A Portland man who has devoted 28 years to patching potholes in the parish had charges of extortion and obstructing traffic dismissed Tuesday when he appeared in the Portland Parish Court. Motorists are again imploring the government to recognize him. Watch the full report: Watch more news here: Major Stories | Breaking News | Latest Developments – CVM TV
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The Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) seeks to mitigate flooding and improve drainage across the municipality amid the hurricane season.
The Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation has commenced cleaning efforts at the Duhaney River which is undergoing a general cleaning and de-silting.
There are cost-related concerns over employees being required to re-test for Covid-19 after recovery. Health Minister Dr. Christopher Tufton has suggested that employers who demand a negative Covid-19 result for workers to reengage, should probably cover that cost.
The focus on mental health has not waned, especially as persistent reports of crime and violence continues to heighten the fears of Jamaicans.
Detectives assigned to the major investigations division are probing the murder of two men, said to be cousins in Falmouth, Trelawny.
Police across the island continue on a path of forging meaningful relations with residents of crime-prone communities. Their most recent effort came in the community of Steer Town, St. Ann.
St. James accounts for the highest murder rate in Jamaica and the police are ramping up their community engagement efforts as they seek to build trust, however they are not alone. On Saturday, the Head of the parish’s community safety and security branch brought on board the church for a walk through in Salt Spring which recently saw...
Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson says persons charged with illegal possession of firearm and ammunition should remain in custody.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has called for greater tourism coordination across the Americas to better plan for crisis. Speaking at the 4th CEO Summit held as part of the 9th Summit of the Americas, in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday, June 8, the Prime Minister highlighted that tourism generates 2.8 million jobs in the Caribbean, which is roughly...