The life of Fred Watts, local attorney and full-throated musician, will be celebrated in two memorials – one in Pennsylvania July 15 and on St. Thomas on Aug. 15.
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.
Mrs. Agnes Maude Martin was born in English Harbor, Antigua, on March 11, 1919. On June 3, at the age of 96, our beloved and dedicated mother, grandmother, great grandmother and great-great grandmother, transitioned into eternal rest.
Ruthlyn Richards died on June 6 in Puerto Rico. She was 67 years old.
Lorraine McFarren-Joseph died unexpectedly on June 3 on St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.
Margot Macdonald Bachman, a longtime resident of St. Thomas, who founded and published St. Thomas This Week as well as St. Thomas Today and St. Croix This Week, died on June 3 – her 97th birthday – while traveling in Zurich, Switzerland, with family.
The family of Sydney “Zeke” Elwood Schmedes sadly announces his passing on April 19 in Staten Island, N.Y.
Relatives and friends are advised of death of Donald A. George Sr., who died on April 19 at his residence. He was 90 years old.
Christina Pickering, better known as “Cookie,” has died.
Thirty years ago, after reading “Sugar Blues” by William Duffy, I began my three-decade journey to find some way to give up sugar while still living the sweet life.