Under a clear and sunny Thanksgiving sky, 33 volunteers came together to spread the love by donating their time and energy – carving hams and turkeys, scooping up macaroni and cheese with rice and veggies and making the day a happy one for many folks on St. Croix.
On Wednesday, the Water and Power Authority Governing Board denied payment of over $1 million to fulfill a contractual obligation to Aggreko, supplier of leased generators, after hearing news of legislation that could strip the Authority’s funding source.
A group of legal scholars recently gathered in cyberspace to honor the contributions of the late Appeals Court Judge Juan Torruella, best known for his writings about the Insular Cases.
While there is currently no established transmission of dengue in the territory, according to the V.I. Department of Health, Territorial Epidemiologist Ester Ellis is mindful of the ever-present threat.
The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers to ring bells encouraging passersby to drop change into the iconic red kettles seen during the holiday season, a fundraising tradition dating back to 1891.
Free-spirited, modern, bohemian and cozy are some of the words used to describe Kasavah, a new St. Croix-based clothing line catering to small children and women.
“Thanks for calling Vision 2040,” was a familiar refrain as Economic Development Authority CEO Wayne Biggs Jr. fielded phone calls and online comments Monday evening during a virtual town hall.
As the territory’s COVID numbers creep up, Gov. Albert Bryan, Jr. said extra precautions are necessary to avoid a shutdown, particularly as holiday travel and visitors arriving on the islands increase the threat of infection.
A unanimous vote of approval from the Economic Development Authority board put the owners of the Frenchman’s Reef Resort one step closer to being able to use room taxes to reimburse a portion of reconstruction and upgrades to Noni Beach.
Clema Lewis, executive director of the Women's Coalition of St. Croix, encouraged residents to take part in the remaining three installments of the group's virtual seminars on racism scheduled for December, January and February.