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St. John Hot Spots Not So Hot After Connectivity Dispute

Internet users on St. John found themselves caught in an apparent dispute between service providers on April Fool’s Day. As a result, the connectivity...

WAPA Shares Update on April 4 St. John Fire

An early evening fire on Wednesday destroyed a power transformer at WAPA’s electrical substation on St. John. The transformer, one of two such units...

DOE Cancels Classes at Sprauve School April 5

The Office of the Insular Superintendent, St. Thomas –St. John District announces that classes at the Julius E. Sprauve School in St. John are...

Great Deals, Family Fun at Mongoose Junction’s April 6 First Friday Event

Mongoose Junction will celebrate renewal with its April 6 First Friday event, the first to be held since Hurricane Irma made a direct hit...

Lieutenant Governor Potter Announces Resumption of St. John Passport Acceptance Facility

Lieutenant Governor Osbert E. Potter advises the public that, effective April 5, 2018, the St. John Passport Acceptance Facility will resume regular operating hours...

viNGN Cuts Off Love City Community Network, St. John’s Newest Internet Service Provider

Love City Community Network released a statement on Sunday, April 1 to its customers and residents of St. John explaining why its service has...

St. John School of the Arts Presents Broadway Rescue!

Kim Wild, Executive Director for the St. John School of the Arts, and the school's board invite the St. John community and visitors to...

Gifft Hill School Announces 8th Annual Community Service Day

Gifft Hill School is pleased to announce that the 8th Annual school-wide community service day, “Gifft Hill School Gives Back” will be held on...

Report Uncollected Hurricane Debris in Your Neighborhood

VITEMA released the following alert last week: Let’s work together to collect all hurricane debris throughout the Territory! Call the VIWMA HOTLINE at 1-844-WMA-USVI (1-844-962-8784) to report...

Emergency Prescription Assistance Program Extended Through May 15

The federal program that provides emergency prescription assistance for uninsured disaster survivors has been extended through May 15 at the territory’s request. Virgin Islanders who have no...