The V.I. Port Authority has purchased an energy efficient generator to provide uninterrupted standby power for the Henry E. Rohlsen…
With schools across the territory getting ready for a Sept. 2 opening date, V.I. Education Commissioner Donna Frett-Gregory told the community the Education Department is focused on "putting in the framework we need to support our students, our teachers and our administrators."
How many more businesses and jobs lost will it take our government to realize they really have to do something fast.
What is better? Paying $200 to WAPA for the LEAC (and that dollar amount will vary by customer) that goes to just purchasing more fuel, or the customer being able to go out into the community to purchase goods and services that should lead to more businesses opening and job creation with that $200?