Professor Olasee Davis answers a reader's question about the history of Fort Louise Augusta that was erected as early as 1647 at the east entrance of Christiansted Harbor on St. Croix.
A Source reader wants to know if all airline passengers are being screened for COVID-19 upon entering the territory.
Readers have recently asked if requirements for wearing masks in public are still in place once the territory reopens to visitors on June 1. The answer, according to statements made by public officials, is yes.
We’re sorry, but we don’t have an answer to the most recent inquiry about ferry service between St. Croix and St. Thomas, as Bob and Jack queried the Source's Answer Desk.
Ferry service between St. Croix and St. Thomas could begin shortly, according to the vessel's owner, who said a checklist from the Coast Guard hopefully will be completed in “a few more weeks.”
A reader named Karen wrote to ask about the difference between a law and an act of the Legislature, after reading an article citing an act. The Answer Desk explains the V.I. Code.
Retired V.I. employee who now lives stateside asks how to jump through the hoops for filing tax return on on pension.
A reader asked if the V.I. government was shutting down, with pay, for an entire week. "Most government offices are closed in observation of Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Monday." Tuesday is Transfer Day.