Attorney General Denise George joined a bipartisan coalition of 29 attorneys general, in urging the U.S. Senate to pass a new relief bill that would give parity to all federal school loan borrowers.
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. has signed into law a bill amending the V.I. Code regarding the authorization of administrative leave during medical pandemics or medical states of emergency.
V.I. Department of Public Works continues the enforcement of roadside advertisement regulations, which has resulted in the removal of unauthorized signs along the public roadways in both districts.
In the wake of a 78 percent one-week jump in St. Thomas COVID-19 cases, Gov. Bryan is holding a press conference at 1 p.m. Thursday where new restrictions are expected to be announced.
The residents who tested negative will be relocated to non-congregate sheltering to try to maintain their negative status and good health.
The new online appointment system will allow customers to make appointments completely online, from anywhere, for driver’s licenses, identification cards, disabled person placards, learners’ permits, written tests and road tests.
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. encourages residents in the community to tune in and call in with questions, ideas or comments.
Voter registration resumed in both districts on Thursday, Aug. 6. Due to COVID-19, the offices are currently operating on the following schedule.
As cases across the territory continue to rise, DHS remains vigilant in its screening, educating and monitoring of staff and clients.
When completed, the substation will function at full capacity providing more stable and reliable electrical service to the east end of St. Thomas and on St. John.