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Man Killed in ‘Targeted’ Daylight Shooting

A 26-year-old St. Croix man was killed Saturday in a daylight shooting at a crowded shopping area in what the V.I. Police called a...
Staff at The Fruit Bowl on St. Thomas sport their Shades of Pink love buttons.

Cancer Support V.I. Raised More Than $115,000 in Month-long Drive

Cancer Support Virgin Islands, a group that provides financial assistance to U.S. Virgin Islands cancer patients, reported that it raised more than $115,000 in its October fund drive.

St. Croix Hosts Thirtieth Triathlon

St. Croix drew athletes from across the globe to take part in the thirtieth anniversary of the island’s Triathlon Sunday.

Three More Arrests For Undeclared Cash Brought Over on Tortola Ferry

Three more people have been charged for not declaring thousands of dollars in cash brought into the territory via the Tortola ferry.

Man Charged in Relation to Forced Prostitution of a Minor

One man has been charged and another man's name is redacted in relation to a 17-year old minor female being coerced into prostitution on St. Croix.
A ruined sailboat by Hook Line and Sinker after Hurricane Marilyn. The incoming Bryan-Roach administration plans to address the threat that global climate change poses to the territory. (File photo by Molly Morris)

Climate Change in Virgin Islands Gets Renewed Focus

The U.S. Virgin Islands government's focus on global climate change has been spotty in the 21st century but two intense hurricanes and a federal report may strengthen the focus again.

No Suspect in Cruz Bay Animal Cruelty Case; Animal Rescue Worker Menaced

Four days after police received a report about suspected animal abuse in Coral Bay, there is little indication that a suspect has been identified, according to records at the island’s only police station.
From left, EDC Board Chairman Jose Penn, Vice Chairman Philip Payne and EDA CEO Kamal Latham listen to testifiers during Tuesday’s show of cause hearing.

EDC Confusion Puts V.I. Businessman in a Bind

Inner Circle Logistics, owned by local businessman Johann Clendenin, got its Economic Development Commission certificate in 2009, but has never used the EDC benefits, which expire within the month.
Lt. Gov.-elect Tregenza Roach. (File photo by Barry Leerman for the V.I. Legislature)

Bryan Names More Transition Members

Governor-elect Albert Bryan has named individuals who will lead 10 transition assessment teams to provide the incoming administration with detailed analyses of the current state of the government.
Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett (D-VI) met with the Veterans Affairs Administration and local veterans service organizations in her St. Thomas office Monday. (Photo from Delegate Stacey Plaskett's office)

Plaskett Meets with Veterans Orgs

Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett (D-VI) met with the Veterans Affairs Administration and local veterans service organizations in her St. Thomas office Monday.

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