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VIWMA to Transition to One Day a Week House-to-House Collections

The Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority (VIWMA) advises residents that it will transition to the new one-day a week House-to-House…

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VIWMA to Transition to One Day a Week House-to-House Collections

The Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority (VIWMA) advises residents that it will transition to the new one-day a week House-to-House Collection service beginning on Monday, April 6. The reduction of residential House-to-House collection is only for currently served homes receiving curbside collection from VIWMA and its contracted haulers.

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2015-04-02 00:20:09
DOH Reminds Public to Protect Against Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

Easter weekend camping festivities make it easier for children and adults to suffer from mosquito bites. The community needs to double their efforts to safeguard against mosquito-borne illnesses, according to a press release issued Wednesday by the V.I. Department of Health.

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2015-04-01 16:57:22
V.I. History, Tradition and Culture Studies at Eulalie Rivera Elementary School

The classes Monday at Eulalie Rivera Elementary School focused on Virgin Islands history, tradition and culture with hands-on experiences in a program of games, food, dance and trivia questions.

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2015-03-30 22:31:18
Lifestyles - Food and Wine — St. Croix
A KEY LIME DESSERT THAT ISN'T PIE

If you're lucky to have a lime tree in your yard, then this Recipe of the Week is for you. It's an inventive way to use the tart little fruit -- to make Key Lime Cake.

Read entire articleSep 16 2001 - 7:16pm
HERE'S A NUTTY BUT DELICIOUS BEVERAGE

Thick, rich and delicious, peanut punch can be prepared -- and enjoyed -- in a variety of ways. You'll find one in the Recipe of the Week (along with suggestions for others).

Read entire articleSep 9 2001 - 5:32pm
BANANA BREAD FOR THE HEALTH-CONSCIOUS

Don't throw away those ripe bananas that are starting to turn black and mushy. Use them to make banana bread. And if you're about to say "that's too rich for my tastes," have a look at this health-conscious Recipe of the week.

Read entire articleSep 2 2001 - 4:32pm
HERBS, SPICES MAKE JERK CHICKEN A TASTE TREAT

Marry the low-fat healthfulness of chicken breast with the zesty jerk seasonings called for in this Recipe of the Week, add some fresh greens, and you've got a quick lunch or dinner that is both nutritious and delicious.

Read entire articleAug 26 2001 - 9:53pm
PAIR UP RICE AND PUMPKIN IN A SINGLE DISH

Rice usually sides up to beans in the Virgin Islands, but this good-for-you grain also pairs perfectly -- and beautifully -- with West Indian pumpkin. The Source Recipe of the Week tells how to make the dish.

Read entire articleAug 19 2001 - 11:28pm
ONE WAY TO MAKE CHAYOTE TASTY: STUFF IT

Beneath the furrowed, pale-green skin of the chayote squash, also called christophene, is a bland-tasting flesh that combines appetizingly with more pungent-flavored ingredients -- such as those in this Recipe of the Week.

Read entire articleAug 13 2001 - 2:18am
HERE'S A PICNIC-PERFECT DISH: BONIATO SALAD

Potato salad is a favorite picnic food. This Recipe of the Week gives this all-American dish a tropical twist by making it with boniato instead of potatoes.

Read entire articleAug 5 2001 - 8:15pm
MAKE JOHNNYCAKES GOOD FOR YOU, TOO

Those who want to enjoy old-time favorite foods but worry about contemporary health concerns can have their johnnycake and eat it, too, thanks to some simple substitutions such as those in this Recipe of the Week for baked, whole-wheat treats.

Read entire articleJul 28 2001 - 11:31pm
TV NETWORK AIRING VIRGIN ISLANDS 'FOOD FINDS'

Three local food purveyors are getting national exposure this week and will again in mid-August as the Food Network, also known as Food TV, focuses on the Virgin Islands in its "Food Finds" feature.

Read entire articleJul 23 2001 - 10:16pm
PAPAYA SEEDS ADD PEPPERY CRUNCH TO DRESSING

When you cut into a ripe papaya, don't throw all those shiny black seeds away. Like the fruit's sweet flesh, the papaya's seeds are edible. This Recipe of the Week is for Papaya Seed Dressing.

Read entire articleJul 22 2001 - 11:42pm