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DLCA Reminds Public About Preventing Underage Drinking During Carnival

In order to consume liquor, individuals must be 18 years of age or older. In order to ensure a safer…

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PSC Forces Innovative to Accept Payment at Business Offices

The PSC ruled this month to require Innovative to reinstate customer payment at its business offices. Innovative announced this week it would soon accept payments on a limited basis.

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2016-04-27 23:55:49
You Are Welcome at Our Table

Rabbi Michael E. Harvey gives a brief history of the Hebrew Congregation on St. Thomas and welcomes all to visit the Synagogue and learn more about Reform Judaism.

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2016-04-27 16:52:11
Seniors Take to the Streets of Charlotte Amalie for Annual Quelbe Tramp
The streets of Charlotte Amalie were alive with song Tuesday night as trampers danced from Rothschild Francis Market Square to Carnival Village in of the annual Senior Citizen’s Quelbe Tramp.
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2016-04-27 00:49:58
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PARADE, SPEECHES MARK KING BIRTHDAY FETE

Downtown Charlotte Amalie was alive Monday morning with the sounds of trumpets, trombones and drum rolls, as at least 10 marching bands paraded from the Frederick Evangelical Lutheran Church down Main Street and onto Veterans Drive to Emancipation Garden to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Read entire articleJan 15 2001 - 4:32pm
LIBURD TO SPEAK AT LWV LUNCHEON

Senate President Almando "Rocky" Liburd has been asked by the League of Women Voters of the Virgin Islands to present the majority agenda for the 24th Legislature at the league's biennial luncheon meeting.

Read entire articleJan 15 2001 - 1:54pm
WEALTH OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. INFO ON-LINE

On-line resources offer opportunities to study the life, actions, words and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The King Center, established in 1968 by Coretta Scott King as a living memorial dedicated to the work of Martin Luther King Jr., has a web site at www.thekingcenter.com.

Read entire articleJan 15 2001 - 9:18am
BODY FOUND IN RUBBLE OF BURNED OUT BUILDING

Two St. Thomas radio stations, WVWI and WSTA, reported Monday morning that the charred remains of an unidentified person were found in a burned-out building on De Beltjen Road where a fire broke out at 1 a.m. Monday.

Read entire articleJan 15 2001 - 6:25am
MONEY CONFLICTS RAISE SENATE TENSIONS

Political tensions between minority and majority senators heated up over the weekend, after Senate President Almando "Rocky" Liburd notified minority senators that they would receive allotments of just $100,000 annually to run their offices.

Read entire articleJan 14 2001 - 8:52pm
PAYBACK TIME AS BUCS WALLOP PUERTO RICO, 63-45

Fueled by a big crowd, the University of the Virgin Islands Buccaneers beat the Universidad Metroplitana de Puerto Rico 63-45 Saturday night in a physical game and avenged the earlier loss by the Lady Bucs at the new UVI Sports and Fitness Center.

Read entire articleJan 14 2001 - 8:03pm
LADY BUCS FALL TO PUERTO RICO IN INAUGURAL GAME

The University of the Virgin Islands Lady Buccaneers were manhandled by Universidad Metroplitana de Puerto Rico 58-37 Saturday in the first sporting event held in the new UVI Sports And Fitness Center.

Read entire articleJan 14 2001 - 8:00pm
OPENING OF SPORTS CENTER 'GREAT DAY FOR V.I.'

"A great day for the Virgin Islands" was the theme sounded by speakers at the opening ceremony for the new University of the Virgin Islands Sports and Fitness Center. The project, more than 10 years in the making, saw its culmination this weekend with several events to inaugurate the 64,000-square-foot facility on the UVI St. Thomas campus.

Read entire articleJan 13 2001 - 6:27pm
HALL OF FAME OPENS WITH FIRST GROUP OF ATHLETES

The University of the Virgin Islands inducted the first 16 members into its Athletics Hall of Fame Friday night as a prelude to the official opening of the new multimillion-dollar Sports and Fitness Center on the university's St. Thomas campus.

Read entire articleJan 13 2001 - 4:05pm
ADRIATIK DRUG TRIAL FINISHES 1st WEEK

The largest drug case in the Virgin Islands, as one defense lawyer called it, began in District Court this week in front of 16 jury members and Judge Thomas Moore. By week's end, testimony had been heard from various U.S. Coast Guard officers, FBI agents and the captain of the Panamanian cargo ship holding 2,193 kilos of cocaine that prosecutors charge originated with a Colombian drug lord.

Read entire articleJan 13 2001 - 2:15pm