There are different ways to understand a big event.
No hurricane, earthquake, tsunami or other natural disaster has ever produced the widespread devastation of COVID-19. Death, overwhelmed medical systems, lack of leadership, chaos, fear – in every nook and cranny of this “mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam,” as Carl Sagan describe our planet some 30 years ago.
The Bellevue Tenants Association had made a deal with the owner, Reliance Funding, to buy their apartments after 15 years at a lower than market value insider’s price. It was last week that, with help from Sen. Marvin Blyden, AIG agreed to the tenants’ rights to home ownership.
From the moment I saw what was coming, what was happening, my primary thought was: All our faults are being exposed to the light of day in a way I have never before seen. It is along those fault lines that earthquakes are born.
The recent article in the Source understandably caused some alarm among people who are opposed to the mega yacht marina in Coral Bay proposed by the Summers End Group.
Wayne L. Sprauve Esq. takes a shot across the bow of single industry tourism economies which he calls "the looming pitfall," and the need to diversify the U.S. Virgin Islands economy.
It’s time for the V.I. to start thinking hard about water management in the territory and put in place measures that will help when dry times fall upon us, writes Dr. Greg Guannel.
On March 4, VITEMA Director Daryl Jaschen announced an active shooter drill on March 19. Just two weeks earlier, the PBS NewsHour had done a piece on the growing concerns about the negative impacts of these drills on schoolchildren.
Patricia Affonso-Dass, president of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), makes some points on International Women’s Day.
Kathleen Vargo has learned that being part of an event such as the 8 Tuff Miles road race brings out the best in tourists and residents.