As the top federal law-enforcement official in the U.S. Virgin Islands, U.S. Attorney Gretchen Shappert takes her mandate to secure U.S. borders seriosuly, but she knows that in the islands, “A wall will not stop the problem.”
The Gallows Bay project, stalled since 2014, is one of many V. I. Port Authority projects that are about ready to resume or begin, VIPA's acting executive director Damian Cartwright told the Senate Committee on Economic Development Wednesday.
Here are the latest updates to the American Airlines USVI flight schedule: 13 March - AA 2317 inbound to STX from MIA is cancelled. 14 March...
While water service was back on St. Croix's west side, albeit with low pressure as of Wednesday afternoon, multiple days of low to no water pressure in Frederiksted has frustrated residents and hampered local restaurants serving the tourist and local community.
Kamal Latham, chief executive officer of the V.I. Economic Development Authority, had it easy at the Committee Economic Development and Agriculture hearing Wednesday – until the senators from St. Croix began asking questions.
Michael Hendrickson will spend the next 20 years behind bars as punishment for killing Dwight Green during an argument over unpaid wages, according to a news release from the V.I. Department of Justice.
Acting Police Commissioner Jason K. Marsh has started the “Do the Right Thing" Vehicle Enforcement Campaign, in which the V.I. Police Department will increase enforcement of all unregistered vehicles and unlicensed drivers in the territory, rewarding people who have their papers in order.
Against the backdrop of a second crash involving a Boeing 737 Max 8 and a grounding of that aircraft type in a number of international locales, one domestic carrier whose flights call on both St. Thomas and St. Croix operated daily flights to the territory over the last two days using the same aircraft.
Denise Lewis, acting director of the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency, told lawmakers on Tuesday that her department is 100 percent ready for the next hurricane, but highlighted gaps that affect the agency’s ability to respond to disasters.
Investigators with the V.I. Fire Service returned to the scene of two blazes that broke out Sunday morning in Charlotte Amalie. The storeroom of a restaurant/jazz club and and a commercial property under construction suffered significant damage.