Farmers interested in participating in the competition are asked to contact Errol Chichester at 778-0997.
making the public aware of offenders of consumer related laws is important information that enables the consumer to make the best choices on how to spend their hard-earned money and how to protect the health of themselves and their families.
Participants will learn the basics of wills, trusts, powers of attorney and guardianships, and how creating these legal documents now may help avoid probate in the future.
Renee Charleswell, Ph.D., state director of the Office of Special Education, informs all former students that the collection of this data is crucial to better serve Virgin Islands students and their families.
Through hands-on, inquiry-based learning, students will use high level thinking and problem solving skills to develop their understanding of natural systems in their community.
Here is what's happening on both campuses of the University of the Virgin Islands.
Due to damage from Hurricane Irma, the nonprofit was forced to find a new location. The museum has been temporarily closed while it moves into its new, more prominent space in the Buccaneer Mall on Havensight Point in Charlotte Amalie.
Ludvig “Ludi” Charles Christensen II died on Sept. 27.
In addition to his various accomplishments, Hall was a stand-out college basketball player, finishing his career with 1,007 points and 827 rebounds.
Born on St. Croix on Sept. 30, 1900, Claude O. Markoe is recognized as an outstanding teacher who devoted his life to education on the island of his birth.