North & East

PHOTO: He's in!

Monday, September, 3 2018    

Second-place winner from St Ann, Jahmuki Barnes jumps for joy upon hearing his name announced as one of eight regional winners advancing to the Pan 2018 Grand Final. Read More

20 from north-east JA head to PAN 2018 showdown in Portland

Monday, August, 20 2018    

TWENTY pan chicken vendors representing the parishes of St Ann, Portland, St Mary, and St Thomas will compete at PAN 2018 Regional 1 at Folly Oval in Portland this Saturday.The competitors representing the north east are: Read More

Anneisha Davidson is Miss Wag Water Valley 2018

Monday, August, 20 2018    

ANNEISHA Davidson, a 15-year-old student at Annotto Bay High School in St Mary, was adjudged Miss Wag Water Valley 2018. Read More

'No more suffering'

BY KIMONE FRANCIS Observer staff reporter francisk@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, August, 20 2018    

RESIDENTS in Chesterfield, Castleton, St Mary, say that they are relieved construction is to begin for the bridge promised by Prime Minister Andrew Holness, which will facilitate easier commuting by linking the community to the Junction main road, also in the parish. Read More

PHOTO: Queen Anneisha

Monday, August, 20 2018    

Miss Wag Water Valley 2018 Anneisha Davidsone (centre) is flanked by second runner-up Ruthann Hermitt (left) and first runner-up Moyita Lindo (right). (Photo: Everard Owen) Read More

Another tragedy on Spur Tree

Monday, August, 13 2018    

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Saturday's tragic death of a 62-year-old woman in a motor vehicle crash has reignited concerns about the Spur Tree main road which links St Elizabeth and western Jamaica with Mandeville and points east including Jamaica's capital... Read More

NW St Ann youth parliamentarian impacting lives

BY RENAE DIXON Observer staff reporter dixonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, August, 6 2018    

SHE is only 17 years old, but already Sandrene McKenzie is displaying signs of a good politician. McKenzie, who just completed her studies at Westwood High School in Trelawny, is the youth parliamentarian for St Ann North Western. Read More

'Sterling Contribution'

BY RENAE DIXON Observer staff reporter dixonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, August, 6 2018    

PARENTS, teachers and well-wishers who attended Prospect College graduation in St Mary last month responded with thunderous applause when it was announced that several students passed up to seven subjects in grade 10 and that the seven young men who graduated were already accepted into... Read More

Junction road open today

Monday, August, 6 2018    

The National Works Agency (NWA) says the section of the Junction road in St Mary which has been closed for rehabilitation will be opened to vehicular traffic today. Read More

Lyssons, Boston, Winnifred beaches among 10 for upgrade

Monday, August, 6 2018    

Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett says that the Lyssons, Boston and Winnifred beaches are among 10 beaches that are being upgraded this year under the Government's beach development programme. Read More

Angella Murphy: The woman butcher

BY RENAE DIXON Observer staff reporter dixonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, August, 6 2018    

ANGELLA Murphy has been a butcher for six years.Currently, she is the only female butcher in the Port Maria Meat Market — a job she has been doing over with pride and joy. Read More

Beaches Ocho Rios starts recycling drive

Monday, August, 6 2018    

Beaches Ocho Rios has started its drive for recycling among members of staff and guests at the family resort. Read More

A queen for St Mary

Monday, August, 6 2018    

Ackera Gowie (centre), Miss Jamaica Festival Queen, is flanked by (from left) Member of Parliament for St Andrew East Rural Juliet Holness; Miss Hanover Shantae Grant, first runner-up; Miss St James, Chris Ann Douglas, second-runner up; and Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport... Read More

'JUST ANOTHER DAY'

Monday, August, 6 2018    

What does Independence Day mean to you? Read More

Upgraded Fisherman's Beach opens in Ocho Rios

Monday, August, 6 2018    

TOURISM stakeholders in Ocho Rios are beaming with pride, following the opening of a state-of-the-art fishing village. Read More



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