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Its cool science-fiction title alone practically oozes nostalgia for the starbound adventures of American astronauts, the spirit of Cold War competition and pride for American... [Read More]
The intersection of Dronningens Gade and Guttets Gade will be closed beginning Friday as the Main Street Enhancement Project enters a new phase. [Read More]
What an amazing list of projects our Virgin Islands is looking forward to being funded by the General Fund, FEMA, the federal government, HUD, GARVEE... [Read More]
Air travel is a process that can become incredibly stressful. [Read More]
The Government Employees' Retirement System Board of Trustees would like to clarify that there has never been any intent on the part of the GERS... [Read More]
Scores of Nadir residents gathered for a town hall meeting Wednesday to address a bevy of issues impacting their community, namely the long-stalled Turpentine Run... [Read More]
Cruise ship passengers were in short supply along Main Street on Wednesday despite a visit from the 4,000-passenger-capacity Disney Fantasy at the West Indian Co.... [Read More]
While Democratic primary election results are scheduled to be certified Friday, members of the Board of Elections are still contending with a potential recount and... [Read More]
The public defender for former Sen. Wayne James called on U.S. District Judge Curtis Gomez to declare a mistrial Wednesday, saying his client's jury trial... [Read More]
The Virgin Islands government has illegally shirked years of financial obligations related to income tax refunds, a new lawsuit alleges. [Read More]
Trevor Davis and St. Croix teen Rider Odom were disappointed they failed to advance to the final round of the United States Junior Doublehanded Championship. [Read More]
Rainbow ends in a V.I. treasure... [Read More]
Officials investigating a fish kill in Josiah's Bay Pond, Tortola, say preliminary investigations show indications of low oxygen levels in the water. [Read More]
The V.I. Water and Power Authority officials faced questions about fuel source changes, and automated and estimated billing at Tuesday's budget hearing in front of... [Read More]
As a member of the African Diaspora, born in the West Indies, I was forced to read "A House for Mr. Biswas," a novel by... [Read More]
People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. This old saying should be plastered on the walls of the V.I. Board of Elections offices. [Read More]
Shortly after leaving home last summer for a relaxing week at the beach, I noticed a white sports car in our rear view mirror, approaching... [Read More]
Lee E. Elvins of Christiansted, passed away May 14, 2018. [Read More]
British Virgin Islands officials are pointing to climate change as a likely culprit after issuing a health warning advising residents and visitors not to eat... [Read More]
A third federal lawsuit has been filed in the territory against Mapfre Praico Insurance Company, claiming the company's "sinister" business practices have resulted in policyholders... [Read More]