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Jamaica at Level 2 on United States Travel Advisory Scale

Jamaica News, January 11, 2018  United States (McKoy’s news) – United States Travel Advisory Scale: Jamaica was yesterday classified as ‘Level 2’ on the United States travel advisory scale, which warns Americans to “exercise increased caution” when visiting the island due to the country’s high crime rate. Specific zones in Kingston, Spanish Town, and St James were singled out as... Read More
Lucea Flooded Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Western Jamaica News 

Lucea Flooded

Lucea, Hanover (McKoy’s News)- Lucea Flooded: Today September 18, 2017, was an unforgettable day in Lucea, Hanover for residents after the great amount of rain that fell. Residents experienced severe flooding. The water was so high that residents were fearful of attempting to cross it. Since recently, there have been two reported incidents in which flood waters either resulted in death or... Read More
Elderly Man Swept Away In Sandy Gully Found Dead Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News 

Elderly Man Swept Away In Sandy Gully Found Dead

St Andrew, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Elderly Man Swept Away: An elderly man, identified as George Marshall, who was reportedly swept away by flood waters in the Sandy Gully in St Andrew yesterday afternoon, has been found dead. The man’s body was found in the gully this morning. Last week was 12-yr-old Renaldo Reynolds, who is a student of Jones Town... Read More
Tremayne Brown, Trench Town Hero Featured News Jamaica Headline News Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Latest News 

Tremayne Brown, Trench Town Hero

Kingston, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Tremayne Brown, Trench Town Hero: 12-yr-old Renaldo Reynolds was on his way home from Jones Town Primary School during heavy rains last Friday, when he was encouraged by a group of older boys in the vicinity of Seventh Street to jump into a gully on Collie Smith Drive. “I put one foot in the water.... Read More
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