There are nine trade licensing boards which the Division of Licensing and Consumer Affairs overseas. Below are those boards and members as of Aug. 9, 2016.
AARP has named Troy A. De Chabert-Schuster – a distinguished member of the community, entrepreneur and educator in the Virgin Islands for more than 17 years – to be the state director for AARP in the V.I., effective Aug. 15.
Helga Friedericke Blazkova-Berger, longtime St. Thomas resident, died on June 17 in Plano, Texas. She was born in Germany on March 25, 1932.
Family and friends are advised of the passing of Joseph Olin Davis, 68, on July 26 at his High Canaan home on St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
Island Therapy Solutions Partners With Camps to Create First Inclusive Program for Autistic Children
This year, Virgin Islands children with autism enjoyed a typical summer camp experience alongside peers without disabilities thanks to a partnership between St. Croix-based Island Therapy Solutions (ITS) and several camps on St. Croix and St. Thomas.
Mary Caroline Ponteen, also known as “Miss Canie,” “Miss May” and “Miss Mary,” died on Friday, July 22, at her home in Estate Anna’s...
Ruth Medora Rissing Benjamin of Christiansted, St. Croix, died on Saturday, July 23. She was 83 years old. Born June 15, 1933, in Christiansted, St....
Angelica Felix of 5-I Sally’s Fancy died on July 16. She is survived by her daughter, Esmeralda Ramirez; sons: Daniel Ramirez and Luis Ramirez; mother,...
Five of the territory's schools are participating in a six-week pilot of a nation-wide "Freedom School" project this summer, thanks in part to Lt. Gov. Osbert Potter. According to Government House, Potter helped bring
The Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI) at the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) received $92,335 this spring from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) to fund three projects across the territory.