Four virtual public hearings will address community concerns on applications for a ‘Tavern Keeper A’ liquor license to conduct business activity listed as “Bar sales of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Responding to strong demand for travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands, Frontier Airlines has announced new twice-weekly service between Miami and St. Thomas, on Sundays and Thursdays, beginning March 7.
Labor Commissioner Gary Molloy has announced rate changes provided by the Workers’ Compensation Administration for the 2021 maximum benefit amount and increases made to benefits.
The Paycheck Protection Program remains open for First and Second Draw PPP loans until March 31, as set forth in the Economic Aid Act or until Congressionally-appropriated funding is exhausted.
Travel screening portal clearance is a must for U.S. Virgin Islands arrivals; however, Center for Disease Control’s COVID-19 testing requirements do not apply for travel from the U.S.V.I. to the U.S. mainland.
To celebrate this new and returning service, Frontier is offering fares as low as $39*, which are available now.
Safety In Paradise is a free and confidential OSHA consultation service provided by the University of the Virgin Islands -- Center for Excellence and Leadership and Learning (UVI CELL).
Form W-2, which is used for employment in the continental United States, cannot be used for Virgin Islands employment.
The amnesty programs, enacted by the 33rd Legislature, will begin on Monday, Jan. 11, and will end on Wednesday, June 30.
The application portal is currently open to customers who have not previously receive a PPP loan. Those who participated in the first program will be welcomed to apply in the next few days.