The Coral Bay Community Council is collecting the stories of two schoolhouses: the East End School and the original schoolhouse at the Guy Benjamin School and documenting their important roles in the culture and education from 1870 to about 1970.
The Coral Bay Community Council will host a “Stuff Depot” on Saturday, Jan. 22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. outdoors at Caribbean Oasis on St. John.
My Brother’s Workshop (MBW) will host “Mystery in Paradise” set to the theme of Clue by Hasbro from 7-10 p.m. (AST) on Saturday, Feb. 26.
Seven Seas Water made its first donation to My Brother’s Workshop (MBW) in 2012 and is proud to support it again this year with a $1,600 donation, making its total donations to MBW through the years $21,750.
This scholarship program will award $1,000 per 10 students, five boys and five girls, who must be graduating this year from a high school in the territory.
Milwaukee Bucks assistant general manager Milt Newton and his wife Shalaun Newton hosted the Christmas Turkey Giveaway that provided 425 turkeys territory-wide to non-profit organizations and families in need of a holiday blessing.
This past weekend, Dec. 18 and 19, two round robin chess tournaments were conducted on St. Croix.
Every child, no matter what their home life looks like, should experience goodwill and joy, especially during the holiday season. That is why St. Thomas Lodge 9679 (the Lodge), with the help of the Division of Children and Family Services, decided to organize a day of play, Santa and gifts for over 40 children who are currently being fostered.
The Coral Bay Community Council will host a visit from Santa on Wednesday, and on Christmas Eve, Caneel Bay Resort will hold a celebration with Santa and his merry helpers at Frank Powell Park in Cruz Bay.
Although the VICM did close down for six months at the start of the pandemic, they were able to reopen at the end of September 2020, thanks to their dedicated employees and an eager public.
Established in 2004, Island Green Living Association is a not for profit organization on St. John dedicated to sustainability throughout the United States Virgin Islands.
KIDS COUNT is seen as a vital means of providing critical data about child well-being for many federal, state and local government agencies.
The National Young Farmers Coalition (Young Farmers) offers grants to help young and beginning farmers as well as ranchers start up and grow their businesses.
St. John Rescue will mark its 25th anniversary of serving the community with a celebration on Dec. 9 from noon to 5 p.m. at its new headquarters on Gifft Hill.
The historic partnership between D. Hamilton Jackson and Do My People Do! allows the entities to optimize leadership and training opportunities in construction and carpentry for young men and women from ages 12 to 22 in the community.
The committee honored Anya Stuart, executive director of the Family Resource Center for her 21 years of service and commitment as an advocate for victims of violent crimes in the Virgin Islands.
Edgar Baker Phillips, president of the Democratic Vision Club, presented a check for $500 to Francine Penn-Scipio of the Scipio Foundation recently to help fund the family's annual Thanksgiving community dinner at Emancipation Garden on St. Thomas.
The Caribbean Volunteer Services, Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides hope and support resources to those considering suicide and those affected by suicide, celebrated International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day virtually on Saturday.
When advocates working with the Virgin Islands Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Council lobbied their leadership for a refresher course on local laws, the new director decided to invite their supporters.