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Delegate to Congress Stacey Plasket questions Michael Cohen Wednesday during the House Government Oversight Committee's hearing.

V.I. Department of Health Gets $1 Million Grant

The V.I. Department of Health has been granted $1 million for its Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Prevention and Control of Emerging Infectious Diseases, Delegate to Stacey E. Plaskett announced Monday in a news release.
VINP Ranger Dave Worthington explains a drawing of the plans while Chelsea Baraowski and Tonia Lovejoy,, standing, and Zarah Rose and Crystal George, seated, look on. (Source photo by Amy Roberts)

VINP Friends Seek Input for Cruz Bay Playground

A replica of a Taino canoe and a climbing structure in the form of Cruz Bay’s old Custom’s House are just two of the features being considered for the renovation of the playground next to the V.I. National Park’s Visitors Center.
Intern Armani Doward shows the bottom of the cabin wall. Coral blocks make up much of the building materials in the walls. These cabins were in use from the mid 1700s until the 1960s, giving a great opportunity to explore the living conditions over time. (Source photo by Linda Morland)

Archaeology Open House Brings the Past to Life

An afternoon gave visitors a chance to look into the past, as the Society of Black Archaeologists held an open house of its multi-year, sustainable archaeology project at Estate Little Princess.
Sen. Alicia Barnes expresses frustration with the representative from various government agencies testifying Wednesday on hurricane preparedness. (Photo by Barry Leerdam, USVI Legislature)

Barnes to Return Campaign Money from Epstein’s EDC Company

Sen. Alicia Barnes (D-STX) will return $1,000 in campaign contributions to a company owned by billionaire Jeffrey Epstein following the billionaire’s high-profile arrest on sex trafficking and child molestation charges.

Mask Project Promotes Connections Between Arts and Mental Health

Creators of the 'Masks in the Aftermath' project want to take it to the next level, exploring how the arts can be integrated with mental health programs in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Survey Focuses on USVI Self-Determination, Constitution

The University of the Virgin Islands is conducting an educational survey seeking to understand public views on self-determination and related issues and wants input from people who have lived in the territory for at least three years.
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