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CFVI, Carnival Cruise Line to Unveil Revitalized Play Facilities at Griffith Park

Funding for the project was provided through a generous donation to CFVI from Carnival Cruise Line, which had contacted both CFVI and the V.I. Department of Tourism shortly after the 2017 hurricanes to see how they could contribute to recovery efforts.

Bryan Names Calvert White Commissioner of Sports, Parks, and Recreation

Gov. Albert Bryan announced St. Thomas native and former professional basketball player and mainstay on the Virgin Islands National Team Calvert White as Commissioner...

WAPA Board Authorizes Agreement for Operation of New Generating Units at Harley Plant

WAPA authorized its entering into a shared operations and maintenance agreement with Wartsila Caribbean for the operation of three new generating units at the Randolph Harley Power Plant.

Interior Approves $250,000 Energy Grant for USVI’s WAPA

The Department of the Interior’s grant will serve as a necessary comprehensive decision support tool and road map for helping WAPA provide reliable and least-cost electric service to all customers.

Interior Initiatives to Develop Financial, Leadership Capacity in Pacific and USVI

During the first quarter of 2019, the program awarded 4,412 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours to 280 participants from all seven island areas through formal classroom training.

Bryan Names Ray Martinez to Head the Law Enforcement Planning Commission.

Gov. Albert Bryan named former Police Department Intelligence Director Ray Martinez director of the Law Enforcement Planning Committee, Government House announced Monday.

Water Outage Scheduled for Nadir, Thomasville, Bovoni

On Saturday, April 13, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., potable water customers from Nadir to Thomasville, including the Bovoni housing community, will experience water service interruptions, according to a notice from the Water and Power Authority.

BMV Announces New Procedure for Inspection of Vehicles

Vehicles in the U.S. Virgin Islands that are seven to eleven years old must be re-inspected every two years, which means that these vehicles will be inspected when they are seven years old, nine years old and 11 years old.

Gov. Bryan Nominates Gallivan to Superior Court Judgeship

Gov. Albert Bryan announced Tuesday the appointment of Jessica Gallivan and the reappointment of Judges Debra Watlington, Douglas Brady and Kathleen Mackay to V.I....

St. Thomas BMV Now Requires Appointments For Written Driver Test

Effective immediately, an appointment is required to take the written test to obtain a driver's license, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles announced Monday.





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