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Wayne Lloyd, Renaissance Man, Dies at 68

Wayne Lloyd of Coral Bay had a dry wit, a poet’s soul, a philosopher’s mind, and an empathetic heart.

Friends of the Virgin Islands National Park Share a Year of Successes in Spite...

The Friends of the Virgin Islands National Park – more than 2,000 members strong – had good news to report during their annual meeting held online on Friday.

Cinnamon Bay Campground Reopens

On Saturday morning, the barrier fencing came down, and Cinnamon Bay Campground in the Virgin Islands National Park welcomed guests for the first time in four-and-a-half years.

Zoning Change Sought for Susannaberg Guesthouse Complex

A St. John property owner is seeking a zoning change to allow her to build a multi-unit guesthouse/villa complex on a 2.7-acre parcel in Susannaberg.

Sen. Payne Outlines Infrastructure Plans for St. John

As the year winds down, Sen. Steven Payne wants Source readers to know about the initiatives for St. John that have kept him busy this past year during the 34th Legislature and his plans for what he hopes to accomplish in 2022.

Residents Speak Out at Bryan’s First STJ Town Hall Meeting

When Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. and members of his cabinet showed up for a town hall meeting on St. John Wednesday night, residents were ready with a barrage of questions and comments about issues affecting the islands.

‘Sunlit Saint John’ Videos Pose Questions, Challenges to Direction of STJ

A film project, Sunlit Saint John, went online less than two weeks ago and is stirring sentiment within the community through the honest assessments by St. Johnians of the present and future of St. John.

STJ Administrator Tags 18 Abandoned Vehicles for Towing

The St. John Administrator’s Office tagged 18 abandoned vehicles on Saturday in the Cruz Bay area. The owners of the vehicles have seven days to remove or register their vehicles, according to Administrator Shikima Jones-Sprauve.

Citing Pandemic, Buccaneer Resort Seeks EDC Waivers, Extensions

The financial fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic was brought home to the Economic Development Authority Board of Directors on Thursday as officials with the Buccaneer Beach & Golf Resort on St. Croix appealed for help to stay afloat.

Beyond the Graveyard Gate: A Look at Jewish Cemeteries

Beyond the gateways of the two Jewish cemeteries located on St. Thomas, an undeniably rich history can be beheld on the grounds owned and maintained by the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas.