Social media was abuzz on Sunday with reports of vandalism at the Gifft Hill School. A school staff member reported that during the previous...
The territory's carnivals are changing, and senators at Monday's hearing of the Committee on Culture and Planning debated which of those changes will be good and which might be problematic.
Public health investigators are knocking on doors throughout the Virgin Islands in an attempt to determine the prevalence of leptospirosis, a bacterial disease that made its first appearance in the territory following the hurricanes of 2017.
This March 31, as islanders and Danes commemorate the 102nd anniversary of the transfer of the Virgin Islands from Danish to American rule, OC Publishing will launch Apple Gidley’s latest novel, “Transfer.” No coincidence.
El Nino conditions are present in the northern hemisphere, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said in a report issued Monday, pointing to conditions...
Clouds and a couple of squalls threw windy curve balls across the courses set for the 50-plus boats racing in the 46th St. Thomas International Regatta. STIR, long known as the ‘Crown Jewel of Caribbean Yacht Racing’, lived up to its reputation by delivering professionally-set round-the-rocks and round-the-buoy courses, the natural attributes of wind, sun and seas, and first-class competition and camaraderie.
Virgin Islands musicians can take part this year in NPR's Tiny Desk Contest, which offers a break-through opportunity for the winning entry, according to...
A male suspect being pursued Sunday afternoon by police jumped into Cruz Bay Creek in a failed attempt to avoid arrest, according to witnesses. Assistant Police Chief David Cannonier said officers were following up on reports about a crime at the Gifft Hill School when they encountered a suspect in Cruz Bay.
For a St. Croix man awaiting prosecution on drug and weapons charges, 2019 was not shaping up to be a good year, and then it got worse. A few weeks before the defendant could show up at a Jan. 22 arraignment, he was spotted by a DEA agent.
St. John non-profit Love City Strong deployed its members to various locations on the island Saturday, handing out more than 28,000 bottles of water as part of its community disaster preparation ahead of the 2019 hurricane season.