Residents and motorists who use the Alley Bridge, in Southern Clarendon are once again calling for intervention to improve the infrastructure. When CVM Live visited the Alley Bridge in June residents warned that with the slightest downpour the bridge would be destroyed.
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Church leaders are spreading the word as they encourage Christians and every Jamaican to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. During one of several meetings held by the Health Ministry on Thursday, August 19, the leaders encourage the locals to arm themselves with the facts about the vaccines lest they be led astray by false findings.
The St. Catherine South Police are investigating the shooting death of a police corporal and a taxi driver in Big Lane, Central Village on Wednesday, August 17. Residents from the area say men from outside the community are responsible for the attack.
A tragedy on the Pen Hill Road in Manchester on August 18, plunged several families in mourning as a truck carrying market vendors overturned, killing all but one of its five passengers. The driver of the truck allegedly lost control of the vehicle in negotiating a corner.
Fear lingered during the torrential downpour on Tuesday, August 17, as Gordon Town in St. Andrew was again in the crosshairs of Tropical Storm Grace, but since it was badly damaged by heavy rainfall last year, significant progress has been made.
Tropical storm Grace has worsened the damage caused by Tropical storm Elsa just over six weeks ago in Eastern parishes, after it landed heavy rains, strong winds, and high tide on Monday, August 17.
Third Wave Could Be Linked to Delta Variant- One health expert is linking the upsurge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalization to the possibility of the delta variant. The comments come as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations see a continued increase. Jamaica’s COVID-19 positivity rate is now at 46.1% as the country experiences the third wave of infections with...
The Meteorological Service of Jamaica says the country of Jamaica remains on a tropical storm watch as the tropical depression Grace nears Haiti. The Director of the Met Service, Evon Thompson, says the island will be impacted by intense conditions associated with Grace on Tuesday as it develops into a tropical storm. For the next 48...
The COVID-19 health crisis continues to impact the country's correctional facilities with active cases among staff and inmates and low vaccine take-up. Currently, there are eight active cases of COVID-19 among inmates and five active cases among staff in the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) across the island.
Three people, 2 males, and a female were shot and injured in York Town, Clarendon on Friday, August 13. The police are linking the shooting to a gang feud in the community.