Before the pandemic, Susannaberg, the formerly quiet part of St. John, offered no more than one place to stop for food and drink. Now five thriving outdoor venues are within a quarter-mile of each other.
When island ponds dry up, trapped fish provide a short-lived bonanza for egrets, herons and other wading birds.
In January, outgoing British Virgin Islands Gov. Augustus Jaspert announced a commission of inquiry into public corruption and the commission is asking anyone with any information that to call or email them.
A new report by the Disability Rights Center of the Virgin Islands lays out in damning detail the crippling health care disparities suffered by the U.S. citizens of America’s overseas territories and offers recommendations to end the discrimination upheld for decades. Congressional reform of Medicaid funding is crucial, the report concludes.
In honor of Earth Day this month, some incredible St. John partners have teamed up to offer an amazing vacation raffle to benefit Island Green Living Association, a local non-profit.
An island in the middle of the Caribbean Sea is an idyllic place to live and visit, but islands can be particularly vulnerable to marine debris.
"Cher’rell, find my faddah for me" are the words that began Cheryl Holmes-Miller's search into a U.S. Virgin Islands family story that began in 1917.
The government agency that registers and protects inventions across the U.S. says dozens of patents have been awarded to Virgin Islanders over more than 50 years.
The Economic Development Authority revealed the U.S. Virgin Islands' 20-year economic strategy in a virtual presentation on Tuesday.
Former Sen. Myron Jackson was on hand Monday as the large bust of King Christian IX was removed from Emancipation Garden to make way for the Conch Shell Blower – a statue that better reflects the name and history of the square.