Downtown Revitalization Inc. (DRI) and The St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce (COC) are deeply aware and sensitive to the community’s need to have information and updates on the progress of the Main Street Revitalization Project that was initiated by the Government of the Virgin Islands.
The Mathematics Behind the Science Summer Program (MBS) at the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) has received a grant of $14,764 from the J. Raymond Jones Fund at the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI). MBS is a college preparation program for college bound students who are majoring in Science, Mathematics, Engineering or Technology (STEM).
Here is a list of summer camps and organized activities available for children or young people. Please send information on your camps and activities to offer parents a variety of choices.
Competitors who didn't make a sound of their own delighted a crowd of about 140 people Monday at Mahogany Run Banquet Room to support the Humane Society of St. Thomas.
On Sunday, Jan. 31, Ziggy’s Island Market on the East End Road of St. Croix sponsored and hosted the 7th Annual St. Croix Johnny...
Residents, visitors and everyone who’s looking for some great local eats are invited Downtown for an evening of island cuisine and entertainment. Try tastes from favorite food vans and make sure to get a ballot to vote for the People’s Choice Award for the best vendors.
Community Action NOW and the Police Association (CAPA) is calling all West End residents to attend a Town Hall meeting – Santa Maria Estate Pearl, Bordeaux and Estate Fortuna – on Monday, Jan. 11.
Caribbean Reservations Inc. selected the American Red Cross (ARC) of the Virgin Islands as a recipient of its donation to nonprofit organizations, due to the extensive work conducted by the Red Cross volunteers in the community with their disaster preparedness programs: Home Fire Campaign and the Pillowcase Project.
The 8th annual Project Homeless Connect, sponsored by the United Way of the Virgin Islands and the V.I. Department of Human Services, will be held in November and December this year.
HOPE Inc. (Helping Others in a Positive Environment) will no longer be funded by the Centers for Disease Control to provide HIV prevention services in the territory, the organization announced Thursday.