In the wake of protests in cities across the U.S. over the death of George Floyd, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. called on residents to support local police officers as they work to clamp down on a spate of violence.
Hundreds of Virgin Islands Census 2020 enumerators were back knocking on doors Monday, as the territory “reopened” and the decennial count resumed.
While thermal sensors are being installed at the territory’s airports and seaports, they won’t be able to detect visitors coming in with COVID-19 who are asymptomatic or don’t know they’ve been affected, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. said.
The most hated part of the V.I. Water and Power Authority’s customer bills, the charge that pays for the fuel it buys to generate electricity, is up for PSC review this month and WAPA wants it to remain unchanged for now.
Kishawn Mason, a member of Ivanna Eudora Kean’s back-to-back championship teams, and Re’Kai Creque, a captain of Kean’s rival, CAHS, will continue their football careers together at Edward Waters College.
The V.I. Economic Development Authority board unanimously approved a tax break application from By-the-Sea Resort Properties LLC on May 7 to open a new 68-key independent boutique resort within the 397-acre enclave of The Preserve at Botany Bay.
The Atlantic hurricane season began Monday, a time for wary watchfulness on weather systems coming off the African coast. It’s also a time now to prepare for August and September, when the season is at its height.
The novel coronavirus and the COVID-19 pandemic it created caused the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to suspend all field work involving trapping or handling bats.
Members of the Virgin Islands-Puerto Rico Friendship Committee expressed gratitude to St. Croix’s senior care workers at a ceremony in the gazebo at the Herbert Grigg Home for the Aged.
A St. Croix man was shot and succumbed to his injuries Sunday evening on Market Street in Christiansted, the V.I. Police Department reported. Next of kin identified the dead man as Terrance Leroy James, age 38.