THE LEADERS OF two of the island's main violence-prevention initiatives say a yearning for peace is pushing more residents in some of the most volatile communities across the Corporate Area to pass information to the police, but insist that the culture of "informer fi dead" is still very pervasive.
St Thomas, US Virgin Islands:CARIBBEAN GOVERNMENTS are being warned to proceed with an abundance of caution in relation to the decriminalisation and legalisation of marijuana.
DRAX HALL, St Ann:AFTER YEARS of working in the hospitality industry, twin brothers, Andrew and Mark Cole, have formally launched their own multifaceted food business, Coley's Island (Caribbean Food, Fun and Fare).
An under-strength Charlie Smith High were held to 0-0 draw by hosts Vauxhall in their Group B encounter in the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/LIME Manning Cup competition yesterday.
Skinny Fabulous, the unmistakably energetic soca artiste from St Vincent and the Grenadines, is set to perform at the Arthur Guinness' Day Concert on Thursday, September 25 at the National Arena in Kingston.
It is even strange for me to fathom my feelings towards Jamaican police, particularly the traffic officers.
WESTERN BUREAU:While some residents of Green Island in Hanover are waiting with bated breath regarding the reopening of the town's post office, one community leader says it is better to take a wait-and-see approach as to the fate of the facility, which has been closed for more than three years.