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St. JohnSt. Croix

Kate and Vince Williams of Frenchtown have opened a charging station. They started Sept. 7, right after Irma strafed the island, and are still going strong. The Williams’ station is across from Betsy’s Bar on the road to St. Anne’s Chapel.


Local News

Gov. Kenneth Mapp meets with senators Saturday on St.Thomas,

Recovery Reports Are Positive, but Schools, Hospitals, Police Still Face Challenges

Step by step, the territory is recovering from the double whammy of two Category 5 hurricanes this month, but there's a long way to go, Gov. Kenneth Mapp said Saturday in his daily briefing.
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St. Croix residents wait for food and water at Juanita Gardine Elementary on Saturday. (Marina Leonard photo)

Waiting in Line on St. Croix

The inability to communicate and get information may be the single biggest frustration for many on St. Croix as of Saturday. More roads are clear, some stores are open, and power is even returning to a few locations.
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Military Flights Coming In, STX Truck Rack Open

Although still closed to private traffic, military flights are already bringing in supplies to Hurricane Maria-stricken St. Croix. And the truck rack at Limetree Bay Terminals is up and running, so gasoline and diesel should continue to be available.
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Crew from Coast Guard Cutter Joseph Napier offloads supplies in St. John. (U.S. Coast Guard photo)

Maria First Fatality Noted; St. Thomas/St. John Curfew Shortened

The V.I. Government Friday suspended the curfew for St. Croix from noon to 4 p.m. to allow residents to get supplies. But for many residents, still suffering from the lashing Hurricane Maria gave the island Wednesday morning, it was an exercise in fr
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Editorial / Blogs

A Letter to Virgin Islanders From viNGN

Mark McGibbon, Ph.D., viNGN president and CEO, write a letter to the people of the Virgin Islands, in which he gives heartfelt wishes for a solid recovery and shares information about WiFi Hot Spots and how people can reach their ISPs.
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St. Croix Ignored and Forgotten After Hurricane Hits

Leslie Martin says that the mainland has ignored the effects of Hurricane Maria on St. Croix.
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Virtue of the Week: Compassion

Compassion is understanding and caring when someone is hurt or troubled, even if you don’t know them. It is wanting to help, even if all you can do is listen and say kind words. You forgive mistakes. You are a friend when someone needs a friend
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Virgin Islanders Step Up to the Plate During This Crisis

Stephanie Emelia Barnes appreciates and praises the governor and so many others for the work they are doing for the recovery after the wrath of Hurricane Irma.
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