Miramar, FL–Miramar City Manager, Vernon Hargray on Tuesday issued an Order requiring all individuals to wear a nose and mouth covering in public. This includes all employees and customers of grocery stores, hardware stores, pharmacies and restaurants. All individuals providing delivery services are also required to wear a form of covering over their noses and mouths while making deliveries.
The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), an agency of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport celebrated the 63rd anniversary of the birth of the late Reggae singerDennis Emmanuel Brown, CDon Saturday, February 1, with a cultural gathering at his resting place at the National Heroes Park in Kingston.
NEW YORK – Immigrant rights advocates in New York have filed the first United States federal lawsuit seeking to jointly block three interrelated “public charge” rules promulgated by the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump administration against Caribbean and other immigrants.
HAMILTON, Bermuda – A Bermudian man remained in a Florida jail up to late last month after he was charged with killing his mother as he celebrated his 28th birthday with his parents. Police said he had intended to shoot his father.
MIAMI-DADE – The Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners today (Feb. 4) passed legislation directing the County Attorney to evaluate legal options to bring claims against manufacturers of certain chemicals known as PFAS, which are pervasive in our environment and were used in common household products and industrial fire suppressants.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – The United States has told Trinidad and Tobago nationals with expunged drug convictions they may not necessarily be granted a visa to visit the North American country.