MIAMI – Georgie Carter-Krell has devoted her life to sharing her son's legacy as a true American hero. He was killed in action during the Vietnam War at age of 19. She has kept his memory alive for more than 50 years with her thousands of hours volunteering on behalf of veterans and their mothers. This morning, Miami-Dade County Commission Chairman Jose “Pepe” Diaz, joined by fellow commissioners and the Mayor, presented her with a proclamation recognizing her selfless and remarkable journey.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – The Trinidad and Tobago government Monday outlined plans to provide financial support to persons affected by the clampdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) as health authorities said at least one million people here needed to be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity from COVID-19.
Plantation, Fla. : On June 6, 2021, Island SPACE Caribbean Museum will host its inaugural celebration and fundraiser, Magic at the Museum. A fusion of Caribbean talent, celebrity and storytelling will demonstrate to online and in-person attendees how Island SPACE truly reflects its slogan, “a place where Caribbean cultures unite.”
KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – The St. Vincent and the Grenadines government says farmers, as well as other people, employed in the volcano Red Zone will get income support of either EC$500 or EC$400 (One EC dollar=US$0.37 cents) per month for the rest of the year to help cope with loss of income as a result of the eruption of La Soufriere.
NEW YORK, NY– A former Barbados government minister, Donville Innis, was sentenced to two years in jail on Tuesday after he was found guilty by a federal jury in January last year for his role in a scheme to launder bribes paid to him by executives of the Insurance Corporation of Barbados Limited (ICBL).