NWC customers living in Old Harbour Bay and New Harbour Village I, II and III will receive water on August 29 and 31 during the same specified period. The company apologies to its customers for the inconvenienced caused.
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“Although the remnants of Harvey is forecast to pass south of Jamaica, the island is expected to experience cloudy conditions with showers and thunderstorms today and tomorrow. Windy conditions are also expected across southern parishes. “Marine interests, especially small craft operators are advised to exercise extreme caution as the remnants of Harvey traverse the waters south of Jamaica.” Meanwhile, the US-based Weather Channel says Harvey could possibly regenerate this week. “The remnants of former Tropical Storm Harvey will continue to track westward through the Caribbean Sea and possibly into the Bay of Campeche where a regeneration of the system could occur this week. “What is left of Harvey is a cluster of shower and thunderstorm activity to the south of Jamaica which has become more concentrated as of Sunday afternoon. A Hurricane Hunter aircraft is scheduled to investigate the remnants of Harvey on Sunday afternoon, if necessary,” the cable and satellite television channel has reported.
“It’s hard to accept that my brother is really gone. I will no longer have my brother around.” Bryan had mental challenges admitted ‘Uncle Roy’ a well known taxi operator who lives in the community, but was nonetheless a wonderful human being. “He’s not a person who trouble any body,” he exclaimed. “Knowing how him stay I just couldn’t believe what mi a hear, because mi si him as the last person fi a man attack or really kill. “Yes, his mind is sort of unstable in a way, but him is no mad man. When I first know him, he was a ‘face boy’ before him get to that state you now si him in. "He doesn’t go on people’s property and steal things. He’s not like that. If you have animals, he will go cut grass and come sell you. And from that money he will buy his Gleaner and Star every day. “He’s a very peaceful gentleman. If you get to know him he’s a nice gentleman who can reason very well. He knows his vocabulary very good. Who kill him a dem a mad man.” Meantime the police are urging anyone with any information that could help them solve this crime to come forward.
The incident occurred sometime between 10: 00 pm and 11:00 pm, while several persons were lyming at a popular location in the Square when two armed men walked towards the group and opened fire before escaping along Spring Village main road. Several businesses that were open at the time immediately closed while the police were called in and the scene processed. Investigation continues.
At their turn at bat, the Portmore champions and wild card entrant were off to a decent start with openers Rushane Bird (41) and Junior Stewart (39) posting 67 for the first wicket. The departure of Bird saw Jermaine Gordon (37) teaming up with Stewart and together the pair compiled 34 for the second wicket. But their departures, due to excellent bowling from Old Harbour, stifled the flow of runs, as they were restricted to 163 for seven when the overs ran out. Downer’s all round ability, once again shun, as he bagged two for 17, while Derron Royal grabbed two for 40. Meanwhile, Junction/Bull Savannah, champions of 2013 as well, confined Heartease to 117 for eight from 20 overs, before racing to 120 for three with some five overs to spare. Old Harbour will be seeking to exact revenge against Junction after coming out on the losing end when both teams meat in last year’s semi-finals. The final is set for 27th August at Naranda Bauxite in Discovery Bay, St Ann.
That might have been the initial plan of the gunmen until Fogah came into the picture, an investigator told Old Harbour News. A motive is yet to be established, the investigator told OH News, but the Old Harbour CIB will continue to investigate the matter. And news of Dj Logo’s death has sent shockwaves throughout Old Harbour and beyond. Several friends of the DJ have written on his Facebook page, calling him a “very humble” person, most undeserving of such an evil act.
can’t swim,” said an officer, speaking on condition of anonymity. “So the autopsy will give us some definite clue what transpired out at sea involving these men.” Optimism of finding them alive was now fading but the men continue to search nonetheless. The search team decided to expand their exploration westerly towards Clarendon where the bodies were spotted. An arm was missing from one of the bodies, attributed to the state of decomposition, Old Harbour News was told. The bodies were removed from the waters and brought to shore, while the police’s scene of crime unit was called in for general processing before the corpses were taken to the morgue for storage. Speculations regarding what may have caused their death are now rife in the community, but the autopsy report should tell us more in the coming days. Investigation is ongoing.
Old Harbour News has seen images of the battered JP, who has served her community with great pride for decades, but the photos are too graphic to publish. Her condition at the time was considered serious but stable. Since then the senior citizen’s condition is improving and her anticipated release from hospital should happen in a few days from now. News of Bailey’s ordeal sent shockwaves throughout the community, greater Old Harbour and also colleagues of the Justice of the Peace alliance. But news of her pending recovery should also bring about a sigh of relief.