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VIPD Announces Road Closure

Closing the road is due to the closure of the Fort Christian parking lot for the Carnival Village.
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Feds Extend Loan of Health Commissioner Davis

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has agreed to extend for another year the assignment of Dr. Michelle Davis to serve as the Virgin Islands Commissioner of Health, according to Government House.
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GESC Health Insurance Board Reschedules Candidate Forum, Elections

The Division of Personnel informs candidates, GVI employees and retirees that the upcoming GESC/Health Insurance candidate forum has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 19.
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Labor in Search of Employers, Organizations to Provide Work Experience for Youth

The V.I. Department of Labor invites employers, not for-profit organizations and training service providers to participate in this year’s Summer Youth Work Experience, Training Program.
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Walker Bars Charleswell from V.I. Property Auctions

A former government employee who pleaded guilty to participating in a scheme to defraud the government through a property auction has been barred from engaging in any future public auctions for five years.
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Berry Top Angler, Holt Top Amateur Angler, ‘Emanuel’ Top Boat at 22nd Dolphin Derby

The catch of a 34.06-pound dolphin fish (mahi-mahi) earned St. Thomas’ Angela Berry the title Top Angler and a $1,000 cash prize at the V.I. Game Fishing Club’s 22nd Dolphin Derby.
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Nine Federal Officers Commissioned as V.I. Peace Officers

Nine federal law enforcement officers received commissions as Virgin Islands Peace Officers Monday after attending an orientation on V.I. history and culture at the Police Training Academy on St. Thomas, Attorney General Claude Earl Walker announced.
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Senate Streamlines Health Insurance Board

The duties of the Government Employees Services Commission will be pared back to just its primary role of negotiating the government health insurance contract.
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Against the Tide in the Virgin Islands: Swim for Breast Cancer Results

The 15th Annual Against the Tide in the Virgin Islands: Swim for Breast Cancer was held on Saturday, April 8. The following are the results.
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The V.I. Budget Crisis: How Did We Get Here, How Do We Get Out?

In the first part of a series on the V.I. budget crisis, Source reporter Bill Kossler looks at the factors that led the territory's government to a crossroads.
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