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V.I. Judicial Branch Extends Modified Court Operations

The Office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court and the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court shall remain open for the acceptance of pro se or other emergency filings.
BIR Director nominee Joel Lee testifies before the Senate Rules and Judiciary Committee on Thursday. (Barry Leerdam photo for USVI Legislature)

BIR Updates Public on Status of Second Stimulus Payment

The second stimulus checks will be in the amount of $600 per taxpayer and $600 per dependent who are age 16 or younger.

Reporter’s Notebook: A Not-Very-Close Encounter with Joe Biden

It was either the last Sunday of 2008 or New Year's Day 2009. Either way, it was between the election of President Barak Obama and Vice President Joe Biden and their inauguration. It was also a holy day.
The Aedes aegypti mosquito can carry the Zika or the dengue virus. (Yale University School of Public Health photo)

V.I. Department of Health Vector Control Program Launches Mosquitoes in Cisterns Survey

The information gathered will help the Department of Health Vector Control Program make decisions about mosquito control in the future.
A Virgin Islands Police Department vehicle sits parked in front of the V.I.P.D. (Source file photo by Bethaney Lee)

STJ Woman Charged with Domestic False Imprisonment

Police on Monday arrested 63-year-old Carmen H. Martie of Estate Pastory and charged her with false imprisonment/domestic violence.

Tourism Announces ‘2020 USVI Is LIT! Holiday Lighting Contest’ Winners

The contest was intended to make the holiday season brighter for Virgin Islanders by awarding cash prizes on each island for the most creative and innovative holiday lights.

V.I. Medicaid Supervisor Charged With Embezzling Medicaid Funds

V.I. Department of Justice special agents arrested Kathleen Gussie, on Jan. 15, charging her with several counts of Medicaid Program fraud.

MLK: Where Do We Go from Here; Chaos or Community?

This year the Source cannot escape marking the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birth with the farsightedness of his final book, finished on a four-week retreat to Jamaica in 1966 – 55 years ago – and published in June 1967.

Small Clinic Takes Lead in STJ’s COVID Vaccination Effort

Island Health & Wellness Center, which opened in 2017, has taken on the task of providing COVID-19 vaccinations to the estimated 5,000 residents of St. John.

V.I. Guard Members Arrive in Washington D.C. for Inauguration

Members of the Virgin Islands National Guard arrived in the Washington, D.C., area Saturday to support federal and district authorities leading up to the 59th presidential inauguration, which will take place on Wednesday.