North & East

Police constable seeks help to do corrective surgery

Monday, April, 30 2018    

JAMAICA Constabulary Force (JCF) constable, Winston Burke, has been off the job since last November, after severely damaging sections of his spine. Read More

Work to widen Junction begins

Monday, April, 30 2018    

Work has begun to widen a section of the Junction Main Road in St Mary. The work, which began last week, is expected to widen and repair the road from Agualta Vale to Broadgate. Read More

Expect a JLP victory on April 27 — Robertson

BY KIMONE FRANCIS Observer staff reporter francisk@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, April, 16 2018    

Member of Parliament for St Thomas Western James Robertson has expressed confidence that the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) will be victorious in the April 27 by-election called for the Yallahs Division in the constituency. Read More

Stand up for another Bogle — Jackson

Monday, April, 16 2018    

People's National Party (PNP) candidate for the April 27 by-election in the Yallahs Division in St Thomas Western, Constantine Bogle is urging residents to vote for him. Read More

St Mary man makes renewable energy generator

BY RENAE DIXON Observer staff reporter dixonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, April, 16 2018    

Douglas Ellis is a very creative man. His latest innovation, a renewable energy generator made from items around his home, has his community talking. Read More

Digicel Foundation launches Lyssons Centre of Excellence

Monday, April, 16 2018    

The Digicel Foundation launched its 10th centre of excellence at Lyssons in St Thomas last Tuesday.The centre is expected to benefit 56 students.The centre, along with the other nine, were built at a cost of US$ 1.9 million. Read More

PHOTO: To serve, protect and reassure

Monday, April, 16 2018    

District constables Andros Steele (left) and Damion Graham, and Woman Constable Suzan Marshall were busy patrolling the streets of Port Antonio in Portland when they paused to pose for a photo. Read More

A wife's pain

BY KIMONE FRANCIS Observer staff reporter francisk@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, April, 16 2018    

WHEN gunmen attacked businessman Lloyd Chambers, his wife hoped he would have survived. But that was not to be.He died immediately and his licensed firearm, a Glock 17 pistol, was taken. Read More

PHOTO: Lyssons Centre of Excellence

Monday, April, 16 2018    

Lyssons Centre of Exellence (Photo: Naphtali Junior) Read More

PHOTO: A wife's pain

Monday, April, 16 2018    

This black cloth was tied to the gate of Lloyd Chambers' business place. Chambers was shot dead at his home in Windsor Castle, Portland, on April 9. (Photo: Naphtali Junior) Read More

$50 million for Buff Bay Police Station

Monday, April, 2 2018    

Former Minister of National Security Robert Montague last month announced plans for the construction of a $50-million police station to replace the current one in Buff Bay, Portland. Read More

Career Day at Zion Hill Primary

Monday, April, 2 2018    

Zion Hill Primary school in St Mary recently held its career day under the theme 'Building the Future by Guiding the Present'. Read More

100 not out for Higgin Town's Maizie Rose

Monday, April, 2 2018    

Maizie Rose turned 100 years old last month and family and friends were there to celebrate with her. Read More

Massive police station for Port Maria

Monday, April, 2 2018    

Former National Security Minister, Robert Montague, last month broke ground for construction of a new police station in the St Mary capital of Port Maria. Read More

Buff Bay's Champion Boy

BY KIMONE FRANCIS Observer staff reporter francisk@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, April, 2 2018    

ROMAINE Beckford was disappointed with his placement at Buff Bay High School following his sitting of the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT), but that disappointment has morphed into joy. Read More



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