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Jamaica Hits 1.7 Million Visitor Mark, Aiming for 5 Million by 2025

By Jamaica has welcomed 1.7 million visitors in the first five months of the year. The island saw 1,016,185 stopover arrivals and over 700,000 cruise passengers by May 5 and 7, earning about US$1.8 billion in revenue. This marks a 4.6 percent rise in stopover arrivals and a 23 […]


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Patricia Affonso-Dass Named Caribbean Hotelier of the Year

Patricia Affonso-Dass (center) with Barbados Minister of Tourism Ian Gooding-Edghill and Renée Coppin, Chairman of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association, in Montego Bay today. MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (May 20, 2024) – Patricia Affonso-Dass, Group General Manager of Ocean Hotels Group in Barbados, is the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association’s […]

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How to Find the Perfect Immigration Lawyer

By Pearl Phillip In a world where borders are becoming increasingly porous, immigration has become a critical aspect of modern life. Whether you’re seeking refuge from persecution, pursuing better economic opportunities, or reuniting with loved ones, navigating the complex legal landscape […]


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NYC Comptroller Lander, Mayor Adams, Public Advocate Williams, NYCERS Pension Trustees, and Partners Celebrate $60 Million Investment in Loan Portfolio That Will Preserve Nearly 35,000 Rental Units

Editorial credit: Ron Adar / By Comptroller Press Office New York, NY – New York City Comptroller Brad Lander, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, and trustees of the New York City Employees’ Retirement System (NYCERS) today announced an investment of up to $60 million to preserve rent-stabilized housing units impacted […]


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COVID Emergency Food Distributor Overbilled City by Millions, Comptroller Finds

People dealing with food insecurity received fresh produce and bread at the Woodbine community space in Ridgewood, March 23, 2022. Credit: Ben Fractenberg/THE CITY By Katie Honan A food distribution company tasked with providing food to needy New Yorkers during the pandemic overbilled and overcharged the city by more than $9 million, according to an audit released Wednesday by the comptroller’s office. Driscoll Foods, also known as Metropolitan Foods, first contracted with the Department of Social Services in July 2020 on an emergency basis to spend around $45 million a year providing fresh produce and other food to thousands of New Yorkers who needed assistance. The […]


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Create a Family-Friendly Grazing Board

(Family Features) A beautifully designed charcuterie board may feel more like a grown-up treat, but with the right ingredients, delicious grazing boards can provide fun and nutrition for the whole family. No matter what you call it, charcuterie boards, grazing boards and snack platters are all basically the same thing. […]

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