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State Office of Special Education to Hold Transition Parent Conference

The conference will be held on Monday, Nov. 26, on St. Croix at UVI and on Thursday, Nov. 29, on St. Thomas at the Lockhart Elementary School on St. Thomas.
Albert Bryan Jr. and Sen. Tregenza Roach

New Horizon Women’s Democratic Club to Host Wine and Cheese Social for Bryan/Roach Team

The New Horizon Women’s Democratic Club invites the public to a meet and greet ‘Wine and Cheese Social’ set for 6-9 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Caribbean Museum of the Arts.

Ray Fonseca Endorses Mapp/Potter Ticket, Cites Mapp’s Sound Management

Following meetings with Gov. Mapp and his team, Fonseca announced his backing for the Mapp/Potter ticket for the runoff election, slated for Nov. 17, 18 and 20.
Arturo Watlington was selected Friday as the unified V.I. Board of Elections chair.

Board Expects to Register New Voters Before Runoff

Despite an opinion issued Sunday by Attorney General Claude Walker, Board of Elections members are still expected to begin registering new voters on Tuesday before the Nov. 20 runoff.
Screen capture of the DLCA licensing page.

Licensing Launches More Online Services

The Office of the Lieutenant Governor Division of the Corporations and Trademarks launched the second phase of its new on-line system, Catalyst, this month.

Senate Panel Tables Hotel Financing Measure, OKs Asphalt Plants

The 32nd Legislature Committee on Finance declined to act on a measure to partially fund the construction of a new destination hotel for St. Thomas. The measure, sponsored by two St. Thomas lawmakers, would have provided an initial step in further development of the Yacht Haven Grande marina and shopping center.

Soccer Association Releases Premier League Scores for Weeks 3 and 5

The games to be played in Round 2 are also scheduled in Lionel Roberts Stadium and Schjang Stadium.
Members of the V.I. National Guard parade through Christiansted.

Veterans Day: V.I. Honors Those Who Served

Virgin Islanders took to the streets Sunday to mark Veterans Day, honoring the citizen soldiers who have served their country in the military, with observances scheduled on all three islands.
Swimmers at Buck Island hit the water for the start of the 23rd Annual Coral Reef Swim. (Image by Steve Simonsen Photography)

Coral Reef Swim Draws Top Athletes

Swimmers from the Virgin Islands, the United States, the U.K., Trinidad and beyond – 93 in all – dove into sea at Buck Island early Sunday for the 23rd Annual Coral Reef Swim.

Taste of St. Croix: New Date, New Location, Great Food

With the traditional venue closed by hurricane damage, A Taste of St. Croix will take to the streets of Christiansted Thursday with some of the best food on the island.





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