This year, over 350 participants will be swimming down St. John’s North Shore beaches from Maho to Cinnamon or Trunk or Hawksnest on Sunday, May 29 in the 19th Power Swim event.
The last Project Homeless Connect event was held in 2015 and successfully served 217 persons on St. Thomas, 185 on St. Croix and 38 on St. John. Volunteers from government and community-based agencies have participated in the planning and will come together to support this year’s three-event effort.
This year’s Older Americans Month celebration’s theme, “Age My Way,” is a reminder that older adults remain in and continue to be involved in the communities and the Virgin Islands.
The Nature Conservancy is celebrating the grand opening of its U.S. Virgin Islands Coral Innovation Hub, a new laboratory dedicated to advancing coral science in the Caribbean and across the planet.
This was a three-day, seven-round Swiss style chess event, providing 14 hours of chess competition.
McKenzie formally launched the scholarship in 2021, alongside his sons, Drew and Scott McKenzie. The scholarship amount offered will range from $500 to $2,500.
The Public Session will be held from 12:30-3 p.m. (Registration Required).
Keeping with its tradition, the Ruby Rutnik Scholarship Fund announced on April 9 – Ruby’s birthday – that it is once again accepting scholarship applications for the upcoming school year.
The newly elected members bring a wealth of experience and a deep dedication to sustainability and the territory to their positions.
Far from the postcard palm trees of St. Croix, Russian soldiers walk two-by-two through the streets of Yulia Ivanova’s hometown, shooting at anyone protesting or wearing the yellow and blue national colors.