Maxi Priest Headlines Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival
Last Updated on Jul 31 2014

Maxi Priest Headlines Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival

Over 15,000 people attended the Grace Jamaican Jerk festival in New York City where hot seasonings and cool rhythms were the flavors of the day. The 4th annual event, which featured the popular Jamaican jerk cuisine, a live cook-off, live music,...
Independence Message from the Consul General Of Jamaica
Last Updated on Jul 31 2014

Independence Message from the Consul General Of Jamaica

Once again, Jamaicans at home and across the world will celebrate that signal moment in our history when we gained our independence from Great Britain. Of course, many persons who fought for and observed that glorious transition on August 6, 1962,...
Consulate Opens Condolence Book For Sir Howard Cooke
Last Updated on Jul 30 2014

Consulate Opens Condolence Book For Sir Howard Cooke

Public invited to sign A Condolence Book for former Governor General of Jamaica, the Most Hon. Sir Howard Felix Hanlan Cooke, opens tomorrow Tuesday (July 29), through Friday (Aug. 1), between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., at the Consulate General of...
Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival
Last Updated on Jul 25 2014

Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival

Over 15,000 patrons - some coming from as far as South Florida and even Toronto, Canada - made the trek to Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, NY last Sunday July 20 to savor the dazzling array of treats that the fourth annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival...
Turks And Caicos-based Attorney Pleads Guilty To Money Laundering
Last Updated on Jul 16 2014

Turks And Caicos-based Attorney Pleads Guilty To Money Laundering

A Canadian-born attorney with a law firm based in the Turks and Caicos is the latest person to plead guilty to conspiring to launder money in the Caribbean, the Justice Department and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have announced. Patrick Poulin,...

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MIA Passenger Traffic Up 1.7

At the midpoint of 2014, passenger traffic at Miami International Airport was up 1.74

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San Antonio Scorpions Stays Top of

The Race for The Championship Heats Up With Carolina Victory and Tampa Defeat

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