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BCB TEACHERS WALK OUT, CLASSES DISMISSED

Bertha C. Boschulte Middle School students were dismissed Friday morning after a large number of the teachers failed to appear for classes. Teachers union boss Glen Smith said the action was "not a union-sponsored activity" but a case of teachers "taking the leadership on issues."

SIBILLY HEARING RAISES MORE QUESTIONS, DEMANDS

After five hours of testimony Thursday night, parents and others concerned about the water contamination problems at Joseph Sibilly School and its James Monroe Annex knew little more than they had known before.

'HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AUNT BLANCHE'

"Blanche Mary Joseph Sasso, my maternal great-aunt, will be 100 years old on Sept. 15," writes Catherine Lockhart-Mills in a tribute to a strong and remarkable woman.

FLOYD NOW A HURRICANE, STILL EXPECTED TO GO NORTH

Hurricane Floyd, upgraded overnight from tropical storm status, was located about 210 miles east-northeast of Barbuda as of 8 a.m. Friday. It was moving on a west-northwest track that, if sustained as expected, will take it north of the Virgin Islands.

FLOYD NOW A HURRICANE, STILL EXPECTED TO GO NORTH

Hurricane Floyd, upgraded overnight from tropical storm status, was located about 210 miles east-northeast of Barbuda as of 8 a.m. Friday. It was moving on a west-northwest track that, if sustained as expected, will take it north of the Virgin Islands.

AFT SETS BUDGET PROTEST RALLY

The local chapter of the American Federation of Teachers has scheduled a school-day morning rally at the Legislature Building on Wednesday, Sept. 15, to protest budget issues.

MEETINGS SET FOR KIRWAN PARENTS, GUARDIANS

There will be mandatory meetings of Kirwan Terrace School parents and guardians on Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 15 and 16.

DELEGATE DECRIES PROPOSED FEDERAL CUTS

Delegate Donna Christian-Christensen says federal Housing and Urban Development Department cuts for fiscal year 2000 in an appropriations act passed by Congress could leave some Virgin Islanders without a roof over their heads.

PROTESTERS MARCH ON F’STED SENATE CHAMBERS

More than 100 raucous protesters marched on the Legislature in Frederiksted Thursday to voice their displeasure with the Beal land swap and other government issues.

UNITED WAY GOING FOR HALF A MILLION DOLLARS

On Oct. 1, the United Way of St. Thomas-St. John will embark on its most ambitious campaign yet -- to raise half a million dollars to support local human services agencies.

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