Labor leaders have told Gov. Charles W. Turnbull "point blank" not to send the Prosser-V.I. land-for-tax-breaks agreement to the 23rd Legislature, the president of the Central Labor Council said Tuesday.
The month of May has been proclaimed "Mental Health Month" by Governor Charles W. Turnbull.
Governor Charles W. Turnbull has proclaimed the month of May as "Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month" in the Virgin Islands.
A shooting very early Tuesday morning marred the otherwise record-breaking opening of Carnival Village.
The American Red Cross St. Thomas/St. John Chapter reminds the public to renew their course certification if it is about to expire.
Personality power made up for lack of WAPA power Monday night as the opening of Champagneville drew a record crowd. The sun was setting on the Carnival Village with not one light to be seen, but that did not stop the crowd gathering for the opening presentation of honors to William "Champagne" Chandler.
Former NRA markmanship award winner says we have to keep the dialogue alive about banishing handguns and automatic weapons from America.
Charlotte Amalie High School students were sent home Monday morning due to lack of water at the school. At least part of the water problem was a result of work being done on leaks in the system. Classes are to resume Tuesday.
Senator Lorraine L. Berry requests the pleasure of your company at a Mother's Day Luncheon from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 9, at Wyndham Sugar Bay.
Eleuteria Roberts, acting Labor commissioner, has extended the due date for employers filing their first quarter unemployment insurance contribution to May 7, without penalty.