The Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital governing board on Wednesday received an update on finances and progress towards reaching compliance with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Those most in need will keep having limited access to mental health and dental care, and students will see classrooms without teachers this fall, unless the territory finds more money, senators heard Tuesday.
The Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of same sex marriage equality is clear and makes “null and void” local law that defines marriage as only a union between a man and woman, Gov. Kenneth Mapp said.
Crime Stoppers USVI announced Monday it is closing shop, saying arrests and convictions from tips have slowed down so much that people are not bothering to call in as much anymore.
Love City athlete Matt Crafts, a veteran triathlete and no stranger to local winner’s podiums, handily won the St. John Festival Bike Race Saturday. St. Thomas’ Janelle Zachman topped the women's field and finished fourth overall.
Around 15 people with disabilities, as well as care givers had the opportunity to voice their concerns to representatives of different government agencies about services during a town hall meeting on compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The local charitable organization My Brother's Workshop hopes to set up a center to teach carpentry and other trades to St. Croix youth, and legislation giving them free use of a government-owned complex in Kingshill is enacted into law.
The V.I. Fire Service is racking up millions of dollars in overtime expenses that are not funded in its budget and Fire Service cannot reduce overtime without more firefighters and more funding.
Charlotte Amalie High School students raised funds for a St. Croix teenager with a rare form of cancer – Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma of the left maxillary sinus cavity.
There is no funding for witness protection and, without more money for overtime, police will have no choice but to "curtail" some activities, according to the V.I. Police commissioner.