After more than a year’s delay, the Diocese of St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands Inc. finally got a chance to present its plan to build a chapel and three other structures on its 2.83-acre site in Estate Carolina in Coral Bay.
The V.I. government has settled its civil suit against the estate of Jeffrey Epstein for $105 million, Attorney General Denise George announced Wednesday. It is believed to be the largest monetary settlement in the history of the territory, the Justice Department said.
The U.S. Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority got permission Wednesday to explore buying fuel from three alternative providers. It’s an effort to keep the lights on after the long-time preferred supplier cut off propane deliveries over a dispute about, what the Authority calls, an unrelated debt.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - Caribbean Fishery Bulletin reminds the public of seasonal fishing restrictions in U.S. Caribbean federal waters which will begin at 12:01 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 1.
As the 2022 holiday season kicks into high gear, the Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority joins the nationwide effort to inspire communities to shop locally at small businesses on Small Business Saturday — Nov. 26. — one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year.
VIHFA has conducted an evaluation of the potential effect that its activity in the floodplain will have on the human environment for the Own a Lot, Build a Home Program funded under the Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery Program.
Government House Communications Director Richard Motta was hit with question after question from reporters Monday about Vitol, the Water and Power Authority’s primary fuel supplier, and its intention to suspend delivery of propane to the territory. But he had few answers.
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