Made in Manchester 2018

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — The annual micro and small business exposition Made in Manchester is scheduled to be staged here on Sunday, March 4. Read More

Jamaica Day in Manchester
Mandeville , Manchester — Like thousands across Jamaica, students and teachers in Manchester dressed in the black, green and gold of the national flag, marked Jamaica Day last Friday with appropriate cultural activities. ... Read More

Parish library wraps up Black History Month Lecture Series
MAIDSTONE, Manchester — The Manchester Parish Library last week completed its two-part Black History Month Lecture Series.... Read More

Nurses told to soar like New Horizons space probe
SPALDING, Clarendon — On the face of it, health care may seem very different to space exploration.... Read More

For your diary

Monday, February, 26 2018    

Tuesday, February 27 Young Women of PurposeGraduation/Closing CeremonyREAP 11 — Education and Empowerment InitiativeRidgemount United Church HallMandeville — 10:00 am  Read More


Monday, February, 26 2018    

Edwin Allen High School ran a record time of 44.76 seconds in the Girls' Class Three sprint relay at the Gibson McCook Relays at National Stadium on Saturday. Edwin Allen broke the previous mark of 44.91 seconds set by them last year. Photo shows the final baton changeover in Saturday's... Read More

PHOTO: Pure Joy!

Monday, February, 26 2018    

Student nurses at the Knox Community College in Spalding, Clarendon, celebrate at their striping and capping ceremony. (See story inside) Photo: Gregory Bennett Read More

WILFRED 'JACKSIE' REID — patriot, family man, community stalwart

ALICIA SUTHERLAND Observer staff reporter | Sunday, February, 25 2018    

DEVON, Manchester — The school of hard knocks started early for Wilfred 'Jacksie' Reid. Read More

Government 'dissing' Jamaicans, says Phillips

BY GARFIELD MYERS Editor at Large, South/Central Bureau | Friday, February, 23 2018    

JUNCTION, St Elizabeth — Opposition Leader Peter Phillips accused the Andrew Holness-led Government late Wednesday of treating Jamaicans with “disdain and disregard”, and acting contrary to the spirit of the country's democracy, constitution and traditions. Read More

Mega Crusade for MoBay

Thursday, February, 22 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James - As the security forces sustain the state of public emergency in St James, the church in Montego Bay is continuing its drive for transformation with an initiative aimed at bringing hope and healing to the city. Read More

SDA church recognises 31 western-based employees

Thursday, February, 22 2018    

Thirty-one employees of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica, who are based in the western section of the island, were among the over 200 members awarded by the church during the celebration of the 'Year of the Adventist Worker 2017' held at the Northern... Read More

Good support for 'Day of Love' celebration

Thursday, February, 22 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James - Montegonians turned out last Friday evening at the Old Hospital Park, Gloucester Avenue, to support the 'Day of Love' celebration, staged by the I Love MoBay Foundation. Read More

Fanfare at Black Panther MoBay premiere

Thursday, February, 22 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James - The internationally acclaimed Black Panther movie and currently the number one movie in the world premiered with much fanfare at the Palace Multiplex in the resort city of Montego Bay last Thursday. Read More

Sport Diary — February 22

Thursday, February, 22 2018    

TODAY, February 22St James FA Sandals/ATL Division OneViolet Kickers vs Firehouse SC — UDC field 3:30 pm JABA NBL- Western Conference Read More

40 years of grief

BY MARK CUMMINGS Editor-at-Large | Thursday, February, 22 2018    

BETHEL TOWN, Westmoreland - The pleasant countenance and winning smile of 63-year-old ex-Special Constable Nicholas Harding, who was shot and left for dead by two gunmen in the tough Kew Lane area of Kingston almost 40 years ago, belie the suffering and pain that he has... Read More


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