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Charlotte Amalie
Monday, April 6, 2020

St. Croix business

Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Ganesh Kumar answers questions after his presentation prepared for the Virgin Islands Banking Board. (Source photo)

Oriental Bank Offers Online Financial Relief Application to Its Loan Customers

Oriental is the first territorial bank to offer an online relief application.

Popular VIEDA Webinar to Repeat on April 2

VIEDA will repeat its free, highly popular informational webinar on at 11 a.m., Thursday, April 2, for USVI small business owners.

Oriental Bank to Limit Branch Lobby Hours to Appointments Only

Cash transactions and all regular transactions that customers regularly do with tellers will be done through the drive-thru 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m., Mondays through Fridays and 9 am to 1 pm., Saturdays.
The Fred Hotel is the first new hotel built on St. Croix in almost 40 years. (Photo provided by The Fred)

Some USVI Hotels Stay Open Amid Pandemic to Accommodate Essential Personnel

The USVI Hotel & Tourism Association and St. Croix Hotel & Tourism Association are proud to be able to support their members as they offer this valuable resource to the community in a time of crisis

AT&T Pays 20 Percent Bonus to Frontline Employees, Extends COVID-19 Relief Support for Many

AT&T is paying a 20 percent bonus to frontline employees, and is extending COVID-19 relief support for first responders, customers and employees.

DLCA Announces Rack Rates and Fuel Price Survey

Gas Station fuel price surveys were conducted Thursday, March 26, on St. Croix, St. Thomas and St. John.

FirstBank Makes More Changes to Protect Clients From COVID-19

Effective Tuesday, March 24, FirstBank will observe the following operational hours at eight locations.

Safety In Paradise Helps Employers to Plan Occupational Safety, Health During COVID-19 Crisis

The Safety In Paradise (SIP) Program is closely monitoring COVID-19. Containing the virus at this point is especially critical to reduce the spread of the disease and its impact on businesses, workers, customers, and the general public.
My Brothers Workshop is one of the V.I. non-profit groups to receive belated funds from the Government of the Virgin Islands. (File photo)

Alpine Securities USVI Pledges to Match All Donations to MBW’s Campaign Up to $50,000

Alpine Securities USVI has pledged to match all donations made to My Brother's Workshop’s Spread Hope fundraising campaign, up to $50,000, which began March 25 and will end on April 21.

VIHFA Recovery Programs Continue Operating During Pandemic

The VI Housing Finance Authority intends to keep the EnVIsion Tomorrow Homeowner and Rental Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Program moving forward despite the impact that the growing new coronavirus crisis has had throughout the territory.





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