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No Suspect in Cruz Bay Animal Cruelty Case; Animal Rescue Worker Menaced

Four days after police received a report about suspected animal abuse in Coral Bay, there is little indication that a suspect has been identified. According...

Climate Change in Virgin Islands Gets Renewed Focus

The U.S. Virgin Islands government’s focus on global climate change has been spotty in the 21st century but two intense hurricanes and a federal...

EDC Confusion Puts V.I. Businessman in a Bind

Inner Circle Logistics, owned by local businessman Johann Clendenin, got its Economic Development Commission certificate in 2009, but a nine-year dispute over exemptions meant...

Bryan Names More Transition Members

Governor-elect Albert Bryan has named individuals who will lead 10 transition assessment teams to provide the incoming administration with detailed analyses of the current...

Plaskett Meets with Veterans Orgs

Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett (D-VI) met with the Veterans Affairs Administration and local veterans service organizations in her St. Thomas office Monday. According to...

Yacht Haven Execs Seek EDC Benefits for New St. Thomas Hotel

Yacht Haven Grande executives came before the Economic Development Commission Tuesday, pleading their case for EDC benefits in one of the last stops of...

Limetree Bay Closes $1.25 Billion Loan, Says Refinery Could Restart by End of 2019

Limetree Bay Ventures, announced Nov. 30 that it had closed on $1.25 billion financing to restart its St. Croix refinery, which the company said...

V.I. Heavyweight Laurent Fights Friday in Puerto Rico

V.I. heavyweight boxer Clayton Laurent Jr. will return to the ring Friday when he fights Kenny Cruz Carasquillo Friday in Truillo Alto, Puerto Rico,...

Moorings for Day Charter Boats Would be a First for Magens Bay

A preliminary proposal to place four to eight permanent moorings for the exclusive use of transient and day charter boats in Magens Bay met...

Weapons Seized in Airport Inspection Not Admissible in Upcoming Trial

The seizure of two firearms from mailed packages passing through an international postal facility will not be allowed to be used as evidence in...