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Cars work their way up 'The Beast,' one of the best known and most difficult features of the Beauty and the Beast Triathlon. (Photo from Bikesport Michigan)

Triathlon Selects the Special Olympics as a Race Beneficiary

The Beauty & The Beast Triathlon announced Wednesday that the Virgin Islands Special Olympics will be one of the beneficiaries of the 2019 race, which is scheduled for Dec. 8.

Pistarckle Audtions for ‘Doubt’

Pistarckle Theater announces that auditions for its next production, “Doubt,” will be held. “Doubt,” written by John Patrick Shanley, is the Pulitzer Prize and...
File photo shows an Atantic bottlenose dolphin. Four of these marine mammals, born in captivity, arrived Wednesday at Coral World on St. Thomas. (File photo)

Coral World Welcomes Four Dolphins

Coral World Ocean Park on Wednesday welcomed four Atlantic bottlenose dolphins to their new home at Coral World’s new St. Thomas Sea Sanctuary at Water Bay in St. Thomas, the aquatic park announced in a news release issued Wednesday.

Pistarckle Theater to Hold Auditions for ‘Doubt’ on Feb. 24

According to Resident Director Frank Bartolucci, "There are two roles available: Father Brendan Flynn, late 30s-early 50s and Sister James. The play takes place at St. Nicholas, a Catholic church and school in the Bronx, New York, in 1964. We will read from the script."

DPW Gives Update on Moravian Highway Road Project

A concrete pour is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 21. This will address the necessary road reconstruction in areas within the construction zone.

VIPD Works with FBI to Arrest Fugitive from Louisiana

Brandel Lynard Berry is in police custody on St. Croix awaiting extradition to Louisiana, where he is a suspect in a robbery.
VIPA acting Executive Director Damian Cartwright gives a timeline for upcoming negotiations with Silver Airways.

VIPA to Negotiate With Silver Airways Over Seaborne Lease, Debt

More than $1 million owed to the V.I. Port Authority by Seaborne Airlines might have to be written off since the company, which had an exclusive harbor-to-harbor lease with the V.I. Port Authority, recently sold its assets to Silver Airways, agency officials said Wednesday.
VIPA board member Carol Jacobs says that there has been no ‘meaningful’ change in the conditions at the St. Thomas airport since the 2017 hurricanes.

No ‘Meaningful Progress’ at Airports Since the Storms, VIPA Board Say

Saying that there are “sensitive issues” surrounding the restoration of local airports and maintaining them, V.I. Port Authority board members still laid bare their concerns Friday about contractor Lemartec and the performance of the agency’s maintenance staff.
The District Court building on St. Croix. (File photo)

Two Plead Guilty in Separate District Court Cases

Two men pleaded guilty this month in separate cases in District Court on St. Croix, one involving obtaining a false identification, and one involving illegal entry into the United States.

VIPD: Social Media Threat About Territory is a Hoax

An alert circulating on a social media application warning of a threat to the territory is a hoax, the V.I. Police Department reported Wednesday.





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