Gov. deJongh applauds the efforts of the American Cancer Society, which is 100 years old in the U.S. this year…
On Thursday, April 25, the St. Thomas community was enjoying J'Ouvert when the celebration was shattered by gunshots which injured three people. Public safety officials immediately canceled the remainder of J'Ouvert.
A handful of parents and teachers gathered on St. Thomas Friday for the first in a series of meetings sponsored by the Board of Education that is geared toward addressing public concerns.READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
Government retirees elected Adelbert Bryan and Lori Anderson to represent them on the V.I. Government Employees' Service Commission Group Health Insurance Board.READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
Set in 1967, “Little Green” is classic Easy Rawlins, with underworld violence, sophisticated crime and men who efficiently take care of business - all with a noir feel, like a black Sam Spade.READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
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