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SJCF Monthly St. John Recovery Team CommUNITY Meeting

The St. John Recovery Team and its related Work Groups and Task Forces meet monthly to provide a CommUNITY Update on recovery progress in...

Recovery Planners Want to Hear From St. John

The St. John Long Term Recovery Team, in conjunction with FEMA’s National Disaster Recovery Support effort on St. John, wants to get input from...

Friends VINP Announce the Reopening of Francis Bay Walking Trail

Friends of Virgin Islands National Park is pleased to announce the reopening of the Francis Bay Walking Trail, which had been heavily damaged during Hurricanes...

Town Meeting Peppers Governor with Questions about STJ Future

A large, sometimes restless crowd focused on the future of St. John Tuesday night, with special concern for the Julius E. Sprauve School, when...

St. John Town Hall Hosted by Governor Mapp

Gov. Kenneth E. Mapp invited and encourages St. John residents to share their ideas and concerns and hear from local officials about the recovery...

LCCN Bringing Latest Technology to STJ Hurricane Preparedness Fair

Hurricane Season officially starts in two weeks, and Love City Community Network (LCCN) is doing everything they can to harden their emergency network and...

“Love City Rise Up” Song Will Raise Funds for St. John...

Hurricane Irma was no picnic for people who were on St. John during the storm or its aftermath. It wasn’t much fun either for...

Governor to Host St. John Town Hall Scheduled for May 15

Gov. Kenneth E. Mapp invited and encourages St. John residents to share their ideas and concerns and hear from local officials about the recovery...

St. John Farmers Disappointed by Missed Mulch

Josephine Roller of the Coral Bay Garden Center gets choked up when she talks about the piles of vegetative debris on the Coral Bay...

Public Works Digs Into Debris Mystery

Where Kings Hill Road meets Route 107, the trash piles up like a wall. Despite the efforts of haulers and the government, the pile...