Monthly Archives: March 2018

Wanted man held, gun found in police operation in Tivoli Gardens 

A man who was on the Kingston Western police’s wanted list was held during an operation in Tivoli Gardens on Friday.

Church not a crime fighter

A packed Webster Memorial Baptist Church in Granville, St James, appeared stunned as an outspoken preacher railed against the conventional wisdom, declaring that “the church’s place is not in crime fighting”.

‘Dancehall Queen’ Carlene awarded for ‘outstanding contribution’ to industry 

Jamaica’s first ‘Dancehall Queen’, Carlene Smith was awarded for her outstanding contribution to the Dancehall industry at the 1st annual “Queens of Reggae Island Honorary Ceremonies” on Sunday at the Courtleigh auditorium in Kingston.

Officials: shooting at a Maryland High School 

School officials report that there’s been a shooting at a Maryland high school, that the ‘event is contained’ and the campus is on lockdown.

Jamaican singer says drugs and bad relationships ‘mash up’ his life 

Fifty-one-year-old Wayne Palmer is desperately hoping to make a breakthrough in life.

Four dead as search continues at collapsed bridge 

Florida officials said on Thursday that four people have been found dead in the rubble of a collapsed South Florida pedestrian bridge where the frantic search for any survivors continued past nightfall.