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SJSA to Continue Sis Frank Concert Series

“Let the music play!” St. John School of the Arts (SJSA) is excited to announce its 2018 Sis Frank Concert Series. After the hurricanes, it...

St. John Celebrates MLK Day in Spirit and Song

In the fiftieth anniversary year of his death, Martin Luther King’s message of peace through activism echoed throughout Frank Powell Park in Cruz Bay,...

Pickles in Paradise to Reopen Under New Management

Beverly Melius, the owner of Pickles in Paradise, is hanging up her apron and handing over the keys to the popular restaurant and bar...

FEMA Programs Continue to Address Housing Needs

The deadline may have passed for individuals filing for personal disaster assistance, but FEMA programs are continuing in the territory, according to Eric Adams,...

Department of Labor Announces Dislocated Workers Program Job Openings

Several territory-wide jobs are available for individuals who are dislocated from work as a result of the recent storms. These work opportunities are made...

Department of Labor Shares Update on St. John Location

Catherine A. Hendry, Commissioner of the Virgin Islands Department of Labor (VIDOL) would like to inform St. John residents, that effective Wednesday, January 17,...

Where’s Territory’s Debris Plan? WMA Mum on Details

The furor over the prospect of burning hurricane debris has left some environmentalists wondering what happened to the rest of the territory's management plan. According...

FEMA Shares Information on How to Appeal Ineligibility Letter

Virgin Islands resident survivors who received an ineligibility letter from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on disaster assistance, should not give up. It...

VIPA Releases Airports and Ports Hurricane Recovery Plans

The Virgin Islands Port Authority’s (VIPA) goal for the New Year is to restore and rebuild its facilities damaged by hurricanes Irma and Maria...

WAPA Bills Being Received Now Are For Pre-Hurricane Service; Post-Hurricane Service...

As the Virgin Islands Water & Power Authority’s restoration efforts continue, with each island now more than 90% reenergized, WAPA reminded customers on Tuesday...

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