A man was shot and killed on East Street near Gospel Chapel Church yesterday morning, police said.
Authorities responded to gunshots before 2 a.m. and found the victim lying on the ground with several gunshot wounds.
No one was in custody as of yesterday afternoon.
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Minister of Public Service and National Insurance Brensil Rolle yesterday denied a purge occurring in the public service, and suggested that the government has only disengaged workers whose contracts have expired.
Progressive Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell has raised concerns over the recent terminations in the
Since the origin of life on planet Earth 3.5 billion years ago, the natural responses to extreme climate change have been species extinction, adaptation and evolution.
At least 90 percent of all plant and animal life forms, amounting to over five billion species, which ever
Puerto Rico is a territory of the richest and most advanced country in the world, the United States. The high-end Category 4 Hurricane Maria hit the island in September. The head of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said yesterday full restoration of electricity to
The plea for mercy is one of the most ancient prayers in the Judaeo-Christian tradition by penitents seeking and celebrating divine mercy in private prayer and at public worship.
Throughout the Christian Gospels are those hungry and thirsty for mercy: the woman caught in adultery,
More than three months after an eight-year-old boy and a man were shot and killed in Chippingham, police have issued a wanted bulletin for a second suspect in connection with the murders.
Authorities identified the suspect as Perry Pickering, 25, of Dorsette Alley.
The boy, Eugene Woodside
Police have charged two men in connection with the murder of Javan Forbes last week.
Jamaric Green, 31, and Jamal McSweeney, 32, both of Bains Town, are facing non capital murder charges in connection with Forbes’ shooting death on December 8.
According to police, Forbes was in
The extortion and bribery trial of a former manager at the National Insurance Board (NIB) was adjourned yesterday because there was no stenographer.
Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt will set a new date for the trial of Selina Sweeting today.
Prosecutors allege that while working as a manager
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for a man who served as a decoy in a failed armed robbery bid.
Johnny Mackey, who lay in the path of murder victim Joyelle McIntosh’s Toyota Corolla on Parkgate Road in an attempt to force her to stop, was
The University of The Bahamas (UB) has announced the appointment of Tameka Lundy as acting assistant vice president, university relations.
In this capacity, Lundy will have a dedicated focus on the overall strategic marketing and communication initiatives and programs that interpret the mission of the university