If an individual or someone who has a disability, who lives with or aids the disabled, and or persons who are interested in the services that Regional offers, he or she is invited to attend.
Schneider Regional Medical Center opened its doors on Wednesday for its Open House and Career Day, an event that’s part of a larger campaign to augment its staffing numbers decimated by the 2017 hurricanes.
Government-owned artworks by St. Thomas-born painter Camille Pissarro, which officials declined to state the location of in the year after Hurricanes Irma and Maria, are safe and on display at the Governor’s Office in Christiansted, Gov. Kenneth Mapp said in a press release Wednesday.
The septage receiving area at the Mangrove Lagoon Wastewater Treatment Plant has reopened.
Tourism Commissioner Beverly Nicholson-Doty resigns after 12 years as Commissioner of Tourism.
Governor-elect Albert Bryan Jr. and Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett are concerned no major government infrastructure rebuilding contracts have gone out to bid.
Now that the project is continuing, road and lane closures will be necessary.
The 66th annual Miss St. Croix Festival Queen Pageant Pageant will kick off at 4 p.m. Sunday in the Divi Casino Ballroom Sunday, with two contestants vying for the honor of representing St. Croix in Crucian Christmas Festival events.
Eleven of the 15 incoming senators to the 33rd Legislature formed a majority caucus Wednesday, naming Sen. Marvin Blyden as majority leader and returning Sen. Kenneth Gittens as Senate president.
Attorney General Claude Walker resigned the post of attorney general in the U.S. Virgin Islands, effective Dec. 8. Deputy Attorney General Joseph Ponteen has been named acting attorney general.