March 27, 2017 12:15 am Last modified: 3:12 pm

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Island Profile: Habiba Evans’ Love of Books is at the Service of AWC Shoppers

Habiba Evans, a volunteer at the Animal Welfare Center Flea Market, loves to help people find what they are looking for in a good, used book. One is sure to find something in the thousands of books donated and sold to help strays on St. Croix.
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Minor Killed in Estate Glynn Shooting

A 16-year-old male, Juan Aponte, died Saturday evening in a shooting at the Cockpit in Estate Glynn, the V.I. Police Department reported.
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UVI Solar Project Stagnant, but Maybe Not Dead

In July of 2013, amidst great fanfare, UVI signed a power purchase agreement with New Generation Power to build a three-megawatt photovoltaic system to provide power for the school.
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WAPA Approves Procurement of New Generating Units, Line of Credit

The V.I. Water and Power Authority board moved ahead Friday with a procurement contract that would bring three new generators to St. Thomas.
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Mapp Ousts Communications Director

Gov. Kenneth Mapp has ousted his latest director of communications, Cherie Munchez, administration officials confirmed Friday.
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Attorney General: V.I. Anti-Discrimination Law Applies to Transgender Students

V.I. Attorney General Claude Walker has determined the V.I. Civil Rights Act's prohibition against sex discrimination applies to transgender students in V.I. public schools.
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Senate Committee Hears WAPA Woes

The Committee on Government Affairs, Veterans, Energy and Environmental Protection grilled representatives from some of the territory’s most financially strapped agencies Friday.
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Pomp and Ceremony: V.I. Supreme Court Justices Sworn In for New Terms

The three justices of the Supreme Court of the Virgin Islands were sworn in to new 10-year terms of office during a ceremony Thursday on St. Thomas.
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Parents Assured of Clean Vents at Alfredo Andrews Elementary

Parents meeting with Education Department officials at Alfredo Andrews Elementary on Friday night seemed satisfied with what they heard concerning problems at the school.
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Christiansted Mural Unveiled

Company Street closed down Friday night for a block party to celebrate the installation of a multi-panel art project to commemorate St. Croix’s music and dance culture.
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