Regional

'Give us more money'

BY KIMONE FRANCIS Senior staff reporter francisk@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, September, 2 2019    

PRINCIPAL of Yallahs High School in St Thomas Mark Malabver is calling on the Ministry of Education to provide more resources to rural and non-traditional schools, noting that for too long these institutions have been neglected. Read More

North, east competitors win big at PAN 2019 Regional 1

Monday, September, 2 2019    

Competitors from northern and eastern parishes were big winners at PAN 2019 Regional 1, held at Folly Oval in Portland.The event saw more than 6,000 patrons in attendance. Read More

Hundreds benefit from back-to-school fair in Portland

BY EVERARD OWEN Observer writer | Monday, September, 2 2019    

More than 1,000 students from the Fairy Hill and Zion Hill communities in Portland benefitted from the Bright Hope Foundation back-to-school treat held two Saturdays ago at Zion Hill Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Read More

Gloria's new location

Monday, September, 2 2019    

Gloria's Restaurant chain is set to officially open its third location at Island Village in Ocho Rios, St Ann, on Wednesday. Read More

PHOTO: Big win!

Monday, September, 2 2019    

Denton Gordon, winner of PAN 2019 Regional 1, is flanked by CB mascot Chikky and Nicole Hall, assistant brand manager CB Foods. Read More

'Rocky start'

BY KIMONE FRANCIS Senior staff reporter francisk@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, September, 2 2019    

YALLAHS High School in western St Thomas has been staggered by the resignations of six teachers just before the start of the new academic year today. Read More

Grange Hill High celebrates 50 years

BY ANTHONY LEWIS Observer West writer | Thursday, August, 29 2019    

SHEFFIELD, Westmoreland — The Grange Hill High School in Westmoreland recently celebrated 50 years of existence and outstanding service to students in and around the western Jamaica parish. Read More

$74-million upgrade for Tucker road

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

TUCKER, St James — The community of Tucker in St James is receiving a major boost to its road infrastructure through an approximately $74 million road improvement contract, which is being implemented by the National Works Agency (NWA). Read More

'Tek A Stand' set for September 8

BY ACEION CUNNINGHAM Observer West writer | Thursday, August, 29 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The 2019 staging of Tek A Stand Beach Party is scheduled for the world renowned Doctor's Cave Beach and the picturesque S Hotel in Montego Bay on Sunday September 8. Read More

Coaches' workshop

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

Coaches from various schools participating in the Victoria Mutual (VM) Foundation St James FA Under-13 Football Competition display certificates after completing a two-day Transformative Coaching Workshop sponsored by VM Foundation and executed by Project Gold at Sea Garden Resort in Montego... Read More

WDA meet Seaton Crescent in WFA U-13 final

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

LLANDILO, Westmoreland — West Development Agency (WDA) will put their perfect win record on the line on Saturday when they take on unbeaten Seaton Crescent in the final of the inaugural Westmoreland Football Association DTR Foundation/Chappa Auto Under-13 Development League at the Llandilo... Read More

Cornwall College, Munro vie for Jackson Shield Saturday

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Cornwall College and Munro College, two of the oldest football rivals in the island, will clash on Saturday at Cornwall College in the annual Jackson Shield pre-season game as they continue their preparation for the ISSA daCosta Cup that starts in just over... Read More

Last lap!

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, August, 29 2019    

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Not true!

BY ANTHONY LEWIS Observer writer | Thursday, August, 29 2019    

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Act on principles, JAAA!

With Paul Reid | Thursday, August, 29 2019    

The next week or so, until the September 6 deadline for entries for the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) World Championships, will be interesting times in Jamaica's track and field recent history, and could affect the sport in the island for years to come. Read More



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