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Not Welcome

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, May, 16 2019    

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Western Basket Association's Men's Div One tips off Sunday

Thursday, May, 16 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The Western Basketball Association's Men's Division One starts on Sunday with three games two to be played in western Jamaica. Read More

Coopers Pen, Kinloss FC seek semi-finals berth in TFA Major League

Thursday, May, 16 2019    

 KINLOSS, Trelawny —The first semi-finalists in the Trelawny Football Association Major League will be known this weekend when the second round of the quarter-finals are played on Saturday and Sunday. Read More

Petersfield, Little London take lead into return leg of WFA Major League semis

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, May, 16 2019    

LLANDILO, Westmoreland — Petersfield FC and Little London FC will take contrasting leads into tomorrow's return leg semi-finals of the Westmoreland Football Association Dujon Construction Major League at the Llandilo playfield in the parish. Read More

Cornwall College, St James High to represent western region in ISSA all-island basketball play-offs

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, May, 16 2019    

 MONTEGO BAY, St James — ISSA Western Confederation Boys Under-14 basketball champions Cornwall College and runners-up St James High, will represent the west in next week's all-island play-offs set for GC Foster Sports College in St Catherine. Read More

JTA reads in North & East

Monday, May, 13 2019    

President-Elect of the Jamaica Teachers' Association Owen Speid reads to students of his alma mater, Windsor Castle Primary in Portland, last Tuesday morning and handed a set of books to p rincipal Claudet... Read More

Uphill struggle

BY SHANAE STEWART Observer staff reporter stewarts@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, May, 13 2019    

VISUAL Arts students at Seaforth High School in St Thomas are struggling to cope, after losing their School Based Assessment (SBA) pieces to fire recently. Read More

Illegal business

BY KIMONE FRANCIS Observer staff reporter francisk@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, May, 13 2019    

ATTEMPTS by residents in Galina, St Mary, to have an illegal automobile garage shut down have so far proven futile, as the operators have ignored notices issued by the municipal corporation. Read More

MoBay mayor to partner with stakeholders to roll out social intervention programmes in St James

BY ANTHONY LEWIS Observer West writer | Thursday, May, 9 2019    

 MONTEGO BAY, St James — Mayor of Montego Bay Homer Davis says he plans to partner with a number of agencies to build out a slew of social intervention programmes in an effort to make the recently implemented state of public emergency (SOE) in St James, a success. Read More

Mobile Reserve West still on the cards, says Dr Chang

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter hinesh@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, May, 9 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The police unit which was to be dubbed Mobile Reserve West, and operate out of Montego Bay, will undergo a name change and manned by personnel from the new entity that will replace the decades-old Mobile Reserve, according to National Security Minister Dr... Read More

St James police start breakfast programme at two Salt Spring schools

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, May, 9 2019    

SALT SPRING, St James —The St James Police Division, in partnership with stakeholders, started a breakfast feeding programme in two schools in the tough inner-city Salt Spring community last week. Read More

St James native Swean Wright-Frazer creating waves at Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort

Thursday, May, 9 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James – St James native Swean Wright-Frazer is making waves at Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort Villages and Spa and continues to receive praises and applause from management for her continuous strides in the hospitality industry. Read More

'Welcome news'

BY ANTHONY LEWIS Observer West writer MONTEGO BAY, St James | Thursday, May, 9 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Construction for the long-awaited $475 million Montego Bay Fire Station in St James is expected to commence by the end of this month. Read More

Reading for the children

Thursday, May, 9 2019    

People's National Party councillor for the Mount Salem Division Kerry Thomas reads 'A Forest Wilderness' written by Alyssa Lauren to grade 6 students of Mount Salem Junior High School on Tuesday, as part of his participation in Read Across Jamaica Day. The first-term councillor also read at a... Read More

Sandals, Real Madrid foundations host

BY ANTHONY LEWIS Observer West writer | Thursday, May, 9 2019    

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