Day of Service

 ANCHOVY, St James — Assistant manager of Garland Hall Memorial Children's Home in Anchovy, St James, Dahlia Ingram has lauded Starbucks and MultiCare Youth Foundation (MYF) for establishing a sustainable vegetable garden at the institution. Read More

Highlights — 'We Inspire' Spot Valley High tour
The We Inspire Girls to be Strong Women School Tour recently held a Breakthrough Prayer Breakfast at Spot Valley High School in St James.... Read More

Westwood High School stages Ananda Alert Essay and Poster
STEWART TOWN, Trelawny — Freeman's Hall Primary and Stewart Town Primary and Infant schools, both located in Trelawny, were the toast of the Ananda Alert Essay and Poster competition awards ceremony, held at the Westwood High School for girls recently.... Read More

Faulkland FC, Reggae Youth on the cusp
Title favourites Faulkland FC and Reggae Youths will take leads into Sunday's return legs of the semi-finals of the Jamaica Football Federation Western Confederation/Charley's JB Rum Super League against Harmony FC and Wadadah FC respectively at Jarrett Park.... Read More

Rusea's High celebrate historic Penn Relays win

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

Rusea's High and Hanover are still celebrating after their girls' 4x100m team created history at last weekend's 124th Penn Relays Carnival, while Rhodes Hall's Rovane Williams and Cornwall College's Owayne Owens both won individual events to highlight western –based school's... Read More

A FIRST FOR RUSEA'S

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

Members of the Rusea's High team of from  left: Ishara Scarlett, Lashawn Hayle, Terice Steen and Santae Morgan celebrate their victory in the high school girls' international finals at the 124th Penn Relays last weekend in Philadelphia. The young ladies ran 47.02 seconds to become the first team... Read More

Holland High lift ISSA basketball crown

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Holland High School won their first ISSA basketball title last week after they dethroned Mt Alvernia High with a 29-6 drubbing in the final of the Western Conference played at the Montego Bay Cricket Club in St James. Read More

Sport Diary — May 4 - 9

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

TODAYBMW Jamaica Classic - PGA Latin America - Cinnamon Hills St James FA/VMBS Under-13Chetwood vs Barrett Town - UDC - 10:00 amBarracks Road vs Green Pond - UDC -11:15 am Read More

Organisers hope to attract 5,000 participants at MoBay City Run

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Organisers of MoBay City Run 2018 are hoping to attract 5,000 participants, and raise $5 million this year, to provide scholarships for students from four tertiary institutions and one high school operating in western Jamaica. The event is... Read More

MoBay Crab Fest set for May 19

BY ACEION CUNNINGHAM Observer West writer | Thursday, May, 3 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The eight staging of the highly anticipated family event, the MoBay Crab Festival, is set for Pier One in Montego Bay on Saturday, May 19. Read More

PHOTO: NEW CHAMBER EXECUTIVE

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

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PHOTO: 'GLOVES OVER GUNS'

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

Outgoing President of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI) T'Shura Gibbs (left), presents a symbolic cheque for $638,075.00 to Stephen Jones, president of the Jamaica Boxing Board of Control (second left), while former MBCCI president Gloria Henry looks on. The presentation... Read More

NO MORE!

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The police are describing Nico Samuels, who went by the alias of 'Bowza', as a vicious serial contract killer, who after recently carrying out a hit in St James, murdered the person who contracted him. Read More

Miss Jamaica World Cornwall launched

Thursday, May, 3 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Following the recent launch of the Miss Jamaica World Pageant by new franchise holder, Crown of Beauty Jamaica Limited, Complete Entertainment (CES) Services last week launched the county's version of the prestigious pageant for the western... Read More

Trelawny to get island's first garbage transfer station

BY ANTHONY LEWIS Observer West writer | Thursday, April, 26 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — The parish of Trelawny is expected to get the island's first garbage transfer station, which will be established at a cost of $91 million. Read More



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