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WAPA Reports 1,100 Customers Power Restored Across the Territory on Tuesday

Reconstruction and restoration work continued Tuesday with more than 1,100 customers being restored across the territory. Crews worked in areas including: St. Croix: Plessen, Grove Place, Upper...

Meteorologist Details Power of Irma and Maria for Science Group

A veteran meteorologist told a group of local scientists Saturday that he was awed by the details he was able to gather about Hurricanes...

WAPA Billing Operations Resumed Monday

As the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority continues its restoration of service across the territory, the Authority is working toward increased levels of...

WAPA Shares Electrical Restoration Priority Areas for the Week Ahead

The Virgin Islands Water & Power Authority announces the schedule where reconstruction and restoration crews will be working during the week of December 18,...

St. John Continues on the Road Back

As FEMA Division Supervisor Patrick Cornbill prepares to leave St. John after a three-month stint on the island, he says that things continue to...

Bureau of Motor Vehicles Closed Dec. 18

Director Lawrence A. Olive would like to inform the motoring public that on Monday, December 18, 2017, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, St. Thomas...

VITRAN Resumes Bus Service on St. John

The Department of Public Works – Division of Transportation would like to announce that St. John bus services will resume on Monday, December 18. The abbreviated...

Governor’s Tour Assesses Damaged Government Buildings on St. John

Seven weeks after he took his cabinet members on a hurricane response trip around St. John, and ten weeks after landing by helicopter to...

New Relief Options Up FEMA’s Sleeve

CORAL BAY -- When Coral Bay resident Myrel Tonge suffered damage to his home during Hurricane Irma he took steps to get help from...

Deadline to Register for FEMA Disaster Assistance Extended to January 8, 2018

U.S. Virgin Islanders affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria now have until January 8, 2018 to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The registration deadline...