American Airlines will expand its service to the U.S. Virgin islands to meet increased demand for summertime travel, Tourism Commissioner Joseph Boschulte announced Sunday.
Perfect conditions with 15 to 20 knots of breeze out of the east, keen competition and professionally set race courses combined to make the 2021 St. Thomas International Regatta a winner, organizers reported.
Women have always been active in the sport of politics in the Virgin Islands. They are at the forefront of running campaigns, raising money through fish fries and manning the phones and campaign headquarters.
Without a doubt, the place to take in the sunset on St. John is the Windmill Bar in Susannaberg. This outdoor venue with an intact windmill has become a gathering spot for music, drinks, food and a jaw-dropping view.
The V.I. Department of Health announced Saturday that the territory has passed the 25,000 mark for persons vaccinated for COVID-19. The achievement puts the territory on target to meet Gov. Albert Bryan’s goal of having 50,000 people vaccinated by July 1.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. on Thursday signed two bills into law, approving a five- year moratorium on issuing all permits for the construction and operation of gas stations and a bill appropriating money to buy land for the reconstruction of Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital.
A whole community effort led to 155 COVID-19 vaccine dosages administered at the Morris de Castro Clinic in Cruz Bay on March 20, according to a news release issued Friday by the Federal Emergencvy Management Agency.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have slowed down tourism in the islands for a while, but you’d never know it if you travel through St. John these days.
Opening a fine dining establishment in the midst of a pandemic may sound like a kooky idea, but the story of the genesis of Shaibu’s Garden Oasis makes it easy to understand how the restaurant owners have managed such a successful launch.
After further investigating the cause of death and ensuring notification of next of kin, the V.I. Department of Health confirmed the territory’s 26th death related to COVID-19 Thursday. The deceased is a 55-year-old female on St. Croix.