Kirk Grybowski admonishes a group of young people to listen in order to learn.
May is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The St.Thomas/St.John Unit of the American Cancer Society is offering low cost mammogram certificates.
Individuals or groups that sell items such as flowers for special events like Mothers Day, Valentines Day, etc., are advised that a business license is required.
The month of May has been proclaimed "Older Americans Month" in the Virgin Islands by Governor Charles W. Turnbull.
The 1999 Congressional Black Caucus Spring Health Braintrust "Reducing the Disparities: Making the Healthcare Delivery System Work for African Americans" is being broadcast on the internet through June 30 at www.urbanhealthcast.com/cbcbraintrust.html.
Economic development forums on access to business financing will be held for V.I. businesses at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 5, at the Federal Building Conference Room in St. Thomas and at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 6, at the Buccaneer Hotel Beach Conference in St. Croix.
Minority students enrolled in full-time undergraduate and graduate college programs in one of the technical sciences or engineering disciplines are eligible to apply for the Xerox Technical Minority Scholarship Program.
In a 10-2 vote Tuesday, the Senate passed a bill to give the territory's hospitals the power to manage their finances, personnel, purchasing and billing in-house, without the burdensome bureaucracy of the government.
Ian Williams Jr., the cop who was arrested on charges of assault and witness tampering and was twice denied bail, was released Tuesday by a federal magistrate on $100,000 bail.
In a day-long session Tuesday, the Senate confirmed seven of eight nominees for Cabinet posts in the Turnbull-James administration.