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Installations, Asphalt Restoration, Line Striping Projects Scheduled for July 26-31.

Motorists can expect delays this week due to partial road closures while work is happening at the following locations:

Road Work Excavations Set to Install Conduits and Boxed, Sugar Estate Road, Dronningens Gade, Pollyberg, Raphune Hill and Rte. 38 Weymouth Highway to Tutu Park.

No parking will be allowed during project working hours. All vehicles must be removed prior to the beginning of construction.

Road Work to Continue on Fiber Optic Cable Project in Many Areas, Extended to July 26-31.

No parking will be allowed during project working hours. All vehicles must be removed prior to the beginning of construction.

Fiber Optic Cable Deployment Road Work to Continue Through July 31 on Routes 308, 310 and 38.

Fiber Optic Cable Deployment Road Work to Continue Through July 31 on Routes 308, 310 and 38.

Blackout Hits All Customers on St. Thomas-St. John

At 1:10 p.m. Sunday, the V.I. Water and Power Authority announced a major electrical service interruption affecting all customers in the St. Thomas-St. John district following the loss of generation capacity at the Randolph Harley Power Plant.

DPNR Closes Fish and Wildlife Office Until Further Notice Because of Sargassum Stench.

Fishers can still submit catch reports in the drop box at Red Hook or at the Gustave A. Quetel Fish Market in Frenchtown.

Road Work: Installation of Fiber Optic Cables at Smithbay Rd., Red Hook Rd. and Mariendahl Rd.

Motorists can expect delays due to partial road closures and lane closures. Please exercise caution when traveling in these locations.

Road Work: Installing Fiber Optic Cables at Harwood Hwy., Veterans Drive, Sugar Estate Rd., Weymouth Hwy.

Fiber Optic Cable Deployment Project, St. Thomas, is scheuduled for May 31 through June 30.

VIPD Advises Public of Friday Closures on Main Street Through July 30.

Officers will be posted along Main Street to ensure compliance from the motoring public.

VIPD Warns Residents of Fake WAPA Calls.

The Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) is advising the community to guard against telephone calls from scam artists posing as employees of the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority (WAPA).

DPW to Begin Emergency Long-term Relief Road Work in Estate Dorothea Beginning April 26.

This project is a part of a larger Emergency Relief project, that entails completing storm damage repairs on various locations on St. Thomas and St. John.

Emergency Relief Work on Weymouth Rhymer Highway to Begin April 12.

Work is expected to continue through July 31.

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