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Rotary Club of St. John Presents a New Scholarship and Welcomes...

With relatives and friends looking on, a 17-year-old student accepted a scholarship check from St. John Rotary. Keziah Liburd accepted the award from a...

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...

Long Term Recovery Team Outlines Progress on St. John

Initiatives for boats, bats, and beach debris were some of the topics presented at the St. John Long Term Recovery Team’s monthly meeting held...

NPS Announces Removal of Displaced Vessels from Hurricane Hole, Leinster Bay,...

Virgin Islands National Park announces the removal of approximately 50 displaced vessels from Hurricane Hole, Leinster Bay, Mary Creek and Hassel Island beginning August...

July 26: 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...

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”...

STJ Residents Invited to Make and View Masks

St. John residents have two more opportunities to let their creativity flow in the company of fellow community members as they participate in an...

Summer’s End Launches Foundation for Aid to St. John

The proponents of a controversial marina project have started a foundation to assist people who live on St. John. Chaliese Summers, managing partner of Summer’s...

Bajo El Sol Gallery Continues Mask Making Workshops

Bajo El Sol Gallery continues its "Mask Making as a Tool for Community Expression and Healing in the Aftermath" through the end of July...

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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