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STJ Accommodations Council Discuss Licensing and Direct Flights With Mapp Advisor

Members of the St. John Accommodations Council (SJAC) and guests met with Frankie Johnson, senior policy advisor for the Mapp Administration on August 14....

Love City Car Ferries Announces New Barge

Unless you live on St. John,  it may be hard to believe that a photo taken of a deck of a barge could send...

Clinton, Bloomberg, Expedia Announce Solar Projects on St. Thomas, St. John

In his second visit to the territory following the 2017 hurricanes, former President Bill Clinton toured St. Thomas and St. John Friday to announce...

Smith’s At-Large Loss in Primary Opens Field to Newcomers

The August Primary election dealt an early defeat to freshman Senator-At-Large Brian Smith. Unofficial results from the Aug. 4 vote showed Smith running third...

Tour for Congressional Delegation Highlights Progress on St. John

Work on the temporary modular clinic at the Myrah Keating Smith Community Health Clinic is approaching completion, and officials are looking towards a late...

Lieutenant Governor Potter Announces Modified Hours for St. John Cashier Service

Lieutenant Governor Osbert E. Potter announces that beginning the week of July 30, 2018, the cashier services at the St. John Office of the...

Lt. Governor Potter Encourages Property Owners to Submit Post Hurricane Form...

Lieutenant Governor Osbert E. Potter urges property owners who sustained hurricane damages and are submitting the “Request for Post Hurricane Irma & Maria Information”...

Primary Election Early Voting to Continue Through July 25

Supervisor of Elections Caroline F. Fawkes has announced the successful implementation of Early Voting in both districts. The first day of Early Voting saw...

VIPD Smart Cars Debut at July 4th Parade

CRUZ BAY - Spectators at St. John's 4th of July Parade got a first-hand look at the government's first foray into fuel-efficient cars. Two...

Progress Made in Disposal Operations of Hurricane Debris

Hurricanes Irma and Maria left behind 580,000 cubic yards of debris in the U.S. Virgin Islands, enough to fill 177 Olympic-sized swimming pools. All...

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