In and Around Park Forest for the Week of August 27, 2017

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Source: Pinterest Park Forest, IL—(ENEWSPF)— The Park Forest Environment Commission is looking for residents that go the extra mile to live a “green” lifestyle. If this is one of your neighbors, why not nominate them for the Park Forest Sustainability Award? Nominations considered for things like the general appearance of the property, rain barrels, rain Read More

Cara Delevingne keeps dating cocky guys

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Cara Delevingne doesn’t think she has found ”the one” yet because she keeps falling for ”cocky guys”. Cara Delevingne thinks she hasn’t found ”the one” because she’s too busy falling for ”cocky guys”. The ‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’ star has been single since she split from St Vincent and thinks the Read More

Another inmate stabbed at BCF

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August 26th, 2017 4 comments Another inmate has been stabbed at the Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF), the second such incident in a week. BCF officials told St Lucia Times that in the latest incident Saturday at around 9.20 am, inmate Valence James sustained about 13 stab wounds. James was allegedly attacked by his cellmate, Michael Read More

Another inmate stabbed at BCF

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August 26th, 2017 4 comments Another inmate has been stabbed at the Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF), the second such incident in a week. BCF officials told St Lucia Times that in the latest incident Saturday at around 9.20 am, inmate Valence James sustained about 13 stab wounds. James was allegedly attacked by his cellmate, Michael Read More

Antigua and Barbuda Warns U.S. Over Threats Against Venezuela

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Antigua and Barbuda Warns U.S. Over Threats Against Venezuela St. John’s, August 26 (RHC)– Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne has criticized the United States’ efforts to achieve regime change in Venezuela, urging Washington to avoid interfering in the South American country’s internal affairs. Browne, responding to recent threats made by U.S. President Donald Read More

Guyana to Export Rice to Cuba Beginning in September

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Guyana to Export Rice to Cuba Beginning in September Bridgetown, August 26 (RHC/CaribNews.com) — Guyana says it will make its first shipment of rice to Cuba in Septem­ber following negotiations with the Cuba side over the past few months. Guyana’s Rice Develop­ment Board General Manager Allison Peters said the shipments to will start in the Read More

Fly Jamaica working to “clean up” passenger backlog

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Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fly Jamaica, Capt. Ronald Reece. Fly Jamaica Airline on Saturday said it was working feverishly to clear a backlog of passengers in Georgetown, New York and Toronto as a result of its aircraft experiencing technical difficulties. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Fly Jamaica, Paul Ronald Reece said Read More