Police on St. Thomas are investigating a first-degree robbery Friday in Savan in which a woman was robbed of…
In an audio file released Oct. 31, 2013, by Government House, Gov. John deJongh Jr. said he is eager for the upcoming Senate hearing on the proposed Hovensa deal, which he said could speed sale of the shuttered refinery and lead to renewed economic acivity.
The current term of office of Thurston T. McKelvin, Federal Public Defender for the District of the Virgin Islands is due to expire on May 9, 2003. As required by statute, 18 U.S.C. §§3006A, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit is considering the reappointment of Mr. McKelvin to a new four year term and has appointed a committee to assist in its review. The Committee consists of nine attorneys from the U.S. Virgin Islands, who will report their findings to the Court of Appeals.
The public is invited to submit comments for consideration regarding the reappointment of Mr. McKelvin to a new term of office. All comments should be directed to the following address: