Hanover Horror

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter | Thursday, June, 22 2017    

LUCEA, Hanover - When 71-year-old butcher Joel Malcolm, his wife, their grandchild, and a 63-year-old family friend gathered in the comfort of their living room at his Lucea, Hanover home last Wednesday night to watch prime time news on television, the escalating murder rate in the... Read More

Hardware & Lumber executive wants stricter adherence to zoning regulation

Thursday, June, 22 2017    

Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Hardware and Lumber, Olive Downer Walsh, is calling on Government to ensure stricter adherence to zoning regulation. Read More

Westwood High wins Ananda Alert School Project competition

Thursday, June, 22 2017    

Guidance Counsellor at Westwood High School for Girls, Theresa Fletcher flanked by two beaming students, Sandrene McKenzie (right) and Ysanne Williams, shows off the trophy presented to her school for finishing among the three winners of the recent Ananda Alert School Project... Read More

New St James 4H executives

Thursday, June, 22 2017    

A new executive body was elected to serve on the St James 4H board at their annual general meeting held at the RADA Conference Room at Catherine Hall on Thursday, June 15. Read More

On Top!

BY PAUL REID Observer writer | Thursday, June, 22 2017    

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Somerton FC stun Irwin United in St James FA D1 final

Thursday, June, 22 2017    

Somerton FC pulled off another championship upset in four seasons by defeating Irwin United 4-3 in the final of the St James Football Association's Sandals International Division One at Jarrett Park on Sunday. Read More

JAAA, the law is not a shackle

With Paul Reid | Thursday, June, 22 2017    

THE cream of Jamaica's athletic crop will be seeking places on various national teams this summer. They will be on show, starting this afternoon, at the National Stadium when the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) national senior and junior trials get underway. Read More

Jah Ranks on a mission

Thursday, June, 22 2017    

 Montego B ay-based singer Jah Ranks is quietly carving out a niche for himself in the music industry. Read More

Taking 'Sandz' to MoBay

Thursday, June, 22 2017    

Partygoers in western Jamaica will experience the Supreme Events produced 'Sandz' party in Montego Bay for the first time this Sunday at the Aqueduct Rose Hall. Read More

PHOTO: Duncans Corner League help

Thursday, June, 22 2017    

Businessman Fabian 'Fabo' Davis (right), operator of Duncans Complex and Entertainment Centre, presents a cheque of $300,000 to Melville 'Taxa' Thompson, chairman of the Duncans Summer Corner League. The money is sponsorship to outfit the eight teams in the competition with jerseys. The... Read More

Well-loved Hanover butcher murdered

Friday, June, 16 2017    

LUCEA, Hanover — A 71-year-old butcher was shot dead at his home when gunmen went on a rampage in Lucea, Hanover, Wednesday night.One of his family members was shot and injured in the incident. Read More




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