With power outages cascading across the territory and the news in the last week – even getting attention on National Public Radio on the mainland – we worry these events might presage a new drive toward privatization of our public utility.
The St. Croix Ballroom & Latin Dance Studio recently opened its doors on Strand Street in downtown Christiansted, and locals and visitors are invited to dust off their dancing shoes and register for a free 30-minute private lesson.
Young USVI sailor Tanner Krygsveld, 14, who led the three days of the 28th International Optimist Regatta, from the opening Friday, finished the way he started, bringing home the win over a field of competitors representing six nations and territories.
The University of the Virgin Islands Board of Trustees on Saturday unanimously approved of two new degree programs for the School of Agriculture in a move to "rebirth" the agriculture program.
The V.I. Police Department on Sunday identified two of the three men who died in a three separate shootings that took place Friday afternoon and night.
Here’s what’s on tap at the V.I. Legislature this week.
Three men were killed and a fourth seriously injured Friday in three separate shootings on St. Thomas, according to the V.I. Police Department.
St. Thomas community groups requested funds were requested from the Virgin Islands Housing Finance Authority’s Community Development Block Grant to finance 11 projects. The proposals were presented Thursday at an online hearing.
While the Governor continues to use his veto pen, there has been no interest from the chief executive in having a discussion with the institution on what his plans are in addressing WAPA.
“We welcome the EPA’s help in this matter, and we welcome the findings and the recommended actions aimed at protecting the community and ensuring a safe restart to refinery operations at Limetree Bay." Bryan said.