Minneapolis Siding Company Expands Operations

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Minneapolis siding contractor Storm Group Siding (stormgroupsiding.com) expands their operations from roofing only into siding installation. MINNEAPOLIS, MN, UNITED STATES, September 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Storm Group Roofing proudly announces they have started offering professional-caliber siding installation to area residents and businesses. This company, to be named Storm Group Siding, already has an established history Read More

Resilience in midst of Hurricane Harvey

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By Kathy Barrett The night of August 25, 2017, will be forever etched in memory of Toney Campbell, one of thousands of Jamaicans who witnessed the onslaught of Hurricane Harvey as it made landfall and unleashed its fury on the Texan coast, battering coastal and inland communities. Toney, a broadcaster and community activist who migrated Read More

Argentina to Assist Guyana with Visual Art Restoration

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Argentina is assisting Guyana in the restoration and conservation of several works of visual art belonging to the National Collection of Art housed at the National Gallery of Art. A joint statement issued by the Ministry of Education and the Argentine Embassy said two internationally recognized experts will be visiting Guyana between September 2-8 to Read More

Incest on the rise in St Lucia

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Over 80 percent of reports to Human Services are about incest. The head of Saint Lucia’s Department of Social Services, has reported that her department is receiving ‘alarming’ reports of incest and wants the activity to stop. According to the department incest continues to be a ‘real issue’ for the Department of Human Services. “A Read More

Former Trinidad & Tobago Attorney General Arrested on Matters of Public Corruption

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Former Trinidad and Tobago attorney general Anand Ramlogan was on Wednesday formally charged with misbehavior in public office and obstruction of justice, some 30 hours after picked up at his home. A statement issued by the TT Police Service (TTPS) stated that the charges against Ramlogan, who served as attorney general from 2010-15, arose from Read More

Jamaica to observe anniversary of horrific train crash

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Beginning this year, Jamaicans will observe the anniversary of a horrific train crash that occurred in the central parish of Manchester in 1957. The anniversary will be recognized annually on September 1. The announcement was made on Thursday by Culture Minister Olivia “Babsy” Grange. Claimed close to 200 lives  Known as the Kendal Train Crash, Read More

Reggae Boyz Andre Blake back between the sticks for Jamaica

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Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Injured goalie fully fit for duty After suffering a cut to his hand during Jamaica’s failed Gold Cup final bid against the USA last month, Jamaica’s goalkeeper Andre Blake is now fully recovered and will resume duties for the Reggae Boyz in a friendly match against Canada on Saturday. Read More

Escapee Uree Varswyk shot dead by police

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Uree Varswyk, one of the escapees from the Camp Street  prison on July 9th has been shot dead by the police in an operation in Linden, according to the Department of Public Information. Varswyk was killed during a shootout with joint services ranks at Central Amelia’s Ward which started late last night,  acting Divisional Commander Read More

St. Vincent Healthcare Children’s Clinic evacuated Thursday afternoon

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The St. Vincent Healthcare Children’s Clinic was evacuated on Thursday afternoon due to concerns about smoke in the building.  The Billings Fire Department responded to the report shortly before 1 pm. They determined the building was safe for staff and their patients to re-enter around 2 pm.  According to the Billings Fire Department, smoke filled Read More

USS Billings crew members help build a house

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Christmas is still four months away but for Jim Brown that’s when his new house will be unveiled and his anticipation is growing. Community support and hard work can go a long way, just ask USS commanding officer Nathan Rowan. “This is the first time I’ve ever done a habitat for humanity project. Right now Read More