Author Archive: Stephanie Hamilton

St Thomas residents reel from heavy rains
Some residents in St Thomas are facing severe after-effects of the heavy rains over the weekend. Member of Parliament for St Thomas
St Mary accident claims one life
One man is dead, and several people injured in a three vehicle collision along the Boscobel Main road, in the vicinity of the Ian
JUST IN: All Schools not affected by rains will be in session tomorrow-April 24
Press Release from the Ministry of Education Schools not affected by adverse weather should reopen as scheduled – Education Minister
Recent Flooding due to limited capacity of drainage systems to handle water volume-Holness
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the recent flooding reported in sections of the island is due to the limited capacity of drainage
Government to assist with relief efforts-Holness
Director of Communication at the Office of the Prime Minister Robert Morgan says the Prime Minister has assured the local authorities
Government should render relief and aid to affected residents affected by rains-Arscott
The People’s National Party’s Spokesman on Local Government and Member of Parliament For Clarendon South Western, Noel
Fire Fighters Close Riu Reggae Hotel in Montego Bay
The Riu Reggae Hotel in Montego Bay St James has been closed by fire fighters, as they continue investigations today into what caused
Man gets life sentence for quadruple killing
The man who was found guilty last month of the 2015 quadruple killing in May Pen, Clarendon has been given four life sentences. 29 year