Winston Nugent has written a poem dedicated to all the young black men who died from gun violence.
The Virgin Islands Bureau of Corrections responds to the payroll issues raised by correctional officers and other employees.
The St. Thomas and St. John Chamber of Commerce praises Governor Bryan and Delegate to Congress Plaskett for leading the Virgin Islands through the present pandemic. It agrees with the governor must now look to diversification of the V.I. economy.
Mary L. Moorhead praises the appointment of Stephanie Berry, a person of great experience, to be the new executive director of the Virgin Islands Board of Education.
A group of St. Croix environmental organizations have written EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan a letter of concern about the emissions and other problems at Limetree Bay Refinery. They are asking for an investigation.
Christopher Jones comments on a new medical problem caused by common folk attempting to emulate their social media idols on the beach.
The Citizens Harmony & Reforms Movement (CHARM) protests the recent court decision to reduce GERS pension funds owed by the Government of the Virgin Islands from $68 million to $25 million.
No one argues against a company’s right to be profitable and to get rich – even very rich. We do argue against its right to get astronomically rich when the only way it can do so is at the expense of the health of the people around it along with the sea, land and animals.
Brianne Beatty gives many reasons why The Bebop floating lounge and restaurant project is an important and worthwhile addition to the Virgin Islands economy.
Anthony D. Thomas, chairman of the WAPA Governing Board, thanked Lawrence Kupfer and Clinton T. Hedrington Jr. for their years of service to the V.I. Water and Power Authority.