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New Bridge Opens in Steer Town

Motorists and other users of the Steer Town main road, in St. Ann, are expressing gratitude for the new two-lane bridge that was recently constructed in the area. The bridge, one of many built across the island under the Canadian … Continued

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St. James PC Names Street after Lloyd Young

The St. James Parish Council in recognition of one of the outstanding sons of the parish, philanthropist and fitness trainer, Lloyd George Young O.D. J.P., has renamed First Street, Albion, Montego Bay, Lloyd Young Drive, in his honour. The move … Continued

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St. Thomas MPs Welcome JDIP

Members of Parliament for St. Thomas, Hon. James Robertson (West) and Dr. Fenton Ferguson (East), have welcomed implementation of the Government’s multi-billion dollar Jamaica Development Infrastructure Programme (JDIP), in the parish. The US$400 million ($36 billion) project, being financed through … Continued

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UDC Says Falmouth will Benefit from Pedestrianisation

Deputy General Manager with responsibility for Economic Development and Corporate Relations at the Urban Development Corporation (UDC), Lenworth Tracey, says that pedestrianisation of Water Square, Falmouth, is for the benefit of the town and should not affect established businesses. He … Continued

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Senior Citizens Honoured in Jericho, Hanover

Approximately 40 senior citizens from Jericho, in Hanover, were recognised for their contribution to community development, at a special luncheon, held recently at Tryall Hotel, in the parish. Chief among the senior citizens was 99 year-old Beatrice Dixon, who flew … Continued

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Mobay Recalls Emancipation Proclamation

Hundreds of citizens from St. James came out to embrace and participate in the Emancipation celebrations at Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay on Saturday night (July 31). The celebrations were organised and produced by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), … Continued

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Residents to Air Views at Mayor’s Forum

Hundreds of residents of Somerton and surrounding communities in Eastern St. James will get an opportunity to voice their concerns on challenging issues, when the second Mayor’s forum is staged at the Somerton All-Age School on Thursday, July 29. The … Continued

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