Ivan Butcher gives his impressions of the recent Virgin Islands Literary Festival and Book Fair, and he plans a literary project.
In the name of “social and economic justice and fairness,” the Democratic Party of the Virgin Islands is backing the American Federation of Teachers, who are asking the GVI for salary increases.
Stanford Joines questions Governor Mapp’s portrayal of teachers as bullies because they want a long overdue pay raise.
Brian Quinn ties together the plans of the National Park Service to build a laboratory and housing near the bioluminescent waters in Salt Bay and “the arrogance of those in power.”
Shirley M. Sadler believes there is strength in unity that can solve the many problems in the V.I.
Savannah Finn, who recently turned 23 years old, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida drowned March 18, 2016 Friday evening at approximately 6:08 p.m. at Peterborg Point, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
Valerie Stiles, a Republican activist and intervener in the Job Yob’s unprecedented lawsuit against the neutral third-party supervisor of elections, issued a statement on the current court proceedings.
Ivan Butcher II wants many more people to get involved in saving the environment of the Virgin Islands and making it part of the World Green Economy.
Jason Budsan of the Environmental Association St. Thomas-St. John’s Jason points out the many things that need to be done in order to clean up the Virgin Islands, and everyone is responsible.
Andrea Moeckel makes clear what her political convictions are.