The VIPD, Fire Service and Bureau of Corrections are all currently short-staffed and taking extra steps to increase recruitment even as government budgets are cut, agency officials reported Tuesday.
Balbo Construction owner Gerard Castor was sentenced this week to a one year suspended prison term, a $10,000 fine and 200 community service hours for failure to collect or pay taxes.
A new critical care air ambulance service promising to revolutionize emergency medical transport in the Virgin Islands held its ribbon-cutting ceremony at the St. Thomas Jet Center on Tuesday.
The investigation continued Tuesday into how four Delaware residents on vacation at Sirenusa condominiums on St. John came to suffer what appears to be chemical poisoning.
Tanya Singh makes no bones about where she stands. "I want my NPR,” says the CEO of V.I. Public Television System WTJX channel 12 on the station’s newly created webpage.
A multi-island Charter Day kickoff event on Tuesday celebrated the role the University of the Virgin Islands has continued to play in improving the quality of life in the territory.
The EPA and DPNR are investigating what appears to be chemical poisoning by a pesticide that affected four members of a vacationing family from Delaware. The pesticide was identified as methyl bromide.
The Public Finance Authority Board of Directors voted during its monthly meeting Monday to contract with T&M Protection Resources to assess the territory’s law enforcement agencies.
The 37th Special Olympics Tri-Island Games and Law Enforcement Torch Run is scheduled for Saturday at the CAHS track, beginning with the torch run from the Coast Guard Station at 9 a.m.
Over the last nine years, the dedicated women who sponsor the 'Dinner and a Cause' fundraisers on St. Thomas have collected more than $240,000 and distributed it all to local grassroot charities.