The two Delaware boys sickened in March remain hospitalized and in critical condition after the St. Thomas pesticide company Terminix fumigated a St. John condo unit where the boys' family was staying.
Five promising math and science-focused CAHS students entered into the fray of the National Science Bowl in Washington, D.C., on Sunday, competing head-to-head against the top high schools in the country.
June Archibald, one of the island's most well-loved communicators and activists, died Monday morning at her home, leaving the community bereft.
St. Thomas shorelines are being impacted once again by the invasive seaweed known as sargassum, and the news for its demise isn’t encouraging for the immediate future.
After meeting with Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital executives recently, disability rights advocates said they were "very pleased" with "significant progress" in mental health care at the St. Croix hospital.
First-time competitors won both the men's and women's divisions in the 27th Captain Morgan Ironman 70.3 Triathlon Sunday in a race that saw close battles among both the leading men and women.
On a quiet street in Frenchtown sits a small building housing a small museum. But it is not by any means a small thing; filled with more than memorabalia, it is a living, vital part of the community.
Majorettes, calypsonians, Carnival royalty, pan bands, single entry floats and troupes in full pageantry delighted revelers Saturday for the 63rd annual St. Thomas Carnival Adult Parade.
From madras costumes to quelbe dancing in the middle of Market Square, groups participating in Friday's Children's Parade showed off exactly what this year's “Culture to the Extreme” Carnival theme meant to them.
Two Virgin Islands National Guard soldiers were arrested Thursday after a federal grand jury indicted them on charges of wire fraud, theft of government money, and making false statements to the government, U.S. Attorney Ronald W. Sharpe announced Friday.