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VITEMA to Distribute Atlantic Hurricane Tracking Maps for 2021

The Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency will be distributing 6,000 free Hurricane Tracking Maps on all four islands for use by the public.
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BIR and Finance Send Out $25M in $1,400 Stimulus Checks

This week’s distribution of $24.9 million in federal funds from President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan is the first of a number of 10,000-check batches of stimulus funds that are being sent out.

DHS Recognizes National Foster Care Month

The public's support for children in foster care is available in a variety of ways through individual and corporate support that includes advocacy, mentoring, sponsorship, visiting and volunteering.

Coral World Ocean Park Welcomes Two New Dolphins

The dolphins, Cavello and Nola, join the four current residents – Liko, Noelani, Sonny and Ping.

Governor Bryan Requests Extension to State of Emergency

The current State of Emergency extension is set to expire on Friday, May 7, and the governor is requesting an extension.
Police Commissioner nominee Trevor Velinor (ATF photo)

Op-Ed: We Must Work Together to Address Crime

Trevor Velinor gives his perspective on being the police commissioner and enumerates the many ways the public and VIPD can work together to bring down crime in the territory.

The Virgin Islands Cycling Federation Hosts ‘Anything Goes Race’

On Sunday morning, cyclists were free to ride any type of bike on any preferred course to get from La Valle on St. Croix's North Shore Road to the National Guard building in Sprat Hall, Frederiksted.

Smith Makes Third on V.I. All-Time Female 800-meter Runners List

Competing in Kentucky, St. Croix Track Club veteran Mikaela Smith, who runs for Austin Peay State University, won her heat in the 800-meter and...

Open Forum: Problems in Paradise: USVI Not all Seashells and Sunsets.

Stephen DePaula Jr. writes: "We ignored the warning signs, the Trip Advisor reviews, and the facts. As a result, we were assaulted at gunpoint and robbed."

UVI Webinar Series Celebrates Earth Day

To celebrate Earth Day this year, the University of the Virgin Islands and its partners will co-host a series of webinars and community conversations.





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