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Saturday, May 25, 2024

Weekly Weather Forecast with Jesse Daley

Watch now: Check out our weekly weather forecast with Jesse Daley, covering Sunday, May 26, through Saturday, June 1.

Senate Moves to Raise Pay for Jury Duty, Extend Firearm Licenses

On Friday, the Committee on Rules and Judiciary forwarded to the full Senate a bill extending firearm licenses from three to five years, as well as a bill raising the pay for residents serving on juries.

Survey Office Accused of Crossing Ethical Lines

A St. John surveyor claims the government office in charge of boundary marking has crossed the line, engaging in petty politics, personal profit, inaccurate work, and misrepresentation. He also fears it’s being covered up.

Photo Focus – Vox Pop (Voice of the People); Location – Cruz Bay

A protest against WAPA scheduled to take place in Cruz Bay Friday did not. However, locals who were out and about were ready to share their feelings on how they managed to be without power for 24 hours.

Senate Favorable for Reggae Star but Not So for Cannabis Board Nominee

Jamila Christopher, nominated by the governor to join the Cannabis Advisory Board, told the Committee on Rules and Judiciary Friday that her experience as...

“Rebirth” Exhibit at CMCARTS Takes A Final Bow on Saturday

Over 20 artists across the Virgin Islands territory answered the call for the celebration of “Rebirth – Spring Equinox.” The upstairs gallery at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts in downtown Frederiksted is filled with the allure of springtime in mixed media, acrylic, watercolors…all colors evoking the spirit of the season. 

DPNR Conducts Zoning Hearing for Susannaberg Properties

The public has until June 2 to send in comments to the Department of Planning and Natural Resources regarding an application to rezone two adjacent properties in Estate Susannaberg on St. John.

Photo Focus: Powell Park Grads

There’s a famous saying: “Proper planning prevents poor performance,” and on Thursday in Cruz Bay, the forward-thinking administrators who changed the venue for the 2024 Julius E. Sprauve School Promotional Ceremony demonstrated the proof.

WAPA Board: Weeks of Outages Come Down to Money, Maintenance and Nature

After three weeks of incessant island-wide power outages that have left residents frustrated and searching for answers, the V.I. Water and Power Authority addressed the causes and gave updates on the disruptions during its regularly scheduled board meeting on Thursday.

35th Legislature of the Virgin Islands Senate Calendar for May 27 – May 31

This week's Senate Calendar covers May 27 to May 31.

District Court of VI Announces Winners of 2024 Third Circuit Court of Appeals Essay Contest

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals hosted an essay contest for 5th and 6th grade students within the Third Circuit, which is comprised of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

DSPR Congratulates Julian Jackson Sr. and Rudolph Clarke for Indiana Boxing Hall of Fame Induction

Clarke and Jackson, both esteemed Virgin Islands Department of Sports, Parks and Recreation (DSPR) employees, were honored for their exceptional dedication and skill, earning them a well-deserved place among this year's 13 total inductees.

St. Croix Chamber of Commerce Name Winners at Business and Professional Excellence Awards Gala

These awards recognize outstanding businesses and individuals across various industries who exemplify excellence in leadership, innovation, customer service and community impact.

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DSPR Congratulates Julian Jackson Sr. and Rudolph Clarke for Indiana Boxing Hall of Fame Induction

Clarke and Jackson, both esteemed Virgin Islands Department of Sports, Parks and Recreation (DSPR) employees, were honored for their exceptional dedication and skill, earning them a well-deserved place among this year's 13 total inductees.

District Court of VI Announces Winners of 2024 Third Circuit Court of Appeals Essay Contest

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals hosted an essay contest for 5th and 6th grade students within the Third Circuit, which is comprised of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Rising Stars in Swimming Shine Bright

St.Thomas swimmers are making waves, and among them, Reagan Uszenski stands out as a phenomenal talent. At just 12 years old, Reagan has already built an impressive record.

“Rebirth” Exhibit at CMCARTS Takes A Final Bow on Saturday

Over 20 artists across the Virgin Islands territory answered the call for the celebration of “Rebirth – Spring Equinox.” The upstairs gallery at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts in downtown Frederiksted is filled with the allure of springtime in mixed media, acrylic, watercolors…all colors evoking the spirit of the season. 

District Court of VI Announces Winners of 2024 Third Circuit Court of Appeals Essay Contest

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals hosted an essay contest for 5th and 6th grade students within the Third Circuit, which is comprised of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Sgt. 1st Class (Ret.) Gertrude Cecilia Hodge Dies

Sergent 1st Class (Ret.) Gertrude Cecilia Hodge, also known as “Trudy,” died on Monday, April 29.

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