Motorists using the Portmore leg of Highway 2000 should know today how much more they are to pay at the toll.
Member of Parliament for East Central St. James, Ed Bartlett, has announced a $2 million scholarship fund programme for 20 constituency teachers.
A police corporal was among three persons shot and injured by a gunman on Constant Spring Road in Kingston 8 yesterday.
Three men were killed within hours of each other in St. Andrew this morning.
Investigators in Portland are still to establish a motive for the death of a German man whose body was found with multiple stab wounds along the roadway at Spring Bank in the parish this morning.
The government has won its 10 year legal battle with the National Transport Cooperative Society\'s (NTCS), Ezroy Millwood, over breaches of a bus franchise agreement.
The police in St. Mary were seeking to locate two boys who ran away from the Swift Percell Boys Home at Bellfield in the parish.
The Superintendent of roads and works at the St. Elizabeth Parish Council, Kenroy Stewart, is to replace, Tubal Brown, at the St. James Parish Council on Monday.
The People’s National Party (PNP) is urging the government to ensure that Jamaica Public Service customers are not affected by the company’s recent $2.3 billion settlement with workers.
The automobile dealers association said it is pleased with an agreement, which has been reached between its members and the finance ministry.
A 49 year old man died while undergoing treatment in hospital after being shot by a gunman at Cordith Place in Spanish Town, St. Catherine.
The Half Way Tree police have still not established a motive for last night’s murder of a taxi operator on Tavern Drive, Kingston 6.
The United Union of Jamaica (UUJ) has decided to sign the third Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for public sector workers.
A mother is pleading for the safe return of her son, 27 year old Joel Thomas who is said to be suffering from schizophrenia.
Mr. Samuda said the government is continuing efforts to prevent a shortage of rice in the country.
Transport Minister Mike Henry is scheduled to meet with several taxi associations at 1 p.m. tomorrow afternoon to discuss the recently announced 25 percent fare increase.
Prime Minister Bruce Golding and the rest of the Jamaican delegation will return to the island today after a four-day official visit to Cuba.
The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) has agreed to pay workers $2.3 billion for the 2001 to 2007 period.
Several business people in Ocho Rios whose establishments were flooded last month are fearful that they could suffer a similar fate if remedial work is not done as quickly as possible.
The Hunts Bay police in St Andrew are investigating the circumstances, which led to the death of a businessman at Oak Glade Road in Kingston 11 last night.
Ocho Rios businessman, Dani Gonzales remains in hospital in serious but stable condition after he was shot in the head at his business place yesterday evening.
A demonstration by residents at Snow Hill in Portland has led to a halt in roadwork being carried out by a team assigned to Pihl Construction Company, the contractors of Highway 2000.
The National Works Agency (NWA) said it would be undertaking a major road-patching project within the Corporate Area.
The Bahamian pilot who landed illegally on an abandoned airstrip in Clarendon is to return to court today.
The Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ) will be considering possible replacements for Director of Elections, Danville Walker when it meets tomorrow.