Hosted by the Coastal Zone Management Division of the Department of Planning and Natural Resources, each month it focuses on environmental education, fun science activities and often introduces children to guest scientists from the university.
The St. Croix Chamber of Commerce feels that an abundance of caution is warranted in discouraging mass gatherings to prevent an outbreak.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. has issued three proclamations to commemorate V.I. History Month, Social Work Month and Consumer Protection Week.
This 30-minute television production, hosted by Emmanuella Perez-Cassius, was created to provide viewers with the most recent developments in the Office of Disaster Recovery's five priority areas.
Thanks to the efforts of physical education teacher, Essi Gaston-Edwards, who also instructs the new Modern Dance I and II classes at the Complex, 19 students in grades 9-12 were introduced to the basic techniques of contemporary, African and hip-hop dance.
VITRAN will run on a different schedule this Saturday, Feb. 15 and Sunday, Feb. 16.
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands and Lutheran Social Services of the Virgin Islands invite children and families to visit the Play & Learn Tent at the Agricultural and Food Fair, Feb. 15-17.
The first Virgin Islands Center for the Arts Madras Dance took place Saturday evening, featuring Crucian mainstays Stanley and the Ten Sleepless Knights. Guests danced to the traditional sounds of St. Croix’s favorite musical son until midnight in Frederiksted.
A huge crowd came out to see international reggae stars Chronixx, Tarrus Riley and St. Thomas' own Pressure perform at the Austin Monsanto Crown Bay Marina for Dreamfest 2020 on Saturday.
This year’s event will be held from 6-9 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 14, at Sand Castle on the Beach, Frederiksted.