A review of the V.I. Port Authority’s financials show that the agency emerged from the past fiscal year with a $9 million operating loss, according to staff members.
Divers have been working around the clock to remove a set of 60 undersea dock piles that VIPA officials said are holding up the completion of the Crown Bay dredging project on St. Thomas.
Improving regulatory control over the use of pesticides in the territory is a top priority of the EPA and DPNR, officials from both agencies said Wednesday.
Gov. Kenneth Mapp has appointed former V.I. Fire Service Director Merwin Potter to replace Larry Boschulte as St. Thomas-Water Island Administrator. Boschulte resigned earlier this week.
Delegate Stacey Plaskett has requested a meeting with Hess Corporation Chief Executive Officer John Hess regarding the company’s plans, proposals and processes with respect to the refinery.
The Legislature and Department of Public Works are hoping to put steel roofs and lighting over the public basketball courts in Frederiksted's Estate Profit and in Estate Grove, in the center of St. Croix.
An open house held Tuesday focused on the benefits of the of EDA’s eligible supplier program, which officials said helps level the playing field for local businesses trying to compete.
A conference on Climate Change in the Caribbean this week in San Juan is being hosted by the V.I. government, the Puerto Rico government, the EPA, NOAA, the U.S. Forest Service and Interior.
While it looks like it’s been snowing butterflies for the last few weeks across the territory, it’s a normal occurrence for this time of year, a biologist in that field said Tuesday.
The St. Croix campus of the University of the Virgin Islands will be offering a full bachelor's degree program in nursing, starting in 2016, if all goes according to plan.