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FEMA Hiring for USVI Recovery Jobs

The Federal Emergency Management Agency continues hiring Virgin Islanders in St. Croix and St. Thomas to work on recovery from hurricanes Irma and Maria. Positions...

VIWMA Advises Community of Bovoni Landfill Maintenance Schedule

The Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority (VIWMA) Preserving Paradise team would like to advise the St. Thomas and St. John community that green waste...

After a Few Shaky Steps, A Cancer Walk for 2018

Organizers of the St. John Cancer Fund’s major fundraiser say they’re putting together an inspired event in 2018. Inspired, they say, because they began...

New American Legion Center Dedicated on St. John

Military vets from Puerto Rico and St. Thomas joined members of the American Legion Post 131 at a dedication event held March 17. The...

FEMA Approves $182 Million for Emergency Measures after Hurricanes in USVI

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved $182,213,326 in additional grants to pay for the restoration of electric power and removal of debris...

Six Months after IrMaria, Sprauve Library Reopens

St. John’s public library is expected to reopen Monday, for the first time in six months. The Director of Libraries and Archives for the...

St. John Yacht Club Holds 46th Annual Around St. John Race

The 46th Annual Around St. John race, sponsored by Budget Marine and the St. John Yacht Club, was held on Sunday, March 11 starting...

Registration is Open for Friends 2018 Power Swim

The Friends of VI National Park is pleased to announce that despite Hurricanes Irma and Maria the swim will be held on Sunday, May 27,...

FEMA to Give Free In-person Advice on Rebuilding, Repairing Homes March 12-17

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is offering free in-person advice to help Virgin Islands to repair or rebuild their hurricane-damaged homes. FEMA experts...

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to Complete Debris Pickup on St. John and St....

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) will complete collection of vegetative and construction/demolition debris from roadside rights-of-way in St. John and St. Thomas...