A new public-private initiative seeks to match home and business owners with local solar installation companies, giving St. John residents a chance to purchase solar energy systems for their homes and businesses.
After just four years on St. Croix, Michael DelGiacco and his wife, Dr. Elizabeth “Ellie” DelGiacco, knew the island was “a special place” and decided to add their experience and expertise to making it a little better.
More than 100 St. John residents turned out for the Women’s March in Cruz Bay on Saturday, and if the crowd wasn’t as large as at the one held two years ago, it was no less enthusiastic.
With 26 participating restaurants serving everything from saltfish cakes to caramel-crusted pork belly, the theme of WTJX’s 14th Annual Taste of Two Islands, “Savor the Flavor,” was aptly named. The event, held Thursday night at Antilles School’s Mark C. Marin Center on St. Thomas, also featured wine, spirits and music.
After returning to the territory from meetings with cruise industry executives, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. on Saturday signed into law several bills, including one that making medicinal cannabis accessible to qualified patients in the Virgin Islands.
Paul Girard, also known as Bogus, and 10 members of what law enforcement calls "his criminal organization" were indicted Thursday under the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act by a federal grand jury on St. Thomas.