The U.S. House of Representatives passed Delegate Stacey Plaskett's bill creating a V.I. centennial commission, paving the way for Congress to assist in raising the profile of Transfer Day 2017.
A temporary, voluntary compensation committee will be created to consider pay raises for some government officials and judges if a bill approved Wednesday by the Rules Committee becomes law.
Human Services is "directed" to develop a "comprehensive care program for females in the Youth Rehabilitation Center and the Juvenile Justice System" in a bill approved by the Rules Committee.
The Congressional Black Caucus joined Delegate Stacey Plaskett in encouraging President Barack Obama to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands before the end of his term this year, according to Plaskett's office.
Some government officials, cabinet members and judges will be up for pay raises every four years, with pay set by a compensation committee, if a bill approved in committee becomes law.
The opening of the Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority’s (VIWMA) Mandahl Convenience Center has been delayed. The new convenience center was tentatively scheduled to...
The federal government is seeking $2.5 million dollars from the local government and VIWMA for penalties it accumulated through October 2015 for not complying with the consent decrees.
Lt. Gov. Osbert Potter will be leaving the territory March 22 to attend the National Lieutenant Governor’s Association Federal-State Relations Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Lt. Gov. Osbert Potter, acting as governor, has signed into law a bill to allow the government to pay temporarily officials on loan from the federal government at higher than usual salaries.
Gov. Kenneth Mapp and a majority of V.I. legislators are in Florida this week networking and attending seminars at the annual Seatrade Cruise Global Conference in Fort Lauderdale.