A man was stabbed several times early Monday, and detectives from the Criminal Investigation Bureau said a neighbor breaking into…
On Wednesday, June 5, Gov. John deJongh Jr. presented a radio address outlining the economic problems facing the territory and proposing legislation to deal with it.
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands announced that the 75 scholarships awarded at ceremonies this week will allow V.I. students to head off to colleges ranging from Yale to American University.READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
Solar panels powering 50 new LED lamps began lighting the Christiansted boardwalk in May, the last major project administrated by the V.I Energy Office with 2009 ARRA funds.READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
American Airlines ended its sponsorship of Humane Society of St. Thomas’ Pets with Wings program that provided free air transportation for dogs to the mainland.READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
Kudos to the community and our law enforcement personnel for their expanded efforts during this year’s Carnival activities.
Let’s make this a new beginning for every day of the week.
Willing citizens and friendly peace officers could fill the frame of the snapshots of our daily lives.
We could be a community of people working together to expand the highest spirit of Carnival into our consciousness...”happy Carnival!” we smile and express with a certain heartfelt joy.
Let’s make that “happy day!” And mean it.
That means letting go of road and parking rage, negative mutterings about our neighbor behind the teller or postal window and idle and ill founded gossip.
We got through a month-long celebration of our culture without serious incident.
Let’s take that win and run with it until next year’s Carnival.