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ImageAir Jamaica has announced the continuation of its nonstop service between New York (JFK) and Grenada. The airline's schedule currently offers four weekly flights to Grenada, and starting September 6, 2010 the fall schedule will offer two flights per week to Grenada.
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The Miami skyline was a sight to see last weekend - Aug. 6 through 9th - as the landmark Miami Tower stayed illuminated in the colours of the Jamaican flag – black, green and gold – in commemoration of Jamaica’s 48th anniversary of Independence.
Plenary panel discussion during the Broward County Targeted Industries Study Forum.
The Broward County Office of Economic and Small Business Development (OESBD) invites the local business community to voice their opinion on the 10 industries that Broward County is best positioned to attract. To offer suggestions, visit
www.broward.org/econdev and access the Targeted Industries Study Survey, which closes on Friday, August 13. The industries, as established in the New Targeted Industries Study requested by the Board of County Commissioners, are:
{mosimgae}Brooklyn, NY: The mother of all Caribbean festivals in the United States, the 43rd annual West Indian Carnival Festival 2010 kicked off earlier this week with a successful press reception in Manhattan that was attended by scores of media and VIP guests who gathered to hear important details of this year’s celebration. The Brooklyn-anchored historic event, often described as the largest parade and festival in the United States attracts over 3.5 million participants annually, effectively pulling more people than the entire population of the island of Jamaica.