6 Things You Need To Know Today : March 19, 2013

  1. ‘Lock Him Away!’ – Corporate Area Businessman Heads To Court; Cops Hope He Will Remain Behind Bars. The Corporate Area businessman arrested by the police last week in connection with several major crimes is to appear in court today, and the police are hoping that he will not be granted bail...read more at Jamaica.Gleaner.com
  2. The Champs Celebrate. With deafening horns, flags, and even a three-man drum squad, 61 Red Hills Road was transformed into ‘Champs Central’ as Calabar High School celebrated its 23rd hold on the Mortimer Geddes Trophy after last weekend’s ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Championships...read more at Jamaica.Gleaner.com
  3. Cash Plus Boss Arrested After Being Freed. The fraud trial of former Cash Plus boss Carlos Hill took a dramatic turn yesterday when Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Paula Llewellyn stopped the trial, which began last week Monday…read more at Jamaica.Gleaner.com
  4. Third Time’s The Charm – Large Celebration For Dennis Brown On Waterfront. Had they been committed by the top-two teams in another arena, the number of false starts to this year’s Dennis Brown tribute concert would have been enough to change the results of Girls’ Champs 2013…read more at Jamaica.Gleaner.com
  5. Very Special Holmwood Win. It was sheer pandemonium at Holmwood Technical High School yesterday as the institution, based in Christiana, Manchester, celebrated their victory at the 2013 ISSA GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships…read more at Jamaica.Gleaner.com
  6. Concert To Raise Funds For Mary Seacole Statue. A CHARITY is h hosting a concert to raise funds for a statue commemorating the work of nursing icon Mary Seacole later this month. The Mary Seacole Memorial Statue Appeal…read more at Jamaica.Gleaner.com