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Virtue of the Week: Respect

We show respect by speaking and acting with courtesy. We treat others with dignity, and honor the rules of family, school and nation. Respect yourself, and others will respect you.

St. Joseph’s, Ole Miss, NC State Win on Paradise Jam Opening Day

This year’s Paradise Jam Basketball Tournament kicked off Friday as residents packed into the UVI Sports and Fitness Center to kick off their weekend with some highly anticipated college play.

Gaming Company Gaming Legislature?

Although law prohibits casino principals, agents or intermediaries from making political donations, a family member connected to VIGL Operations, slated to take over USVI racetracks, donated to at least two senatorial campaigns.

The Bookworm: ‘Brief Histories of Everyday Objects’

Imagine the first person who created a toothbrush. Better yet – imagine life before a toothbrush. Think about it: getting your mouth minty-fresh wasn’t exactly easy with twigs or rags.

V.I. Murder Suspect Picked Up in North Carolina

Cymari Fredericks, 21, a suspect in a 2014 St. Thomas murder, was arrested Saturday in North Carolina on information provided by the National Crime Information Center, the VIPD reported.

Two Men Shot at Oswald Harris Court

Two men were injured by gunfire when shots broke out Wednesday evening at Oswald Harris Court, the V.I. Police Department reported.

Police Seek Assistance Locating Runaway Minor

The V.I. Police Department asked the public's assistance Thursday in locating a St. Thomas runaway minor. Tyrone Jared Doss, 17, left his home Nov. 10 to attend school and never returned.

Baird Butler Catches 76.3 Pound Wahoo in VIGFC 2016 Wahoo Windup

St. Thomas angler Adrianne Baird Butler thought she had forgotten how to reel in a fish during her two-year hiatus from sports fishing following the birth of her daughter. Instead, the problem was that she had hooked into a whopper wahoo.

Arbitrator Rejects Government’s Claims in Dispute Over South Shore Litigations

An independent arbitrator has rejected the V.I. Government’s claims that the law firm it hired for complex environmental litigations against industrial polluters on St. Croix charged improper fees.

Propane Contract Gets $10 Million Bump

The governing board of the V.I. Water and Power Authority authorized Wednesday another $10 million for its propane conversion project contract with Vitol Virgin Islands Corp.





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