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Ag Fair Organizers Announce Entertainment Lineup

From the “Big Tent” to the “East Stage,” attendees of the 47th annual Agricultural Fair will get their fill of cultural masqueraders, dancers and a host of local entertainment.
Sept. 19, 2017, satellite photo of Hurricane Maria.

NOAA Predicts an Active Hurricane Season

The hurricane season that begins next week will be an active one, according to a forecast released Thursday by NOAA's Climate Prediction Center.
Funding announced from HUD Tuesday will help the territory repair public facilities like the Tutu Hi-Rise Apartments, condemned after severe damage in last fall's storms. (Bill Kossler photo)

Housing Board Sets Up Recovery Account, Details Tutu Hi Rise Plans

Members of the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners Wednesday approved the establishment of a bank account the authority’s director said will help the agency keep track of hurricane recovery funds.
Attorney General Claude Walker in an April photo, testifying at a V.I. Senate hearing.. (Photo by Barry Leerdam, provided by the V.I. Legislature)

Spike in Drunken Driving Accidents Spurs Officials to Reflect on Laws

Law enforcement officials noted a spike in alcohol-related traffic accidents after 2017's hurricanes, but V.I. Attorney General Claude Walker said in an interview Wednesday he doesn't think the territory's laws on drinking are the source of the problem.

Two Charged with Smuggling Cocaine with Intent to Distribute

Jason Frett, 36, and Ashley Warner, 54, both of Tortola in the British Virgin islands, were arrested Thursday and charged with possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute, U.S. Attorney Gretchen C.F. Shappert announced.

V.I. Good Food Coalition and Caribbean Centers for Boys and Girls Will Host Pop...

The Virgin Islands Good Food Coalition, Inc. and the Caribbean Centers for Boys and Girls Virgin Islands have teamed up to host Pop Up...
Festival royalty, front row, from left: Kyerah Gumbs, 2017 Festival Princess Yamilette Diaz, and A'mrii Jones. Back row, from left: Chenijah Dawson, Nyiesha Somersall, 2017 Miss St. John Festival Queen Jeminie Niles, Jaleah Browne, and Steffany Caro-Rivers.

2018 St. John Festival Royalty Introduced in the Marketplace

Six young ladies were introduced Sunday at the Marketplace as the 2018 St. John Festival Royalty. The event was the contestant’s first appearance as the festival court, and the first event of many in this years St. John Festival season.

June 8 Is Deadline to Sign-Up for Corrections Officer Entrance Exams

The Division of Personnel has announced territory-wide testing for the rank of correction officer. All applications are online and are available at the Division's website.

Veteran Affairs, American Legion Plan Virgin Islands Memorial Day Activities

Listed below are the dates, times and locations of all this year’s Memorial Day weekend events.

V.I. Disaster Survivors Eligible for Additional Federal Disaster Assistance

The assistance allows for additional federal funding for debris removal, emergency protective measures, hazard mitigation and permanent infrastructure restoration in the aftermath of hurricanes Irma and Maria.

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WATCH: Come on board the tall ship Eagle that's docked in St. Thomas near WICO this weekend. The ship is used as an on-the-water classroom for many Coast Guard cadets and is the only active-duty sailing vessel in the U.S. military. The ship is open for tours until 7 p.m. this evening.The Source had the chance this week to tour the Coast Guard's Eagle, a cutter that has hosted several of the territory's Coast Guard trainees. The ship is op... ... See MoreSee Less

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