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Memorial Day Activities Scheduled for May 30 on All Islands

Memorial Day is Monday, May 30, and the Virgin Islands Office of Veterans Affairs, the American Legion, the Survivor Outreach…

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Antilles Sailing Team Ties for Fourth in Nationals

The Antilles High School sailing team placed fourth in the Interscholastic Sailing Association’s Baker National Championship, which took place Saturday and Sunday in Anacortes, Washington. 

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2016-05-30 01:12:09
Virtue of the Week: Helpfulness

Helpfulness is being of service to others, doing thoughtful things that make a difference in their lives. Offer your help without waiting to be asked. Ask for help when you need it. 

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2016-05-29 21:50:04
Two Injured in Shooting at Winston Raymo Basketball Court

Two people, a young adult and a teen, received minor injuries late Saturday when shots were fired at the Winston Raymo Basketball Court, the V.I. Police Department reported. 

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2016-05-29 18:32:45
News - Local news — St. Thomas
MOOLENAAR CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT

A member of Gov. Charles W. Turnbull's Cabinet has been charged with 63 counts of embezzlement. Agents of the government's Fraud and Corruption Task Force have filed a criminal complaint against acting Health Commissioner Dr. Lucien Moolenaar II, alleging that from 1995 to 2000, more than $102,000 was illegally added to his biweekly government paycheck.

Read entire articleJan 19 2001 - 3:38pm
WINNIE MADIKIZELA-MANDELA TO VISIT V.I.

One of the forces that brought down the apartheid system in South Africa – Winnie Madikizela-Mandela – will tour the territory next month.

Read entire articleJan 19 2001 - 6:33am
MAN SHOT DURING HOLDUP OF BOVONI GAS STATION

An employee of the Bovoni Texaco service station was shot and wounded Thursday night during an armed robbery.

Read entire articleJan 18 2001 - 9:29pm
MONUMENT FALLOUT AND FINGER POINTING BEGINS

The fallout is settling a day after the Clinton administration created and expanded national monuments in the territory.

Read entire articleJan 18 2001 - 6:48pm
LIBURD APOLOGIZES TO BERRY FOR MISSTATEMENT

"Human error" was blamed Thursday for written statements by Senate President Almando "Rocky" Liburd that had Sen. Lorraine Berry hopping mad and Liburd issuing an apology by the end of the day.

Read entire articleJan 18 2001 - 5:41pm
JUSTICE FILES COMPLAINT AGAINST TOURISM OFFICIAL

The V.I. Justice Department has filed a 44-count criminal complaint against the former regional manager of the Tourism Department office in Chicago.

Read entire articleJan 18 2001 - 5:15pm
HURD RESIGNS

St. Thomas has lost one of its legal mainstays. U. S. Attorney James A. Hurd Jr., who has come to be a fixture in his 20-year career in the U.S. Department of Justice, announced his resignation effective Thursday.

Read entire articleJan 18 2001 - 4:15pm
CRUISE SHIP NORWAY HEADING TO ASIA IN FALL

The Norwegian Cruise Lines ship Norway is cutting back on calls to St. Thomas after April 8 and leaving the Caribbean altogether in September, according to the West Indian Co. Ltd.

Read entire articleJan 18 2001 - 4:04pm
ANDREWS TAPPED FOR U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE

Former Territorial Court Judge Alphonso Andrews Jr. has been rehired by the U.S. Department of Justice as an assistant U.S. attorney in the St. Croix office, U.S. Attorney James Hurd announced Thursday.

Read entire articleJan 18 2001 - 2:40pm
PACKED FT. CHRISTIAN LOT FORCES ILLEGAL PARKING

The Fort Christian parking lot has been filled to capacity from 9 a.m. almost every day recently, forcing many cars to park illegally on the waterfront apron.

Read entire articleJan 18 2001 - 11:36am