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Barrington Flemming - Staff Reporter A new school year begins today with the Ministry of Education (MOE) Region Four, beaming...

Gordon takes his talents to Jersey

Noelita Lawrence-Ricketts - Staff Reporter Hillside, New Jersey in the United States, has been the home of talented young basketballer...

Dying to breathe

A resident of Ramble, Hanover, Anna Kay explained to the Western Mirror that after her mother died three years ago, she fell ill, and realized that she started having difficulties breathing. She was subsequently taken to the Cornwall Regional Hospital for diagnosis and treatment, where she first learnt of what had been affecting her.

Electrician shot dead

Gunmen shot and killed a man in the community of Glendevon on Saturday, as gun crimes continue to dominate the crime profile of the parish, which has seen 82 murders since the start of the year, 24 more than the 58 recorded for the corresponding period last year.

Solar ‘Raving For Charity’

The organizers of Solar All-Inclusive Breakfast Party are doubling their efforts for the sixth edition of the event with a view of surpassing the one-million-dollar donation made to Cornwall Regional Hospital from the last staging.

Salem’s Champion Boy

• Cops 5 ones in CAPE • Seeking funding to pursue medicine Basking in the...

Chinese make promises with Rhyne Park Housing

Henan Fifth Construction Group (HFC), the Chinese firm that has taken on the $8.4 billion housing development at Rhyne Park Estate in Montego Bay, has publicly made commitments not heard before from any developer.

Who killed Nichola?

With the police still trying to piece together the circumstances surrounding the deathof 39-year-old Nichola Campbell, the close-knit family of management and staff at Jerky’s Bar and Grill, Fairview Shopping Centre, Montego Bay, are still reeling as the impact of her loss continues to be felt at the company.

Cambridge win table-topper

Noelita Lawrence-Ricketts Cambridge’s impressive stroll in the St. James FA’s Sandals Resorts International Under-20 Football Competition has continued following...

Denise Brown: Shipping guru in the making

Prior to joining the Sandals Resorts International family as the Group Shipping Clerk, Denise Brown had worked in Purchasing at another resort. She thought she had mastered the art of coordinating and navigating the many intricacies of purchasing and shipping, but it wasn’t until her journey with Sandals began in 2015 that she tapped into her true potential in the field and realized there was much more to learn.