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Liberty Mobile blamed a V.I. Water and Power Authority contractor on Monday for a fiber cut that caused a major outage on St. Croix. [Read More]
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is taking public comment on "The Bebop," a proposed 120-foot-long floating bar and restaurant the owner wants to moor... [Read More]
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The Virgin Islands government has so far failed to identify the cause of a persistent chemical stench on St. Croix, and the Environmental Protection Agency... [Read More]
A COVID-19 outbreak among congregants who attended a church service is driving an increase in positive cases on St. Thomas, V.I. Health Commissioner Justa Encarnacion... [Read More]
Local and federal law enforcement agents collaborating on a week-long compliance check of sex offenders on St. Thomas and St. John, which resulted in two... [Read More]
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The V.I. Public Finance Authority is still trying to sell King's Alley Hotel on St. Croix. [Read More]
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Government officials say air quality testing on St. Croix Saturday showed elevated levels of sulfur dioxide — the chemical that Limetree Bay refinery officials have... [Read More]
The west end of St. Croix is being smothered in noxious odors, and Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. said Friday that local government officials are working... [Read More]
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Warren A. Thomas of St. Thomas has been officially reported missing, and his brother Lief Thomas said he last saw him over a year ago... [Read More]
Government House Deputy Director of Communications Gerry Yandel was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and negligent driving, after he crashed into another... [Read More]
Residents around Limetree Bay refinery on St. Croix are suffering through another round of noxious fumes that began Wednesday evening, and the Environmental Protection Agency... [Read More]
Virgin Islands students will graduate in hybrid, drive-through and walk-through ceremonies open only to invited guests, Education Department officials announced during a press conference Wednesday. [Read More]
A teen boy charged with attempted murder on St. Croix is facing decades in prison if convicted. [Read More]
Limetree Bay announced Wednesday it will reinstate an ambient air monitoring program, following a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency notice of violation of the Clean Air... [Read More]
Corrections Bureau officers held a protest in front of the V.I. Legislature building on St. Thomas on Wednesday to air grievances over pay and chronic... [Read More]
Senators voted on more than a dozen bills aimed at improving the quality of life for Virgin Islanders during Tuesday's Senate session, including a measure... [Read More]
Senators voted during Tuesday's Senate session to approve Gov. Albert Bryan Jr.'s nomination of Derek Gabriel to serve as Public Works commissioner, and they urged... [Read More]
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