March 28, 2017 7:28 pm Last modified: 7:18 pm


Absentee Voting for Special Election to Be Available on St. Croix

There will be a special election for an open senate seat in the St. Thomas-St. John District on Saturday, April 8.
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Economic Development Authority to Convene Governing Board Meetings

The V.I. Economic Development Commission a subsidiary of USVIEDA, will hold a decision meeting on Thursday, April 6.
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DOH to Host Hepatitis C Virus Trainings for Health Care Professionals

The V.I. Department of Health (DOH) - Division of Mental Health, Alcoholism and Drug Dependency Services will host hepatitis C Virus trainings in both districts.
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Jury Convicts Saldana of Wife’s Murder

Former police captain Enrique Saldana was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections Friday night, minutes after a jury found him guilty of killing his wife almost three years ago, according to the V.I. Department of Justice.
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St. Croix Schools Celebrate V.I. Culture and Transfer Centennial

St. Croix’s culture bearers and musicians joined students as they celebrated the tradition and history of the Virgin Islands during March.
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Schneider Performs Territory’s First Cleft Palate Repair

A team of clinicians at Schneider Regional Medical Center, led by Dr. Eric J. Stelnicki, has performed the first ever cleft palate repair in the Virgin Islands, the hospital announced Friday.
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ALERT: Inclement Weather Impacting Sewer System, Manholes

The territory has been experiencing a large amount of storm water which has impacted the sewer system west of the Best Western (Holger Danske) Hotel in Christiansted.
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Lawrence Griffith

Former Police Chief and Deputy Police Commissioner Lawrence Griffith remembered as ‘Cop’s Cop’

Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday for former Police Chief Lawrence A. Griffith, Sr. The services will be preceded by a public viewing at the VIPD Richard N. Callwood Command on Friday evening.
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District Court Declines to Delay Special Election; Rodriquez Appeals to Third Circuit

Senatorial aspirant Kevin Rodriquez has taken his fight to hold off the April 8 special election to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. The appeal was filed after U.S. District Court Judge Curtis V. Gomez declined to stay the election.
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Five multi-hulled boats race the wind – and each other – Thursday in the Round the Rocks Race. (Photo © STIR/Dean Barnes)

Round the Rocks Race Kicks Off St. Thomas International Regatta

The St. Thomas International Regatta got underway Thursday with the Round the Rocks Race, as 23 boats took their start on a 21-nautical mile course that circumnavigated the U.S. Virgin Island of St. John counter clockwise.
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