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MoBay doc returns tightness to vaginas

Dr Germaine Spencer (right) and plastic surgeon Dr Jan Hochtritt pose at the entrance of the
Baywest Wellness Clinic in the Fairview Shopping Centre, recently.

MONTEGO BAY, St James — After giving birth to three children, the 33-year-old Montegonian just couldn’t get the pleasure she once experienced during sex. The woman, who has been married for almost three years, said the tightness in her vagina no longer existed. Fearing that the lacklus ... Read More

Jamaica's Under 20 team against the USA in the CONCACAF Men's Under 20
Championships at the Montego Bay Sports Complex. Jamaica lost 2-0, their third
straight and were eliminated from World Cup contention. (PHOTO: PAUL REID) Jamaica U20 team is bad but so are the others
ONCE again a national junior team has failed to qualify for a FIFA tournament and the football fans ... Read More

(L)Mayor Glendon Harris & (R)Former mayor Charles Sinclair Bogue lands rift widens
MONTEGO BAY, St James — The ghost of the controversial Bogue Lands which are owned by the St J ... Read More

Sam Sharpe Awardee and Principal of the Challenge Basic School in Montego Bay, St James, Eileen McIntosh (right) makes a point to teacher Eveleth Kerr (second
right) while another teacher, Jennifer Cleghorn, and students looks on. St James educator overcomes odds to achieve her dream
MONTEGO BAY, St James — Founder and Principal of the Challenge Basic School in Montego Bay, Ei ... Read More

JPS Hanover customers to benefit from improved service

BY ANTHONY LEWIS | Thursday, January 22, 2015    

BURTON-STEER ... most of the parish is served by a sub-station in
Orange Bay

LUCEA, Hanover — More than 13,000 Jamaica Public Service (JPS) customers in several Hanover communities plagued by frequent power outages are expected to get a more reliable electricity supply soon. The light and power company has undertaken a massive rehabilitation project, aimed at improving the service in affected communities. The project, which commenced last month, entails the relocation of main transmission lines from within the deep rural sections of the parish to the coastal regi ... Read More

Mobay boys club go for four straight

PAUL A REID Observer West Writer | Thursday, January 22, 2015    

Members of the Montego Bay Boys Club team celebrate a goal
against Tomorrow's People in a recent JFF Charley's JB Rum
Western Confederation Super League game at the UDC field.
Boys Club won the game 2-0. (PHOTO: PAUL REID)

MONTEGO BAY, St James — A resurgent Montego Bay Boys' Club will go after a fourth straight win and possibly a top four position in the Jamaica Football Federation's Charley's JB Rum Western Confederation Super League when they host promoted Salt Marsh United at the UDC Field on Sunday. Boys Club are coming off a big 6-2 win over Jericho Rangers in Lucea on Tuesday and will be full of confidence going up against a team that has raised a few eyebrows since earning promotion. Three games ar ... Read More

Irwin Point serial rapist faces court tomorrow

Thursday, January 22, 2015    

Gavel

MONTEGO BAY, St James —The matter involving a serial rapist, who was last week charged for the 2012 rape of five females, including an eight- year- old girl in Irwin Point, St James, has been set for mention in the Western Regional Gun Court tomorrow. The matter first came up for mention on Monday when the accused, 27-year-old Patrick Green, who is of a May Pen, Clarendon address, was remanded when he appeared in court. Green, whose DNA matched samples that investigators found at the sce ... Read More

MBU welcome back Williams, Gordon for Arnett showdown

PAUL A REID Observer Writer | Thursday, January 22, 2015    

Williams (left) in action against Waterhouse

TUCKER, St James — Defending champions Montego Bay United will welcome back strikers Dino Williams and Omar Gordon, as well as utility player Lesly St Fleur, in time for Monday's big Red Stripe Premier League game against Arnett Gardens in Kingston. Montego Bay United have not scored in four consecutive games and slipped from the lead in the points table to third place on 35 points, nine behind new leaders Arnett Gardens. Arnett Gardens have won a record 10 straight games and their last ... Read More

Rainforest Seafood Festival for Catherine Hall on Ash Wednesday

Thursday, January 22, 2015    

(From left) Acting CEO of the Cornwall Regional Hospital Anthony Smikle; chairman and CEO of
Continental Baking Company, Gary Hendrickson, CEO of Rainforest Seafoods Brian Jardim, with
entertainer Beenie Man at the launch of the festival. (PHOTO: GARFIELD ROBINSON

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The third staging of the Rainforest Seafood Festival will be held at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex in Montego Bay on Ash Wednesday, February 18. Organisers of the one-day festival are hoping to raise $10 million from the event, which will go towards the We Care for Cornwall Regional Hospital Foundation to purchase a Bronchoscopy machine valued at US$45,000. Rainforest Seafoods General Manager Ernest Grant said that this year's show will be special with ... Read More

Montego Bay-based artistes to perform at Jazz Fest

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, January 22, 2015    

(L)Denny J Davis (C)Miguel Antonio & (R)Ralston Russell

FLORENCE HALL, Trelawny — Some Montego Bay-based entertainers will get the opportunity to parade their talents on the stage of this year's staging of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival, scheduled for the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium from January 29-31. Among the acts from the resort city who will be on show in front of the expected massive audience comprising of a mix of local and international patrons at the Trelawny venue are: Miguel Antonio, Denny J Davis, Roland Burrell, Prissy G, ... Read More

Caribbean Airlines offers passengers discount for Jazz and Blues Festival tickets

Thursday, January 22, 2015    

Caribbean Airlines offers
passengers discount for Jazz
and Blues Festival tickets

MONTEGO BAY — Caribbean Airlines has announced that it will offer passengers who travel to Jamaica between January 24 and January 31 a 10 per cent discount on Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival tickets. Passengers must present valid identification and the boarding pass stub when buying tickets at outlets islandwide. "Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival is a right fit for Caribbean Airlines as people seek to follow their passions for music and travel. We are excited about the 2015 edition and lo ... Read More

Courtney Miller

Thursday, January 22, 2015    

Sandals Whitehouse General
Manager Courtney Miller (right)
serves as personal chauffeur to
bride-to-be Jillian McElroy (now,
Jillian McElroy-Allen) on her 'big
day.' Sharing in the photo op is
resort wedding planner Sebrina
Campbell. The wedding chariot
is a new complimentary on
resort transportation service
exclusively for Sandals Resorts
and Beaches Resorts
WeddingMoon couples. The
chariot will be a means of
escorting couples from location
to location in style on their '
big day.'

Sandals Whitehouse General Manager Courtney Miller (right) serves as personal chauffeur to bride-to-be Jillian McElroy (now, Jillian McElroy-Allen) on her 'big day.' Sharing in the photo op is resort wedding planner Sebrina Campbell. The wedding chariot is a new complimentary on resort transportation service exclusively for Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts WeddingMoon couples. The chariot will be a means of escorting couples from location to location in style on their ' big day.' Read More

Murdered retired nurse to be laid to rest next week

Thursday, January 22, 2015    

Hyacinth Hayden

FALMOUTH, Trelawny — Murdered retired nurse and former acting matron at the Trelawny Infirmary, Hyacinth Hayden, will be laid to rest next Thursday. The thanksgiving service in memory of her life will be held at the historic William Knibb Memorial Baptist Church in Falmouth at 11:00 am. Interment will follow in the family plot at Deeside, Trelawny. Hayden's bloodied body was discovered by her husband, Ashley, minutes after 3:00 pm on their kitchen step on New Year's Eve with multiple stab ... Read More

Prizes for western football fans

BY PAUL A REID Observer West writer | Thursday, January 22, 2015    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Patrons at ATL/Sandals St James Football Association's Senior League and Division One Friday night games could go home with prizes, according to president Gregory Daley. The season is due to kick off next Friday with a triple-header at Jarrett Park with two Senior League games and one Division One game. Daley said they expect to create a "carnival-like atmosphere on Friday nights", but said the giveaways would not be every week but "once a month or so". Promoted ... Read More



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