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$1.2B upgrading of Montego Bay Hip Strip

The Government has budgeted $1.2 billion to undertake comprehensive upgrading of the popular Montego Bay Hip Strip, located along Jimmy Cliff Boulevard (formerly Gloucestershire...

Meet Keziah Johnson, Hopewell’s centenarian

Born on May 9, 1921 in the community of Cold Spring, Hanover, Keziah Johnson is celebrating a wonderful milestone in her life, reaching the...

Top Teachers honoured

The usual festivities surrounding Teacher’s Day may have been put off this year due to limitations surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, but that certainly did...

M & M ASSIST COVID-19 RELIEF EFFORTS

Construction giant M &M Jamaica Ltd. has donated much-needed masks to frontline healthcare workers at the Black River Hospital as well as care packages...

Public Health Inspectors urged to take care of themselves

Director of the Environmental Health Unit in the Ministry of Health and Wellness, Everton Baker, is encouraging public health inspectors to safeguard their well-being,...

See Better. Learn Better: Principals’ Perspectives

This week, the Western Mirror caught up with some of the schools who have been a part of the See Better. Learn Better programme,...

Four blind women, one act of Kindness

Last year, a family in Crowder district, Westmoreland, was thrust into the national spotlight after a mysterious phenomenon saw a mother and her three daughters all losing their sights. Despite the national attention, the family was still left to fend for itself in heartbreaking fashion, stumbling their way through their new realities, until last Thursday, July 25.

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