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Festival royalty, front row, from left: Kyerah Gumbs, 2017 Festival Princess Yamilette Diaz, and A'mrii Jones. Back row, from left: Chenijah Dawson, Nyiesha Somersall, 2017 Miss St. John Festival Queen Jeminie Niles, Jaleah Browne, and Steffany Caro-Rivers.

2018 St. John Festival Royalty Introduced in the Marketplace

Six young ladies were introduced Sunday at the Marketplace as the 2018 St. John Festival Royalty. The event was the contestant’s first appearance as the festival court, and the first event of many in this years St. John Festival season.

Licensing Commissioner: Businesses Without Hurricane Season Price Lists Put on Notice

The Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs is following up on violation notices it sent to V.I. businesses who did not submit price lists to the department during the 2017 Hurricane Season, DLCA Commissioner Devin Carrington told senators Wednesday.
Diane Magras (Facebook photo)

Magras Resigns from Board of Elections

Diane Magras, a Board of Elections member for St. Thomas, has tendered her resignation from the board, with a scathing letter about the board's actions.

Police Seeking Woman Seen Brandishing Semi-Automatic Assault Rifle at Tutu Hi Rise

Police responded to reports of a woman carrying a semi-automatic assault rifle at Tutu Hi Rise Wednesday evening. No shots fired. No arrest made.
Sydney George, right, stood in for Senate President Myron Jackson during Tuesday's mock legislative session. (Government House photo)

Seniors in Mock Lawmaking Session Take on Assisted Living

Expanding services to those living with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers was a major focus of a mock Legislative session held Tuesday.
A rainbow brightens the clouds over the March 24 Light Up the Night fundraiser for the St. John Cancer Fund. (Photo by Krista Kramer)

‘Light Up the Night’ Nets Almost $76K for St. John Cancer Fund

The power went off, the generator failed, and it rained hard at least three times. But if you ask anyone about the success of Light Up the Night, the main fundraising event for the St. John Cancer Fund held on March 24, you’re likely to hear, 'It was awesome!'

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