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Friday, July 20, 2018
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STJ Residents Invited to Make and View Masks

St. John residents have two more opportunities to let their creativity flow in the company of fellow community members as they participate in an island-wide public art project.
Chief Medical Officer Luis Amaro: 'If the entire island comes, we will at some point treat the entire island.'

SRMC Execs Say Hospital ‘At Full Service’ Despite Staffing Shortage

Ten months after the Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Schneider Regional Medical Center on St. Thomas is fully operational, in spite of the ongoing challenge of filling a severe staffing shortage, Schneider executives say.

Despite Delays, More than 300 Come Out for Early Voting in Both Districts

Despite delays Wednesday morning in getting a machine to St. John, more than 300 registered voters came out for early voting in both districts,...
Chief Justice Rhys Hodge testifies Wednesday before the Senate Finance Committee on the court system's proposed budget. (V.I. Legislature photo)

Senators Critical of Judges and Budget Proposal for Courts

Rhys Hodge, chief justice on the V.I. Supreme Court, had 17 pages of testimony to justify his budget request of $46.6 million but it did not impress Finance Committee chair Sen. Kurt Vialet.
Robert O’Connor Jr., co-founder of the St. John Marina and Chaliese Summers, member manager of the Summer’s End Group, LLC, the group seeking to develop the St. John Marina. (Photo submitted by Chaliese Summers)

Summers End Launches Foundation for Aid to St. John

Chaliese Summers, managing partner of Summer’s End Group, LLC, which has been trying to develop a marina since 2014, said she was motivated to start a foundation after Hurricane Irma struck St. John in September 2017.
Golden Grove Correctional Facility on St. Croix. (File photo)

BOC Director: Correction Facilities Need Renovation or Replacement

Hurricane damage to the V.I.’s aging correctional facilities has hastened their ongoing deterioration and put them in “the worst shape they’ve ever been in,” Bureau of Corrections Director Rick Mullgrav told senators Tuesday.




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