Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Bolt returns to Ostrava in May for 100m

Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt will run the 100 metres
PRAGUE, Czech Republic (AFP) — Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt will run the 100 metres at the Golden Spike meet in
the eastern Czech city of Ostrava on May 20, the event's organisers said Tuesday.
This will be Bolt's second race in the run-up to the Rio read more

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Bogdanovich’s DSR buys Reggae Sumfest

CEO of DownSound Records (DSR) acquired reggae sumfest
JOE Bogdanovich, CEO of DownSound Records (DSR) has announced his company’s acquisition of the major Jamaican summer music festival brand, Reggae Sumfest.

Although the deal was done about three weeks ago in Kingston, a public confirmation of the deal was only made Monday by Bogdonavich

Friday, April 22, 2016

Bolt among top athletes on Time’s ‘most influential’ list

Olympic athlete UsainBolt attends Hublot's celebration of its grand opening of Hublot fifth ave

New York, United States (AFP) — Sports figures including Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt and NBA Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry pepper Time magazine’s 2016 “100 Most Influential People” list published


Thursday, April 21, 2016

Donald Sterling says Jews help their own, but successful African Americans do not

Donald Sterling got into a bit of trouble recently with some controversial remarks about the African American community.  Most notably was his demand that his girlfriend, V. Stiviano

Monday, April 18, 2016

Yohan Blake elated after world-leading run in Jamaica

Yohan Blake, the joint second fastest man ever, praised God, thanked his coach and friends who stood by him for his return to world-beating form which saw him sizzle to 9.95 seconds at the MVP Classic inside the National Stadium, Saturday night.
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Blake, who was considered down with hamstring injury over a two-year period, proved not to be out. The 2011 IAAF World Champion and 2012 London Olympics double silver medallist lit up a small National Stadium crowd in his first 100-metre race of the season.Read More

Friday, March 18, 2016


The people of St Ann and of the North Coast in general, including motorists from Montego Bay, are facing proposed toll charges that are excessive, even compared to the toll on the orginal east-west Highway 2000.
As the toll proposal stand, if you intend to use the
full length of the highway from Mammee Bay to Caymanas, you will be required to pay ONE WAY $1,220 if you drive a typical motorcar or small SUV, so called class one vehicle. If you drive a large SUV and some of the higher pick-ups, small truck or small minibus you will pay $2,450 and if you drive a truck or bus you will pay $3,700. All those are one way.
So if you work in Kingston and drive back and forth five days a week using your car the cost per week would be $12,200 for the total if the rates remain as proposed. If you drive a larger size SUV or pick up, your cost for using the toll would be $24,500 a week. None of that includes fuel or other costs involved in using a vehicle
We at the North Coast Times want to hear your views about the proposed toll rates. Send to our facebook page or at instagram or whatsapp at 835-5486 or email to
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