Okeyonna Njoku, 30, of Los Angeles, California, was sentenced Thursday to eight months of imprisonment and three years of supervised release for possession with intent to distribute marijuana, acting U.S. Attorney Joycelyn Hewlett announced.
Accounts have alleged that Vector Marketing LLC. attempts to attract high school and college students by offering a well-paying part time job as a ploy to have them invest in the cutlery sales as independent distributors.
It’s been six years since V.I. heavyweight Clayton Laurent, Jr. has fought at home, but he plans to make his upcoming professional debut against Wayman “The Slim Reaper Carter the first in a string of local bouts.
At a town hall Thursday, leading cruise executives said if the U.S. Virgin Islands wants to have soaring cruise passenger numbers and rave reviews like it did in the past, it must refresh and reinvent itself to stand out from other island competitors.
A series of miscommunications led a St. John community organization to call a town meeting Thursday evening to air concerns about restructuring the chain of command within the Virgin Islands National Park, then cancel it, then hold it.
All nine medical licensure boards that fall under the Department of Health’s Professional Licensure Division, and one that falls outside it, suffer from membership and resource shortages that may need to be addressed by legislative action.
The U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources will hold a hearing Thursday to consider Doug Domenech, President Donald Trump's nominee for assistant secretary of insular affairs in the Department of the Interior.