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Sport Diary — May 9

Thursday, May, 9 2019    

TODAYSt James FA/VM Foundation Under-13Granville Primary vs Somerton —UDC -10:00 amBogue Primary vs Garlands All-Age- UDC 11:15 amOlympus Academy vs Catadupa All-Age UDC —12:30 pm  Read More

Jarrett hails Rusea's High track and field programme

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer reidp@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, May, 9 2019    

Former Rusea's High athlete Jovanee Jarrett says she is pleased with the growth of track and field at the Lucea, Hanover school and is willing to assist — no matter how small —in helping the current athletes to excel. Read More

On The Line

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, May, 9 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Former champions Granville Jaguars will put their three-game winning streak on the line this evening when they take on promoted Montego Bay Boys Club Warriors at the Montego Bay Cricket Club in their Western Basketball Association Elite League, set to start at 7:00... Read More

Massive turnout for Mo Bay City Run

Thursday, May, 9 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The city of Montego Bay was a sight to behold on Sunday when thousands flocked the streets to participate in the increasingly popular Mo Bay City Run. Read More

Police should do more to engage St Elizabeth residents, says Floyd Green

Monday, May, 6 2019    

BLACK RIVER, St Elizabeth — Member of Parliament for St Elizabeth South Western Floyd Green says the leadership of the St Elizabeth police force is not doing enough to “engage” residents in the fight against crime. Read More

New president for Manchester Chamber of Commerce

Monday, May, 6 2019    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Kenisha Dwyer-Powell, manager, client partnership at Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB) Investments – Mandeville branch, is the new president of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce. Read More

Use it or lose it – Agriculture minister

Monday, May, 6 2019    

MAY PEN, Clarendon — Guest speaker at the recent Clarendon Agro-Economic Symposium, Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries minister, Audley Shaw, reiterated his g overnment's commitment to agriculture and related value-added... Read More

Painting the path to financial freedom

Monday, May, 6 2019    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — The team from Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB) Bank, Mandeville, on Wednesday, April 17, hosted an invitation-only “laint & sip” event for current and prospective clients, at its branch location. Read More

Optimists' initiative touches Woodlawn School of Special Education

Monday, May, 6 2019    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester- Recently 10 members of the Optimist Club of Mandeville made a visit to the Woodlawn School of Special Education, on an outreach mission. Read More

Flow stepping!

Monday, May, 6 2019    

MAY PEN, Clarendon — Dancers, smiling faces and giveaways were a familiar scene in towns and communities across central parishes recently as telecoms network Flow launched their new mobile plans. Read More

Good Luck!

Monday, May, 6 2019    

St Elizabeth native and former Vere Technical High School star Fabian Allen, who will celebrate his 24th birthday tomorrow (May 7), is among five Jamaicans named in the West Indies 15-man squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup which begins in England at the end of this... Read More

CENTRAL DIARY

Monday, May, 6 2019    

(1) Tuesday May 7Optimist Club of MandevilleMeetingVilla Gardens RestaurantVilla RoadMandevilleManchester- 6:00 pm (2) TuesdaysRotary Club of MandevilleWeekly Meeting Read More

More drainage for Santa Cruz

Monday, May, 6 2019    

SANTA CRUZ, St Elizabeth — The second phase of a major drainage project aimed at significantly reducing flooding in Santa Cruz started recently. Read More

Treat in doubt

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, May, 2 2019    

 For the past 18 years, senior citizens and children in Bounty Hall looked forward to a treat on New Year's Eve, put on by community activist, Romeal Wilson, a red cap porter. Read More

Jamaica/Cuba friendship highlighted at 12th annual Giron Victory Celebration in Westmoreland

BY ANTHONY LEWIS Observer West writer | Thursday, May, 2 2019    

PE TERSFIELD, Westmoreland — Over the past few years, five individuals—three teachers and two students — from the parish of Westmoreland have benefited from scholarships made possible through the Petersfield Galloway Benevolent Society (PGBS), in association with the Jamaica... Read More



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