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West Kingston Residents Feted by CSJP

More than 180 residents from four inner city communities in West Kingston were treated to a fun day at the Cranbrook Flower Forest and River Head Trail Attractions, in Laughland, St. Ann, on June 12. The treat, which was funded … Continued


Portland Prepares for Hurricane Season

Several activities have been planned by the Portland Disaster Committee to observe June as Disaster Preparedness Month. The events will include educational talks in schools, business places and communities; public education campaign; fund-raising activities; coastal hazard training workshops and a … Continued


Downtown Open for Business

The security forces are advising members of the public, living and working in downtown Kingston, especially operators of businesses in the area, that they can now return to work and conduct their normal business safely. The security forces will facilitate … Continued


Hanover Prepares for Labour Day

Plans for Labour Day activities in the parish of Hanover are now at a high level, with the number of projects registered with the Labour Day planning committee numbering 25 and climbing. This is inclusive of the Parish/National Project, which … Continued


Disaster Awareness Campaign on in St. Elizabeth

Co-ordinator of Disaster Preparedness at the St. Elizabeth Parish Council, Renee Bradford-Britton, has reported that the Council is continuing its disaster awareness efforts, through training and simulations, so that the parish can respond effectively to any emergency. She told JIS … Continued


St. James PC Steps up Removal of Illegal Signs

Mayor of Montego Bay and Chairman of the St. James Parish Council, Councillor Charles Sinclair, is currently leading an operation to remove all illegal signs, in violation of regulations governing their exhibition, from the town of Montego Bay. The operation … Continued


Mayor’s Forum Heads to Rural St. James

Hundreds of residents of communities in Southern St. James will have the opportunity to voice their concerns on matters affecting them when the St. James Parish Council’s Mayor’s Forum goes rural next Thursday, April 29. The event, slated for the … Continued

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