Tuesday, September 26, 2017 4:33 am Last modified: 4:10 am

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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.

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Gov. Kenneth Mapp (Source file photo)

Mapp Expects CEKA to Reopen Thursday to Commercial Flights

Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas will reopen for commercial flights on Thursday and St. Croix's Henry E. Rohlsen Airport may open next week, Gov. Kenneth Mapp said Monday in his daily news conference.
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Gifft Hill School first graders eat lunch on their first day back at school.

School is in Session at Gifft Hill

School is back in session, at least for some St. John students at the Gifft Hill School.
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Viya Launches St. Croix Hot Spot, Focuses on Wireless

With damage to their infrastructure in both districts, Viya officials said Monday that they are working as fast as possible to make repairs. "We're talking about thousands of poles that are down," Viya spokeswoman Jennifer Matarangas-King said.
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Virgin Islanders Use Crowd Power To Spread Word on What V.I. Businesses Are Open Again

Tracking down what businesses are and are not yet open amid storm cleanup, unreliable utilities and general chaos throughout the territory. Some Virgin Islanders have harnessed the power of the crowd and of social media.
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Editorial / Blogs

The Ending of an Era; The Beginning of a Fresh Start

Moleto A. Smith Jr. writes about what will now become referred to as the before, during and after of the two hurricanes.
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Shaun Pennington

Storms’ Aftermath Must Become Our Opportunity

We have been humbled by the fury of Nature, but we are not broken. As the trees and plants have already sprung into regrowth, wasting little time lamenting their losses; so must we.
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Virtue of the Week: Gentleness

Gentleness is acting and speaking in a way which is considerate and kind to others. Gentleness is moving wisely, touching softly, holding carefully, speaking quietly and thinking kindly.
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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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