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From left: V.I. Supreme Court Chief Justice Rhys S. Hodge administers the oath of office to Nelson Petty Jr., Anthony D. Thomas, Joseph Boschulte, and Jean-Pierre Oriol, surrounded by family. (James Gardner photo)

Bryan’s First 12 Cabinet Members Sworn In

'We have to conduct ourselves in such a way that we deserve the dignity and respect of each and every person in this community,' Lt. Gov. Tregenza Roach said at Monday's swearing in ceremony for 12 cabinet officers.

Police Commissioner, Government House Condemn Bigoted Death Threat

A homophobic death threat on a social media account of someone who claims to work for the V.I. Police Department raised questions for government officials.
Austen Stovall, National Coral Reef Management Fellow, addresses the 'Citizen Science' lecture.

‘Citizen Science’ Empowers the USVI Community

U.S. Virgin Islands Coral Reef Management Fellow Austen Stovall presented “The Power of Citizen Science” Thursday at the Guinea Company Warehouse in Christiansted. Stovall captivated the small audience with a comprehensive overview of the rich tools of her subject matter.
Albert Bryan

Use it or Lose it: Without Extension, Territory Risks Hundreds of Millions in Fed...

Federal aid is pouring into the territory in billions, but the challenge is tapping into all of it before time runs out and the feds snatch the money back, Gov. Albert Bryan said Friday. Time is almost up on about $260 million awarded to the Virgin Islands through the Affordable Care Act.

Crowd Flocks to Magens Bay for King of the Wing Contest

Hundreds of Virgin Islanders flocked to Magen’s Bay Beach on Saturday to taste professional and amateurs chef’s best wings in the 10th Annual King of the Wing Competition. J.J. Divers won best overall and first place in the non-restaurant division, while Buddha Sushi was first in the restaurant division.
Cruise passengers swimming off Frederiksted Feb. 19. (Tourism Department photo)

Small Agencies Work Together to Protect Environment from Ship Waste

The Virgin Islands relies on a tiny force of individuals to guard it against potential environmental damage from any of the hundreds of cruise ships and other commercial vessels that visit its shores annually – but that line is reinforced by a bulwark of international convention and U.S. controls and authority.
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