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WAPA Hurricane Restoration Update – Nov. 30

Additional manpower and shipments of materials and supplies are on island to augment WAPA’s restoration efforts in both districts. ELECTRIC SYSTEM On St. Thomas Thursday, additional customers...

U.S. Virgin Islands Hurricane-Displaced Vessel Deadline Quickly Approaching

CHARLOTTE AMALIE, U.S. Virgin Islands — The Friday deadline is rapidly approaching for vessel owners to declare their intent for hurricane-displaced vessels, and with more than 220 vessels...

WAPA Publishes Two-Week Electrical Restoration Schedule; Projects 90% Restoration By Christmas

On Monday, Nov. 27, the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority (WAPA) published an electrical restoration schedule for the next two weeks detailing areas...

WAPA Hurricane Restoration Update – Nov. 27

As restoration work continued in both districts over the weekend and on Monday, more than 20,500 customers in the territory have been restored. The total...

FEMA Shares Latest Updates & Clears Up Misinformation

FEMA shared the following updates over the weekend: Survivors can register for FEMA assistance by going on-line to www.disasterassistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621-3362 for voice, 711, or Video Relay Service. Survivors who...

A Day of Thanks on St. John

Minutes before three o'clock and already the Franklin Powell Park in Cruz Bay was bustling. Residents were buzzing around, setting up tables and chairs...

Hurricane Recovery Fundraiser Keeps SJSA Alive for St. John Kids

Two category five hurricanes, lost equipment, damaged buildings and a burning desire to help the St. John community. This was the challenge that Kim...

WAPA Hurricane Restoration Update – Nov. 22

Speaking at a news conference hosted by Acting Governor Osbert Potter on Wednesday, Executive Director Julio Rhymer, Sr. thanked WAPA’s employees, along with the...

St. John CommUNITY Update – 11/22/17

This update is brought to St. Johnians by Love City Strong (LCS), St. John Community Foundation, Coral Bay Community Council, St John Rescue, Virgin Islands Relief Fund, National Voluntary Organizations Active...

A Sign of Recovery – Power Returning to the U.S. Virgin Islands

Virgin Islanders are beginning to see the light. As power returns to neighborhoods throughout the territory, street and traffic lights are becoming a familiar...