(Jamaica Star) In August, Latoya Hogarth, 28, had a brain aneurysm.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Jamaican expatriates have generally reacted with dismay to Democratic candidate Senator Kamala Harris’ decision to pull the plug on her presidential election race, but some believe that the pragmatism of money in politics and her failure to energise black voters ultimately cost her the campaign.
(Jamaica Observer) Regional telecommunications giant, Digicel is currently evaluating its refinancing options over part of its debt pile, which currently stands at around US$7 billion (€6.35bn).
(Jamaica Star) Sixty-year-old Donovan Stewart, who became an Internet sensation after a US interview of him describing his ordeal with a robber went viral, is now being hailed as a fearless hero and modern-day Teddy Brukshut.
(Jamaica Gleaner) A motorcyclist was killed in a bizarre case of apparent road rage yesterday afternoon after he was kicked off course by a fellow angry biker before ploughing into a utility pole at the end of a chase on a busy Kingston street.
(Jamaica Gleaner) The police have for the past two years failed to execute a warrant of committal on Jamaican cricketer-turned-politician Daren Powell, who has been held in contempt because of his failure to comply with a 2016 court order.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Tesha Miller has been found guilty in relation to the murder of former chairman of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC), Douglas Chambers.
(Jamaica Observer) After spending three years behind bars, Dishane Dixon’s first taste of freedom was short-lived, as he was shot dead on Slipe Road in Kingston, one hour after his release.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Shock and grief gripped a section of Waterford in Portmore, St Catherine, yesterday after three members of a family were shot dead in their living room shortly after 9 p.m.
(Jamaica Observer) The police in Manchester are on the search for the killers of a popular business man who was fatally shot in the parish Saturday morning.
(Jamaica Gleaner) In what the police suspect to have been an illicit deal gone sour, three men of St James addresses died in St Ann on Saturday night, while one is in police custody and a firearm recovered.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Jah is My Keeper, a composition by Jamaican reggae icon Peter Tosh, resonated mystically within the ancient walls of the celebrated Canterbury Cathedral in England yesterday afternoon, during the service of installation for Jamaica-born Rose Hudson-Wilkin, the new Bishop of Dover.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Negril is reeling from yesterday’s double murder of a businessman and his Italian wife in the popular tourist resort town, which is covered under a tri-parish state of emergency in Hanover, Westmoreland, and St James.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Una Spencer had returned to Jamaica in 2012 to help her sister having lived in Canada for more than 40 years, but she has ended up gaining an extended family of survivors of HIV/AIDS.
(Jamaica Gleaner) A 34-year-old woman who reported a bizarre toilet birth has denied allegations that she tried to kill the newborn.
(Jamaica Star) When you think of a university classroom, you immediately think books, laptops, pencils and pens.
(Jamaica Gleaner) A St Thomas mother and her newborn daughter are said to be hospitalised at the Princess Margaret Hospital in good condition following a bizarre toilet delivery on Saturday night.
(Jamaica Observer) When four Haitian men — supposedly stranded at sea for just over two weeks — were yesterday rescued by Jamaican fishermen in Portland, it took the French-speaking skills of one civilian, who happened to be on the spot, for the police to be able to decipher what the men were saying.
(Jamaica Observer) Eighteen-year-old Joeith Lynch was dead by the time the letter from the Students’ Loan Bureau informing her that she had been successful in securing funds to begin her studies as a medical student at The University of the West Indies, Mona made its way into her family’s hands.
(Jamaica Star) Huwe Burton was only 16 when he was arrested and charged with the 1989 murder of his Jamaican mother Keziah Burton.