Negril Resort Board chides NWA for poor project implementation

Chairman of the Negril Resort Board Cliff Reynolds has chided the National Works Agency (NWA) for its failure to provide an update on incomplete road-improvement works along the Norman Manley Boulevard in the resort town.

WESTERN SPORTS - Sandals to sponsor Hanover youth leagues

The Hanover Football Association has all but sewn up a new sponsorship deal with the Sandals/ATL Group of Companies for its Under-20 and -17 leagues, which are set to start later this year.

WESTERN SPORTS - Shanice Bailey earns scholarship to US College

Eighteen-year-old national invitee, Shanice Bailey, of St James High School and Los Perfectos Football Club, is now the toast of the football fraternity in St James, having won a full scholarship to the Harcum College in Pennsylvania, United States.

Montego Bay Infant School benefits from Books4Kids programme

More than 500 students at the Montego Bay Infant School were beneficiaries of educational materials, including books, crayons, pencils, and bags from the Palmyra Foundation's Books4Kids Jamaica programme on Tuesday.


The 10 female sixth-form Cornwall College students making their historic walk, while being welcomed by male students of the institution on Monday morning. The 10 are the first females to be admitted to the upper school of the 117-year-old institution in 30 years.

JPS garbage irks Negril hoteliers, residents

The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) has earned the ire of a Negril community for leaving piles of tree cuttings along the West End road in the resort town.

Health-care professional opens radiology clinic in Hanover

Radiologic Technologist and medical ultrasound practitioner, Lennox Anderson-Jackson, has realised his lifelong dream to open a radiology clinic to serve the people of Hanover.

Negril top cop calls for jet ski code

Commanding Officer of the Negril Police Department, Assistant Superintendent of Police Ryan Gayle, says a code should be enacted under the law to regulate how jet skis are driven within the island's coastal areas.

Montego Bay to host Atlanta Sister Cities Health Mission in October

A team of 31 volunteers, including medical practitioners, nurses and non-medical personnel, will arrive in Montego Bay on Saturday, October 5, to participate in the 20th staging of the annual Atlanta-Montego Bay Sister Cities Health Mission.

Recurring yeast infections

Recurring yeast infections can really be a source of stress for a woman. They affect a sensitive part of her body, and to have something continually wrong with it can really affect her self-esteem.

Man on robbery charge freed

A St James man who allegedly robbed a tourist from New Zealand of a digital camera and more than $64,900 last year was freed of the charge when he appeared in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on Monday.

Watchman gets suspended sentence for stealing rum

A St James man who stole two bottles of rum and two drink-mix packs was given a suspended sentence when he appeared before the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on Monday.

WESTERN SPORTS - Red-hot Fighter Jet back in action tomorrow

Reigning champions Fighter Jet will return to action for the first time since lifting the J. Wray & Nephew-sponsored Western Domino League 'Premier League' mid-season title, when they play away to Tropical Riddim in one of five games to start the competition's second round.

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