Bonnie Cappello In Early Planning Of Community Cleanup To Make More Green Spaces

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Bonnie Cappello LAKE MARY, FL, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — It’s time for a city-wide cleanup. This thought goes through the mind of Bonnie Cappello when planning a potential cleanup of areas throughout her city. From large spaces to litter scattered along highways, it’s time for someone to do something. While the idea is Read More

Aspiring US model found murdered on rural road in Jamaica

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US model Désirée Gibbon was killed on a rural road in Jamaica – GoFundMe More The family of an aspiring US model found dead with her throat cut on a rural Jamaican road say they are “broken beyond repair”. Désirée Gibbon’s body was found in the town of Anchovy, located around five miles from the popular tourist Read More

Young New York woman killed in Jamaica days before coming home

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Young New York woman killed in Jamaica days before coming home More A 26-year-old woman was killed in Jamaica days before she was set to return home to New York, her family said. Desiree Gibbon, of Queens, was found with her throat slashed, lying on the side of a road in the town of Anchovy Read More

Krystle Clear: Reducing duplicated efforts in the Public Service

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MORE ARTICLES Continuing in the Deficit Report series, the controversial topic of streamlining government services was broached.  Many persons believe that this is another way of sending home government workers.  However, I strongly believe that this does not need to be the case. Related articles How many times have we walked into a government office Read More

Sol: Competitor disadvantage non-issue in BNTCL sale

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MORE ARTICLES The Sol Group, (Sol) has expressed that the company’s proposed purchase of the Barbados National Terminal Company Ltd (BNTCL) would not only be beneficial to the country, but that competitors would not be disadvantaged by the terminal’s privatisation. Related articles Word of this comes from regional manager of The Sol Group, Roger Bryan, Read More

Work on sectors in St Kitts-Nevis damaged by hurricanes progressing smoothly

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Dr Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis. (FILE) MORE ARTICLES BASSETERRE – The recovery efforts by the Government of St Kitts and Nevis to return the country back to normalcy after it was damaged by Hurricanes Irma and Maria in September 2017, have begun as reconstruction which commenced on a number of Read More

Crushing wins for top players

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Cherene Ward of St Lucy easily defeated former table tennis player Julia Morris-Young. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.) MORE ARTICLES The National Sports Council’s Inter-Parish road tennis action moved to Silver Hill on Wednesday night, with blazing competition ensuring that the fans did not miss the “A” class players on court. Related articles Among the women, Read More

Old habits return as Windies struggle in Wellington

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West Indies opener Kieran Powell top-scored. (FILE) MORE ARTICLES WELLINGTON – West Indies struck two vital blows but were still reeling after being bundled out cheaply, as old habits returned to haunt them on the opening day of the first Test against New Zealand here Friday. Related articles Sent in on a grassy Basin Reserve Read More

Accident leaves several injured

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MORE ARTICLES A three-vehicle collision left several people complaining of neck and back pains today. Related articles The accident occurred along Brereton Road, St Philip about 7:34 a.m. and involved a car and two vans. One car was driven by Chrystal Forde, 26, of Bridgefield, St Thomas and she was the lone occupant. The second Read More

Grenada sees an increase in its population

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Grenada has seen an increase in the size of its population based on the latest data from the Central Statistics Office. According the CSO, as of June 2016, the island’s population expanded by 814 persons bringing the count to 110,910 which in 2015 stood at 110,096. The 0.7 percent increase includes 55,955 males and 54,955 Read More