercise at the Faith Temple Assembly of God in Montego Bay on Sunday
It is not often young Jamaican students get an opportunity to meet local and international celebrities while being rewarded, but the RuJohn Foundation made this possible for several Herbert Morrison Technical High School students recently.
The Accompong Maroons in St Elizabeth are putting the finishing touches on their newest attraction, set to open in August. It is expected to reignite interest in the historic village and generate much-needed revenue.
WESTERN BUREAU:Residents of Rejoin, Hanover, have never had piped water. They depend solely on the elements for their day-to-day supply and anxiously await the day when the precious commodity will be piped to their homes.
DUNCANS, Trelawny:Trelawny was the venue for birthday celebrations of three of its sons, vice-president of purchasing and logistics at Norwegian Cruise Line Alvin Dennis, police Superintendent Clinton Laing, and his dad,...
SAVANNA-LA-MAR, Westmoreland:Mayor of Savanna-la-Mar Bertel Moore is suggesting that the Martha Brae River in Trelawny could be the solution to the water problem in his division of Negril and elsewhere in the parish of Westmoreland.
Twenty-one-year-old Jamaican Meika Billings recently claimed top honours at her graduation from the University of South Florida. Billings, who graduated with a bachelor's degree in communication sciences and disorders, was awarded the university's King O'Neal Scholar Award in May as the top graduate of her class with the highest accumulative grade-point average of 4.0.
It will not be business as usual for street vendors in the town of Falmouth as the local authorities embark on a comprehensive clean-up of the town to capitalise on the high number of cruise-ship passengers who visit its port.
Falmouth was created from seaside lands owned by Edward Moulton Barrett in 1790. Barrett sold portions of land to planter friends, but kept the waterfront. He donated what remained for the building of a courthouse, church, and public gardens.