Three Charged with Unauthorized Firearm Possession

Three men were arrested early Sunday by police investigating reports of gunshots being fired in the vicinity of a Subbase…

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Half a dozen young people, local artists and music producers have created a peace song for Carnival 2014. To read more about the song, click here.

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South Carolina Wins Men’s Paradise Jam Title

It’s taken 12 years for South Carolina to start its basketball season with five straight wins. This year, the team’s 5-0 start comes after winning the V.I. Paradise Jam men’s championship Monday night.

2015-11-24 12:55:46
Fred Hintz Dies at 83

Frederic Hintz, former president of St. Thomas Dairies, died peacefully at his home in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Friday. He was 83 years old.

2015-11-24 12:49:30
WICO Welcomes Holiday Season With a Story Book Christmas, Dec. 9

The West Indian Company Ltd. (WICO) will host its annual Christmas Tree Lighting from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 9, at Havensight Mall on the WICO dock.

2015-11-23 16:46:40
Local government — St. Thomas
Form W2-VI Available at BIR Offices

                The Virgin Islands Bureau of Internal Revenue has received the 2011 Form W-2VIs, and they are available at the bureau’s offices on all three islands. Employers are reminded to make a written request for W-2VIs, including the Employer Identification Number and the amount of W-2VIs requested. BIR provides the form needed to request the W-2Vis, which is available at the bureau’s offices and on its Web site:, according to a press release from BIR issued on Friday.
 “It is unfortunate that we have to require written requests, but the Bureau has received a number of fraudulent W-2VIs within the past several years,” Claudette Watson-Anderson, director of BIR, said.        
Watson-Anderson reminds all Virgin Islands employers that they are required to provide Form W-2VI for employment in 2011 to every employee by Jan. 31.

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