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Jamaica

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Top Jamaica Articles

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  • Noelle Nikpour: Moderates attempting to make a comeback

    In the remote, limestone shores of Hellshire Hills, far from the tourist town of Kingston, Jamaica, lives the Jamaican iguana. The scaly reptiles once were common in that nation, but, unable to compete with the imported Indian mongoose, their numbers...
  • Ayana Nadira, Norwalk

    Ayana Nadira, Norwalk
    How would you describe your fashion style? Getting dressed is one of my favorite things to do! My clothing choices are versatile and free-spirited, all determined by my mood what I would like to project as well as the occasion. I have a hard time...
  • New York-area airports grapple with snowy owl threat

    NEW YORK — First terrapin turtles. Now snowy owls. Humans are not the only species flocking to airports this holiday season. At least five times in the last two weeks, airliners at John F. Kennedy, LaGuardia and Newark Liberty airports have been...
  • Miramar's Alexandra Davis to run against Barbara Sharief for Broward Commission seat

    Miramar's Alexandra Davis to run against Barbara Sharief for Broward Commission seat
    Updated with Sharief response | 1:05 p.m. Nov. 8 Original post | Nov. 7 Broward Vice Mayor Barbara Sharief will have at least one challenger for her Broward County Commission seat in next year’s election: Miramar Vice Mayor Alexandra Davis....
  • 'The Voice' recap: The Top 8 hit their sweet spots

    The Top 8 singers on "The Voice" gave us a lot to love on Monday night. In addition to elaborately staging (Choreography! Exciting lighting! Fleets of backup dancers! Sprawling backing bands!), the evening's performances provided bursts of impressive...
  • 3,300 warheads, missile machinery found at Jamaican port

    Jamaican authorities have seized 3,300 warheads and a missile-making machine at the port of Kingston and sought help from international police in tracking the shipper, Jamaican media reported Friday. The unauthorized arms shipment was discovered...
  • Gymnast Toni-Ann Williams' career is on the upswing

    Gymnast Toni-Ann Williams' career is on the upswing
    Toni-Ann Williams, her hands and legs covered in chalk, stands still in the far left corner of the gym amid the buzz of children talking and coaches instructing at United Gymnastix in Reisterstown. She jumps to grab the higher of the uneven bars and in...
  • 2-2. Honduras se clasifica con el colombiano Suárez al Mundial de Brasil

    2-2. Honduras se clasifica con el colombiano Suárez al Mundial de Brasil
    Honduras se clasificó hoy al Mundial de Brasil 2014 al empatar 2-2 en Kingston con Jamaica en un partido en el que a los pupilos del colombiano Luis Fernando Suárez les bastaba un punto para lograr su objetivo. La de Brasil será la tercera participación...
  • JetBlue eyeing more new routes from Lauderdale airport

    JetBlue Airways is aiming to add more routes from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport as part of its goal to grow its presence from 65 daily flights to 100 flights, CEO Dave Barger told the Sun Sentinel Thursday before speaking at an event...
  • U.S. sprinter Tyson Gay tests positive for banned substance

    U.S. sprinter Tyson Gay tests positive for banned substance
    Just weeks before the world championships in Moscow, the sport of track and field has suffered a major blow with three marquee sprinters testing positive for banned substances. American 100-meter record holder Tyson Gay and Jamaica's Asafa Powell and...
  • Former Coppin track star survives shooting, excels again

    Former Coppin track star survives shooting, excels again
    Dale Dunn strode into Kevin Ondrasek's office at the University of Southern Mississippi with an air of determination. A graduate student with one more year of NCAA eligibility, Dunn told the first-year assistant track coach he had unfinished business....