Monthly Archives: June 2020

Earthquake felt in Portmore 

The Earthquake Unit has confirmed a magnitude 3.5 earthquake which was felt in sections of the island Friday morning.

American Airlines will book flights to full capacity

American Airlines will start booking flights to full capacity next week, ending any effort to promote social distancing on its planes while the United States sets records for new reported cases of the coronavirus.

Beaches could be closed again amid breaches of COVID-19 protocols 

Jamaicans could once more find that they are unable to visit the beach or river, a daunting prospect amid the rising summer heat.

Free at last: Man released from prison after 50 years without trial 

Criminal charges against George Williams, the mentally-ill man who spent 50 years in prison without a trial, have been dropped.

Cops place dent in ‘goat stealing ring’ during Manchester operation 

Police say they have arrested a man who they believe is a key player in an ongoing goat stealing ring involving criminals targeting farmers in a number of parishes.

Popular promoter gunned down in Montego Bay 

A popular Montego Bay events promoter was cut down in a hail of bullets by unknown assailants during a daring attack in the second city on Monday afternoon.