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VI SHIP/Medicare Office on St. Croix to Close for Three Days

While the St. Croix office may be closed to the public during this period, customers may still receive assistance via telephone.

Telephone Interruption in STT-STJ: District Court and U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services

Please be advised there is a telephone service interruption at the District Court of the Virgin Islands and the U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services in the Division of St. Thomas-St. John. Accordingly, if assistance is needed, please contact the Clerk’s Office in the Division of St. Croix at 340-718-1130 and the U.S....

VIEDA: Phone System Temporarily Inoperable on St. Thomas

Representatives of the Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority advise the public that the telephone system at the VIEDA office at 8000 Nisky Center, Suite No. 620, St. Thomas, is temporarily inoperable. As telephone services are restored at this office, the public will be informed. The VIEDA team apologizes for any...

DPNR to Close Division of Fish and Wildlife’s Archery Program Temporarily.

The program will recommence on June 15 at its normal scheduled hours.

Virgin Islands Police Department Records Bureau Closes Temporarily.

The bureau acknowledges and apologizes for any inconvenience this closure may cause.

Road Closure for Melvin Evans Highway Median Maintenance Scheduled for May 30-31.

Flaggers will be on-site to aid motorists as they traverse through the area.

Fare Increase for Fixed-Route Bus Services and Paratransit Services Begins June 1.

An increase in the fares for fixed-route bus services and paratransit services will begin June 1. These are the changes:

Fortuna Fire Station on St. Thomas Temporarily Closed

The Virgin Islands Fire and Emergency Medical Services announces the temporary closure of the Fortuna (Tango Co.) Fire Station due to unforeseen circumstances, according to a press release issued Monday afternoon. It is scheduled to reopen midday on Tuesday.

VIPA Marine Manager’s STX Office Relocates to Krause Lagoon

The Virgin Islands Port Authority’s marine manager’s office on St. Croix has been relocated from the Ann E. Abramson Marine Facility in Frederiksted to the Wilfred “Bomba” Allick Port and Transshipment Center (Containerport) in Krause Lagoon, effective Monday, May 20, VIPA announced in a press release.

Virgin Islands Board of Education to Close Offices Until Monday, May 13.

Should anyone require assistance, contact Interim Executive Director Sandra Bess at 473-7596 or Associate Executive Director Samanta Prentice at 473-7522.

VIPA to Begin Reconstruction of Tender Landing Pier at Ann E. Abramson Marine Facility on May 14.

During the construction period, the community may have inconveniences such as noise, vibrations, and restricted facility access.

St. Croix Public Schools to Close at Noon Wednesday Due to Inclement Weather

All St. Croix district public schools will close at noon on Wednesday due to inclement weather conditions impacting school operations and the safety of students, faculty and staff across school campuses, the V.I. Education Department announced.

Heavy Rain Delays Start of School to 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Thomas-St. John District

There is a delayed start for schools in the St. Thomas-St. John District due to severe weather conditions, the V.I. Education Department reported around 7 a.m. Wednesday. Heavy rains, thunder, and lightning have been reported, prompting VIDE officials to prioritize the safety and well-being of students, faculty, and staff.

John H. Woodson Dismissing Students at 11 a.m. Due to Gaseous Odors

Due to intermittent sewage and gaseous odors impacting school operations, the John H. Woodson Junior High School on St. Croix will be dismissed at 11 a.m. on Friday, the V.I. Education Department announced. This decision has been made to ensure the safety and comfort of everyone on campus, it said.

Central High School Safety Drill Happening April 15

St. Croix Central High School is conducting a safety drill and is not on active lockdown. Families do not have to pick up their students.

WAPA Alert: Do Not Tape Electrical Outlets

On Monday, a fake WAPA page on Facebook suggested taping electrical outlets as an April Fools Day prank, the V.I. Water and Power Authority announced in a press release. The authority strongly condemns the recent social media post by a fake WAPA page, misappropriating WAPA’s image. Tampering with electrical outlets...

Urgent: Claude O. Markoe School Is on Lockdown Monday Morning.

An update will be provided once the all-clear is given by the Virgin Islands Police Department.

Public Works to Begin Long Term Road Work March 19 in Mt. Pleasant Area of St. Croix.

Location: Mt. Pleasant, St. Croix Date: Begins Tuesday, March 19 The Department of Public Works (DPW) informs the public of upcoming road work in the Mt. Pleasant area of St. Croix. At 9 a.m., Tuesday, March 19, DPW contractor Marco St. Croix Inc. will begin grading the roadway and installing drainage...

John H. Woodson Students Dismissed Early Wednesday Due to Burst Water Pipe

Students at the John H. Woodson Jr. High School on St. Croix will be dismissed immediately due to a burst water pipe affecting the campus, the V.I. Education Department announced at 1:46 p.m. Wednesday.

Urgent Alert: Immediate Dismissal of St. Croix Central High School, Monday, Feb. 26.

Dismissal of St. Croix Central High School, Monday, Feb. 26.


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