2018 was an eventful year with ups and downs, good news and bad, new beginnings and inglorious endings. It was the year the territory began climbing back from 2017’s disastrous twin hurricanes, and in which the voters decided to replace the governor and 60 percent of the V.I. Senate.
Here are links to some of the big stories from 2018:
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Senators offered condolences Tuesday to colleague Sen. Milton Potter for the recent loss of Potter’s brother Vivian Edwardson Potter to COVID-19 and urged Virgin Islanders to get vaccinated. On Wednesday, the territory recorded its 40th confirmed fatality from the contagious illness as the recent surge of cases continued. #visource#usvi... See MoreSee Less
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