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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...

Electrical Service Restored in STT – STJ District Following District-Wide Interruption Sunday

Electrical service to residential customers in the St. Thomas – St. John district was restored at approximately 10:30 a.m. Sunday, two hours after a pair of...

Love City Car Ferries Amends Ticketing Policy

The Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA) has received notice from Love City Car Ferries Inc., that effective March 15, it will no longer accept...

Harith Wickema Leaving Post as Board Chairman of VIWMA

As of March 16, Harith Wickrema will no longer serve on the Waste Management Authority board and will actively pursue sustainability initiatives in the territory in...

VINP Announces This Year’s Island Cultural Festival “Some ah Dis, Some ah Dah”

The Virgin Islands National Park announced Friday that it will not be hosting a Folklife Festival at Annaberg Sugar Plantation this year due to...

Coast Guard Rescues Boater from Steven Cay

The U.S. Coast Guard on Wednesday rescued a man whose 20-foot pleasure boat became disabled in high seas off Steven Cay, in the channel...