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Young St. John residents listen while police officials outline the steps to become an officer. (Source photo by Amy Roberts)
Cedric Henry (Submitted photo)
Young St. John residents listen while police officials outline the steps to become an officer. (Source photo by Amy Roberts)
Cedric Henry (Submitted photo)

One Day Only Exhibition Will Feature New Paintings by Katia Moltisanti

Anyone who luxuriates in colors will not want to miss the opportunity to be surrounded by a dozen of St. John-based artist Katia Moltisanti’s large format paintings. For only one afternoon on Sunday, Dec. 15, Moltisanti’s vibrant “Nature Abstracts” will be on display at the St. John School of the Arts.
MASA Assist staff gets ready to cut the ribbon for the emergency assistance service's new location in Charlotte Amalie. From left, Janelle Ennis, Juan Gonzalez, Tara Crossley and Janet Bryant. (Source photo by Bethaney Lee)

MASA Assist Opens New Location on STT

MASA Assist, an international emergency assistance company, unveiled its new St. Thomas location in Havensight during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday.
Today, Betsy Beretta of The Snap Shop is the very picture of a true island treasure. (Source photo by Teddi Davis)

The Snap Shop on Norre Gade Shuttered After Half a Century

The year was 1969 and cameras and film were the only way to capture memories of moments, people and places. On St. Thomas, to meet the ever-increasing demand for photographic services and supplies, Betsy and George Beretta opened The Snap Shop at 42 Norre Gade.
Janet Cook-Rutnik

Saturday Rutnik Art Show Will Benefit Scholarship Fund

Most people remember July 20, 1969, as the day that Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon. Artist Janet Cook-Rutnik remembers it as the day she and her husband Andy set foot on St. John. The Rutniks have now lived on St. John for 50 years, and to celebrate, they’re opening their home in Fish Bay Saturday, Dec. 14.
The Ron deLLugo Federal Courthouse. (File photo)

Suspects in Million Dollar Chase Plead Guilty to Drug Smuggling

Three men from Puerto Rico pleaded guilty in District Court to trying to hide $1.2 million in cash during a high-speed chase involving federal authorities. A judge ordered the three defendants to appear at a sentencing hearing in April.
Market Square, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas. (Bethaney Lee photo)

Cobblestones In, Parts of Main Street Reopen

Cobblestone pavers along Main Street and Post Office Square have been fully installed and the roadway is now open to vehicular traffic beginning at the entrance of Cardow, heading west towards Market Square, according to the Department of Public Works.
Carlton Dowe gestures to staff members while Sen. Steven Payne looks on at Monday's meeting. (Source photo by Amy Roberts)

Parking Fees on VIPA Lot Sparks Contentious Exchange

Carlton Dowe, executive director of Virgin Islands Port Authority, delivered good news and bad news to St. John residents at a town hall meeting held at the Legislative Annex Monday night.
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