If you’re still having trouble sleeping, still feeling jumpy, still a bit cranky, a little forgetful, a lot tired ... Don’t feel alone. A whole lot of people are still dealing with the psychological aftermath of the September 2017 hurricanes.
After two days of meetings, local nonprofit organizations said they still do not know when they will receive payments for the last three quarters and some say they may be forced to close their doors if it is not forthcoming.
The St. Croix Women's Coalition, Boys and Girls Clubs, sports groups, steel bands, the USVI's only drug rehabilitation center and dozens of other nonprofits apparently will not be funded this year due to the budget crisis.
Christiansted sported all shades of green Saturday when the 49th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade tramped through the town from Hospital Street to Times Square and down to the waterfront.
Led by Grand Marshall Norma George of the Domino Club, one of the island's biggest biggest St. Patrick's Day...
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is granting another $182 million to the Water and Power Authority and the Waste Management Authority to pay for restoration of electric power and debris removal.
Mental health services in the U.S. Virgin Islands are "the pits," Dr. Derek Spencer, of Island Therapy Solutions, told members of the Senate Committee on Health, Hospitals, and Human Services Wednesday.
The House Committee on Natural Resources moved forward a bill Wednesday that aims to extend Caneel Bay Resort’s terms of operation on National Park land, but amended the way the resort’s rent would be calculated.
The U.S. Coast Guard on Wednesday rescued a man whose 20-foot pleasure boat became disabled in high seas off Steven Cay, in the channel between St. Thomas and St. John.
According to the USCG information officer Ricardo Castrodad, at 1:13 a.m. the Coast Guard Watchstander in San Juan, Puerto Rico,...
Local shipping companies have been alerted about possible cargo delays as ships coming from the mainland could be battling through a nor’easter affecting the East Coast that has caused violent winds, rains, flooding and swells.
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