Last summer National Geographic explorer and underwater photographer Brian Sperry spent time on and around St. Croix, photographing the island’s tropical marine life for the February issue.
Gov. Kenneth Mapp nominated acting Human Services Commissioner Felecia Blyden this week to formally fill that post.
As a nation, we are now led by people who have spent their lives giving those who were down a swift kick. And, for them, so much the better if the weak and vulnerable are mostly not white.
The Virgin Islands Sailing Association (VISA) has awarded Cy Thompson, two-time Olympic Laser sailor, the coveted title of ‘Virgin Islands Sailor of the Year’ for 2016.
Practicing justice is being fair. It is solving problems so everyone wins. You don't prejudge. You see people as individuals. ... Being a champion for justice takes courage. Sometimes when you stand for justice, you stand alone.
If President Donald Trump and the GOP Congress have their way and are able to repeal the Affordable Care Act, they should know the direct result would be to refuel this "shocking and inhumane" injustice.
The V.I. Police Department has identified one of the two victims from a Monday night shooting as 32-year-old Angel Luis Melendez.
Delegate Stacey Plaskett has written to the governor that recent closed door meetings held with the Legislature and the business community should have been public and should have included her office.
The Department of Human Services is asking for your help to try to find out the number of homeless people in the territory. Its annual Homeless Point-In-Time survey is this Friday, Jan.27, from 6 a.m.m to 12 midnight.
With several incidents reported Tuesday on St. Thomas, the citizens’ organization that has so far been partnering with local police is calling its own meeting, this time without authorities.