Jeffrey Town women can do it all

WIDESPREAD unemployment and a lack of male presence in some households in Jeffrey Town, St Mary, drove the idea of a women's group, the backbone of Jet Town Products, to fruition four years ago. Read More

23 gang members apprehended in St Mary, St Ann, Portland
MINISTER of National Security Dr Horace Chang has commended members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) for continuing to “take the fight” to gangs in communities across the island.... Read More

Highgate Primary crowned Stanley Amritt champions
Highgate Primary School were crowned Stanley Amritt Primary School football champions after defeating Lewisburg Primary School 2-0 on Friday at the Richmond Community Centre football field in St Mary.... Read More

Food for Jamaica
THE passage of Hurricane Ivan along Jamaica's south coast in September 2004 left residents in Jeffrey Town, St Mary, without food for weeks.... Read More

'Share dinner with a less fortunate child Christmas Day,' former PM Golding urges

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, December, 6 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding has made a rallying cry to a group of Montegonians to follow his footsteps and open their doors to at least one child from a children's home for Christmas dinner this year. Read More

Record participation at Taste of Jamaica

Thursday, December, 6 2018    

The recently concluded 11th staging of Taste of Jamaica, held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre, saw more than 100 participants competing in over 30 categories, including the coveted Chef of the Year, Jnr Chef of the Year, Pastry Chef of the Year, and the senior team competition. Read More

Falmouth United seek back-to-back win in JFF Western Confed Super League

Thursday, December, 6 2018    

HOPEWELL, Hanover —  Newcomers Falmouth United will seek back-to-back wins to start their first Jamaica Football Federation's Western Confederation Super League campaign, when they travel to the newly renovated Orchard Community Centre on Sunday to face Hopewell United, in a game set to... Read More

MBU seek three straight in RSPL under new instructor

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, December, 6 2018    

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Bins for south coast

Thursday, December, 6 2018    

GRANGE HILL, Westmoreland — Sandals South Coast General Manager, Adrian Whitehead (fourth left), and Councillor for the Whitehouse Division, Valdence Gifford (fifth left), participate in the handover of garbage receptacles to representatives of the south coast communities of Whitehouse and... Read More

'Not a bag-a-mouth'

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, December, 6 2018    

FALMOUTH, Trelawny — Declaring that he is not all talk and no action, Mayor of Falmouth Councillor Colin Gager is warning criminals that illegal activities will not be allowed to continue without impunity in Trelawny. Read More

Miss City of Montego Bay

Thursday, December, 6 2018    

Winner of the inaugural staging of Miss Montego Bay, Miss Goodghan Tires, Nixann Bernard (centre) is flanked by second runner-up Miss Millennial Media Management, Teverly Thorpe (left) and first runner-up Miss Itelbpo, Iana Tickle Garcia at the coronation ceremony held at Grand A View Restaurant... Read More

Holland High reach semi-finals in ISSA Confed boy's U-16 basketball

Thursday, December, 6 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Read More

Beenie Man for Festival of Colours

Thursday, December, 6 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James —Dancehall artiste Beenie Man is to perform at the Jamaica Festival of Colours, scheduled for the Aqueduct in Rose Hall, St James, on Sunday, December 16. Read More

Sport Diary — December 6

Thursday, December, 6 2018    

SUNDAY, December 9Red Stripe Premier LeagueMontego Bay United vs Tivoli Gardens- Wespow — 3:00 pm JFF Western Confederation Super League Read More

Pleasing inauguration of St Bess Homecoming Agrifest

Monday, December, 3 2018    

Black River , St Elizabeth — Those who visited the St Bess Homecoming Agrifest 2018 at Independence Park in this coastal town on November 23 left with a smile. Read More




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