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Police ID Victim in Saturday Homicide

The V.I. Police Department on Tuesday released photos of three of the five men charged in the murder of…

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UVI Student Wins First Place at National STEM Conference

Out of hundreds of presentations from students representing universities from around the country, UVI senior Jamila Martin won first place among emerging researchers at a national STEM conference.

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2014-04-23 00:08:29
Police ID Victim in Saturday Homicide

The V.I. Police Department on Tuesday released photos of three of the five men charged in the murder of 32-year-old Matthew Vernege Jr. and the wounding of a Virgin Islands police officer.

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2014-04-22 13:13:22
'Together, Forever' Puts Peace on the Air

Half a dozen young people, local artists and music producers have gotten together to create a peace song, 'Together Forever' for Carnival 2014.

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2014-04-22 11:58:35
Business — St. Croix
INNOVATIVE'S HOLIDAY BUSINESS HOURS

The public is advised that allInnovative Communications Corp. business offices, except Innovative Cable TV St. Thoomas-St. John, will be closed for business Saturday, Nov. 10.

Read entire articleNov 8 2001 - 8:21pm
FEDA MEETING

The Frederiksted Economic Development Association will hold its monthly meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25, at Pier 69.

Read entire articleOct 24 2001 - 3:52pm
2ND WOMEN’S BUSINESS SUMMIT ON E-COMMERCE

The V.I. Women's Business Center in conjunction with the St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce will host its second annual E-Commerce summit on Thursday at St. Croix's Divi Carina Bay Resort.

Read entire articleOct 23 2001 - 7:56am
CHAMBER LUNCHEON TO FOCUS ON WASTEWATER PLAN

The St. Croix Chamber of Commerce invites the public to a business luncheon on Wednesday to hear a presentation on an innovative wastewater treatment system that proponents say could resolve the island's sewage problems and have additional positive effects.

Read entire articleOct 20 2001 - 11:03pm
DLCA NOW ACCEPTING CREDIT, DEBIT CARDS

Business people now can pay V.I. license fees and/or penalties by plastic. And in another month, if all goes according to Licensing and Consumer Affairs Commissioner Andrew Rutnik's plan, they'll be able to do it online.

Read entire articleOct 19 2001 - 7:41pm
HARBOUR NIGHT VENDORS' MEETING

All Harbour Night vendors will meet at 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 26, at Pier 69.

Read entire articleOct 19 2001 - 2:07pm
ST. CROIX REALTORS SUPPORT YOUTH

For the fourth year, members of the St. Croix Board of Realtors have donated funds for a scholarship program with AmeriCorp and the Boys and Girls Clubs on the island.

Read entire articleOct 8 2001 - 11:56am
TURNOUT GOOD FOR COMMERCIAL BOATING SEMINAR

A "Who's Who" of Virgin Islands commercial boat owners and operators gathered Friday at the St. Thomas Ritz-Carlton Resort with local and regional Coast Guard inspectors to discuss safety requirements in general and regulations soon to take effect in particular.

Read entire articleSep 29 2001 - 4:28pm
CORAL BAY ORGANIC GARDENS: A GROWTH VENTURE

Hugo and Josephine Roller started their Coral Bay Organic Gardens business small and expanded it with deliberation. Seventeen years later, it's still growing, in more ways than one. Coming soon: a commercial venture into something that's been done experimentally on St. Croix for years -- tilapia farming.

Read entire articleSep 16 2001 - 8:09pm
MEETING SET ON NEW BOATING REGULATIONS

Regional U.S. Coast Guard officials are encouraging St. Croix commercial boaters to attend a meeting on the morning of Sept. 28 on St. Thomas to go over marine safety regulations coming into effect this season and to review those already in place.

Read entire articleSep 15 2001 - 7:51am