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V.I. Takes Precautions Against Coronavirus COVID-19

Epidemiologist Esther Ellis (File photo) So far there is no sign that the quickly spreading Coronavirus COVID-19 has reached the Virgin Islands, but Health and...

Some Cheeky Women Stirred the Pot, and It Still Simmers

LWV president Gwen Moolenaar, left, conducts televised candidate interviews with Tregenza Roach, Wilma Marsh Monsanto and Albert Richardson. (Photo provided) Now celebrating its centennial, the...

V.I. Lottery’s New Digital Draw System is the First of Many...

A sheet of V.I. Lottery tickets for the upcoming March 5 drawing that boasts a $175,000 grand prize. (From V.I. Lottery Facebook Page) The V.I....

Delays May Be Over at STT Airport and Blyden Marine Terminal

Cyril E. King Airport. (Source file photo) After two weeks of long lines for travelers at the Cyril E. King Airport and the Edward W....

19 St. Croix Dogs and Cats Spayed for Free as Part...

Sunshine Foundation co-founders Dr. Stacia Jung and Anna Loizeaux Beall prepare to neuter Rubble, a canine client. (Photo provided by the Sunshine Foundation) There are...

Artists or Artisans? Coral Bay Siblings Show Their Work

Avelino Samuel, center, and Karen Samuel, right, pose with their sister Coreen in front of a quilt made by Karen. (Photo submitted by the...

Bryan Vetoes Proposed Rules on Government Credit Cards

Legislature Building on St. Thomas. Gov. Albert Bryan took action on a pile of recent legislation this week, approving much of it but vetoing several...

St. John’s 8 Tuff Miles Road Race Saturday Morning

Participants in the 2017 8 Tuff Miles near finish line (File photo by Gary Metz) If you’re driving between Cruz Bay and Coral Bay Saturday...

VIPA Reports Continued Restoration Progress

The Virgin Islands Port Authority recently shared the following updates in progress being made to the US Virgin Islands’ air and seaports since the...

Virgin Islands Historian Professor Arnold R. Highfield Releases New Book

Recently, it became apparent to Virgin Islands historian Professor Arnold R. Highfield that his research databases contained thousands of records that would never be...