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Mayor pleads for help to stem flow of illegal guns to...

Mayor of Montego Bay and Chairman of the St. James Municipal Corporation, Councillor Homer Davis, has made an impassioned plea for more to be...

Deadly confrontation

Alleged gunman killed; cop injured  Barrington Flemming - Staff Reporter A teenager is dead and a police...

‘Mt. Salem ZOSO a model’ – JSIF boss

Clinton Pickering - Freelance Writer Managing Director of the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), Omar Sweeney, is thrilled at the transformation...

Health crisis looms

Residents of the community of Felicity, Montego Bay, led by Principal of the Albion Basic School, Calmin Pinnock, are calling on the authorities to address a vexing situation in that community relating to the wanton disposal of garbage, which includes dead animals, in close proximity to the school’s grounds.

On Benny Hinn’s renunciation of the Prosperity Gospel

on The Cutting Edge - Rev. Dr. Dylan Toussaint Whichever way we want to spin it, the report that the...

UNESCO PROTECTION NEEDED

For some time now, a disaster of such calamitous proportions has been threatening that, should it ever come to fruition, future generations will wring their hands in despair and wonder how our generation, yes, our generation, could ever have ever let it occur. Their bane of contention will be the decimation of Jamaica’s Cockpit Country. A Russian aluminum giant, through its subsidiary, Noranda Jamaica, entered into a 26-year mining lease with the Government in 2004 and now fifteen years later, they want their pound of flesh. They are ready to despoil and desecrate the Cockpit Country for economic gain.

Five hunt points

Noelita Lawrence-Ricketts With schools beginning the jostle for points and positioning in their respective zones, increased action in the ISSA/WATA...

Tessanne Chin’s new love revealed!

Michael Nattoo – Staff Reporter Last Wednesday, we revealed that Jamaican songbird and internationally acclaimed artiste, Tessanne Chin, shared on her...

GO OFF DI TRACK TO TREASURE BEACH

St. Elizabeth is better known for its farming. The parish is dubbed the “bread basket parish” of Jamaica, as it supplies the...

Frederick Kelly: CUMI’s testament of hope for the mentally ill

Early one morning in 2002, Frederick Kelly left home in St. James and set out to work on a construction site in St. Ann, as he did many mornings before. This morning, however, was different. He suffered a mental breakdown and for weeks, or possibly months, he roamed the streets, eventually making his way to St. James. To this day, he has never returned home.