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WAPA Begins Decorative Street Lights Project in Downtown Christiansted

The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority (WAPA) and contractor ZENON Construction will begin construction for the decorative street light…

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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."

 
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Source Manager’s Journal: Building a Better Future

In the view of this outsider, there are two problem areas in which a focused, long-term effort can make a big – and permanent – difference in the quality of life in the Virgin Islands.

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2014-10-28 23:41:57
Griffith Presents $10M Plan of Correction

Juan Luis Hospital CEO Kendall Griffith presented a $10.3 million plan of correction Monday to the Territorial Board, a plan to get the embattled hospital up to the standards of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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2014-10-28 23:12:50
Undercurrents: These Bats are Not Halloween Props

If ever a creature was misunderstood, it is the poor, little, universally maligned bat, but UVI professor Renata Platenberg isn’t interested in dark legends. She’d rather solve the real bat mysteries.

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2014-10-27 23:37:44
Arts/Entertainment — St. Croix
BLUES NEWS: JIMMY THACKERY IS BACK

Blues guitarist Jimmy Thackery, who's performing Thursday on St. John, Friday on St. Thomas and Saturday on St. Croix, needs your help. Well, at least he's asking for it. No, actually he needs it.

Read entire articleFeb 7 2001 - 7:37pm
SHORT STORIES DON'T GET ANY BETTER THAN PAINE'S

Source book reviewer Richard Dey's praise for onetime St. John resident Tom Paine's book of short stories, "Scar Vegas," is anything but faint. Never mind that one of the 10 tales is set on St. John, Dey says, "These are among the best short stories written in the last several decades."

Read entire articleFeb 2 2001 - 12:39pm
ST. CROIX ARTIST PAINTS BERMUDA

Local artist, Luca Gasperi, recently returned from a two-month art residency in Bermuda.

Read entire articleFeb 2 2001 - 12:08pm
NORTH AND WEST: MARIA HENLE'S PERSPECTIVE

Maria Henle presents her latest work with an opening reception in her studio Friday, Feb. 2, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Read entire articleFeb 2 2001 - 11:32am
TATSUMA PIANO DUO AT WHIM

Tatsuma Piano Duo, comprised of dynamic concert artist Rei Hotoda, and pianist and well-known conductor William Eddins will play in concert at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 23 and 24 at the Whim Museum.

Read entire articleFeb 1 2001 - 9:39pm
REICHHOLD HAS BERES HAMMOND TRAVEL PACKAGES

Special travel arrangements are available for reggae fans on St. Croix and in the British Virgin Islands who would like to attend the Beres Hammond concert on Saturday, March 3, at the Reichhold Center for the Arts on St. Thomas.

Read entire articleJan 30 2001 - 8:29pm
AGRICULTURE FAIR SLATED FOR FEB. 17-19

Goats, cows, ducks, chickens, plants, and the people who tend them will all be present at the annual Agricultural and Food Fair on St. Croix on Feb. 17 through 19.

Read entire articleJan 30 2001 - 12:35pm
WRITER DANTICAT RAISES THE DEAD, DESERVEDLY

In the first of what will be ongoing book reviews for the Source, St. John resident Richard Dey warns that "The Farming of Bones" by Edwidge Danticat is not pleasure reading -- but suggests that the historic atrocity described in the novel is something appropriate for the people of Paradise to know.

Read entire articleJan 28 2001 - 11:08pm
IT'S HARBOUR NIGHT IN FREDERIKSTED

Harbour Night, a Caribbean street festival, will take place 7 p.m.to 12 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31 on on the waterfront at Strand Street in Frederiksted.

Read entire articleJan 26 2001 - 10:26pm
PROOF OF LIFE ALA RYAN AND CROWE, OLE!

Russell Crowe has left his toga back in Greece where it belongs, and moved to a mythical South American community where he doesn't need one, as he and Meg Ryan face terrorist rebels in "Proof of Life." A toga simply wouldn't cut it.

Read entire articleJan 25 2001 - 2:34pm