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FreshMinistries to Launch Desmond Tutu Project to End Hunger in Virgin Islands

Nobel laureate and renowned anti-apartheid leader Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has agreed to lend his name to an ambitious agricultural initiative by Jacksonville, Florida-based FreshMinistries Inc. to combat world hunger.

Jehovah’s Witnesses Convention in Frederiksted Sunday

The Jehovah's Witnesses will hold a one-day convention at their Assembly Hall at 23C North Carlton Road, Frederiksted on Sunday, Oct. 21.

Church of God in Christ Donates Relief Supplies to Lutheran Social Services

On Wednesday, July 11, the New Jersey- based church brought 18 large boxes filled with personal hygiene items, foot wear, hospital gowns, and new and gently-used clothing for the residents at Ebenezer Gardens.

Senate President and Lawmakers Meet With Israeli Ambassador

Ambassador Dani Dayan, consul general of Israel in New York, spoke briefly before the Legislature of the Virgin Islands led by Senate President Myron D. Jackson as part of a three-day visit to the territory to build diplomatic relations.

Baha’is to Commemorate Beginning of Their Faith on May 23

The Bahá’í Faith began with the mission of two divine messengers, The Báb and Bahá’u’lláh. The Báb was the Herald who prepared the way for the coming of Bahá’u’lláh.

Long-Term Recovery Groups Help Address Unmet Needs of Virgin Islanders

Long-Term Recovery Groups (LTRG) will continue to bring people together to support grassroots recovery efforts and find solutions for some of the major challenges Virgin Islanders continue to face after the disasters.

Baha’i Invite All to Celebration of the Birth of Baha’u’llah, Oct. 22

The Baha’I community will share with its friends and neighbors the significance of Baha'u'llah's life and teachings of unity, with the goal of inspiring the entire community to find ways to work together in service to mankind.

St. Thomas Reformed Church Gives Update on Hurricane Relief

St. Thomas Reformed Church has answered the call and will continue the good work that has been started until the island is fully recovered -- likely a multi-year process.
Rabbi Feshbach

St. Thomas Welcomes Rabbi Michael Feshbach

The Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas is delighted to announce the arrival of Michael Feshbach as its new rabbi, beginning in July. Rabbi Feshbach comes...

Baha’is Celebrate Nine Holidays Each Year

The Baha’is of the Virgin Islands brought in the Baha’i New Year with prayers and festivities on March 19.

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VIPD 2018-1 -- take the oath of office Friday morning at the Leonard Francis Armory. The second class of police cadets, the first on St. Thomas for the year, includes three members of the Virgin Islands Police Department, peace officers serving in the Executive Security Unit, Superior Court Marshalls, VI Port Authority, Taxi Commission and the Department of Justice. There are also four new officers for the Bureau of Corrections.
VIPD Territorial Police Chief Winsbut Mc Farlane congratulated the recruits for successfully completing seven months of rigorous training.
Superior Court Judge Harold Willocks administered the oath of office as police brass, friends and family looked on.
The first class of recruits graduated Wednesday on St. Croix.
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