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Marine Terminal Parking Garage to Close 2nd Floor Nov. 14 and 15

Urman Fredericks Marine Terminal The second floor of the Urman Fredericks Marine Terminal’s parking garage will be closed on Nov. 14 and Nov. 15. The...
Bovoni Landfill on St. Thomas. (Source file photo)

Feds Pony Up $10 Million For V.I. Waste Diversion

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Associate Deputy Administrator Doug Benevento and Region 2 Administrator Pete Lopez wrapped up a visit with Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. and other senior officials Tuesday as the territory was awarded $10 million for waste diversion work. 

Álvaro de Marichalar Tours World by Water Scooter, Stops on STX

De Marichalar visits the St. Croix Yacht Club in January and presents Commodore Morgan Dale the Gustavia Yacht Club plaque. (Photo provided by Alvaro...

Getting To Know Your Virgin Island Lizards

Crested anoles are curious and not shy. (Source photo by Gail Karlsson) During the Virgin Islands ‘safer at home’ phase, I have found myself engaging...
Voters go to the polls in 2018. (Source file photo)

Suspension of Early Voting in STT STJ Continues; STX Early Voting Is Ongoing

The Department of Health is providing guidance on the reopening of facilities in the St. Thomas-St. John District.

Lacking Final Bill, Lawmakers Hear Testimony on UVI’s Free-Tuition Policy

UVI President David Hall (File photo) Without legislation to take action on, the Senate held a special session Friday, called for by. Gov. Kenneth Mapp,...

VIPA Director Reports King Airport Progress and Recovery Updates

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will be able to return to their assigned area in the Cyril E. King Airport Terminal and use their...

USVISA to Host Girls Soccer Festival on St. Croix and St. Thomas

Girls playing soccer The U.S. Virgin Islands Soccer Association (USVISA) will host a Girls Soccer Festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday, Nov. 11,...

Senators Express Confusion About Changes to GERS Bail Out Bill, But Pass it in...

Confusion swept through the Legislature on Thursday during a special session at which senators were called to vote on changes to a debt refinancing bill that aims to rescue a fiscally crumbling pension system. By an 8-6 margin, the newly amended legislation narrowly passed.

Contractor Pleads Guilty to Paying Kickbacks in V.I., P.R.

A mechanical engineer who got work repairing federal buildings on Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands admitted he sought and obtained kickbacks for...