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PHOTO: Jada thrills Typsy Tuesdays

Thursday, December, 12 2019    

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Sport Diary — December 12

Thursday, December, 12 2019    

FRIDAYAlacran JGA Open - Tryall Club @ 7:00 am ISSA Western Conference boys' basketballFrome Tech vs William Knibb Memorial @ Frome - 1:30 pm Read More

Sunset Soiree Brunch for Pier One

Thursday, December, 12 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The promoters of Sunset Soirée Brunch Party are looking to reflect the rich, bold colours of the sunset, when the event unfolds this Sunday at Montego Bay's coastal hot spot, Pier One. Read More

BIG BOOST!

BY ANTHONY LEWIS Observer West writer | Thursday, December, 12 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett has disclosed that a promenade is to be created on Montego Bay's waterfront leading from the cruise ship Pier in Freeport to “Dead End” on the Jimmy Cliff Boulevard at a cost of $500 million, as part of the... Read More

'Home remedy'

BY KIMONE FRANCIS Senior staff reporter francisk@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, December, 9 2019    

A St Mary woman who was convinced that three of her family members contracted the dengue virus took matters into her own hands, administering “home remedy” which she claimed has cured them. Read More

Charles Town Primary student tops SDC public speaking competition

BY EVERARD OWEN Observer writer | Monday, December, 9 2019    

Ariana Bryan of Charles Town Primary School was last Tuesday crowned parish Champion in the Portland Social Development Commission (SDC) Junior Public Speaking Competition.The competition was held at SDC's office in Port Antonio. Read More

Portland champions!

Monday, December, 9 2019    

Port Antonio Primary on Friday defeated Manchioneal All Age 7-0 in the Portland INSPORTS Football final at Carder Park Complex with braces from Keandle Wilson, Tairese Wilson and Michael Jewell. The team will move on to represent Portland in the National INSPORTS Primary Schools Championships in... Read More

Rafters restless

BY KIMONE FRANCIS Senior staff reporter francisk@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, December, 9 2019    

RAFTERS in St Margaret's Bay, east Portland, are forecasting a bleak Christmas as revenues over the last three years have virtually dried up, signalling the need for “better marketing strategies”, they say.The group of mostly men, some whose careers span... Read More

Flanker residents hail $20-m social and economic projects in their community

Thursday, December, 5 2019    

FLANKER, St James — Flanker residents have welcomed the $20-million projects being established in the inner-city community, pointing out that the initiative would change their lives, both socially and financially. Read More

For outstanding service

Thursday, December, 5 2019    

Bunker's Hill, Trelawny — Thirteen members of Unity Baptist Church in Bunker's Hill Trelawny were recently recognised for outstanding contribution to the church and community at a function held at the Glistening Waters Luminous Lagoon in the... Read More

Round Hill awards long-serving employees

Thursday, December, 5 2019    

ROUND HILL, Hanover — Some 78 employees at the famed Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Hanover were recently recognised by the hotel at their Long Service Awards ceremony held at the property's Hanover Terrace. Read More

Police win inaugural TMC inter-agency quiz title

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, December, 5 2019    

FALMOUTH, Trelawny — The Trelawny Police Division team defeated the Social Development Commission 27-17 to become champions of the inaugural Trelawny Municipal Corporation (TMC) Inter-agency Quiz competition which climaxed at the Falmouth town... Read More

High Hopes

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, December, 5 2019    

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Rub-a-dub to be staged in MoBay next summer

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, December, 5 2019    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Promoters of the burgeoning South Miami-based 90s original dancehall party, Rub-a-Dub, has now set sights on staging the event in Montego Bay, next summer. Read More



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