St. Croix attorney Michael Joseph just published a book he believes answers some questions about the so-called Fountain Valley massacre, in which his brother Raphael was one of five men convicted.
Amaraé Blyden-Richards will be the first to say that she is living the life of her dreams though the story is still unfolding.
This book will have you humming along with songs you remember, but what’s most fascinating about this book is seeing how times changed so completely in one year.
Acting DLCA Commissioner Devin Carrington and acting Internal Revenue Bureau Director Marvin Pickering were before the Rules and Judiciary Committee for their nomination hearings. Both were sent on for final votes without opposition.
The V.I. Water and Power Authority dedicated its 4.2 megawatt solar facility on St. Thomas Wednesday during an emotional ceremony held on the site in Estate Donoe.
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St. Croix's Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital asked the V.I. Senate for $10.3 million for its improvement plan, while Schneider Regional Medical Center on St. Thomas boasted of its TJC inspection.
A large financial firm announced Monday that it's suspending lending in the U.S. Virgin Islands, saying the territory's foreclosure process is too slow and uncertain for the company to protect its assets.
Tuesday in Washington, D.C., Delegate Stacey Plaskett pressed federal officials to remember insular territories’ tourism industries while opening to Cuba.
Reports that Hyatt is looking to pull out as operator of the hotel proposed for the bigger Port of Mandahl project were not confirmed nor denied Tuesday, but offiials are discussing what's next.