The survey focuses on emergency sheltering options during a pandemic event, such as the current COVID-19 situation. The 10-minute survey, comprised of 55 questions, will be distributed via social media and on the VITEMA website in three languages.
There is less than a week of early voting remaining, and voters are encouraged to cast their ballots in a timely manner.
The Virgin Islands community and a host of government and civic leaders are paying tribute to Austin “Babe” Monsanto, who died on Oct. 14 at the age of 94.
Effective the week of Oct. 26, DOL has added to its mission for FY2021 to be more customer-centric. This includes the following.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. asked for Finance Commissioner Kirk Callwood's resignation and Callwood complied on Monday, apparently over unauthorized stipends paid to staff. He tapped Assistant Finance Commissioner Clarina Modeste to fill the job in an acting capacity.
The 2020 Census USVI teams have begun the field follow-up phase of its operations. This phase serves as a quality check to ensure all households have been counted.
Two men assaulted a couple in Cruz Bay Sunday night and sent the male victim to the Myrah Keating-Smith Clinic for treatment of an injury, the V.I. Police Department reported.
With flu season around the corner, the Department of Health has published its influenza vaccine schedule, which Commissioner Justa Encarnacion said Monday could also help residents better fight other viruses.
A recent burglary at the Juanita Gardine K-8 School did not result in the loss of any of the 1,000 new Chromebooks delivered on Oct. 1 for students’ use this school year.
For the last year, a group of poets belonging to the group Rhyme & Lime have come together to share their passion during events at Bajo El Sol Art Gallery in Cruz Bay, St. John. Oct. 31 will mark the group's one-year anniversary.