Barbara Tyne, senior vice president of Topa Equities, has resigned effective Jan. 31.
Rather than face hefty fines from the federal Environmental Protection Agency, the V.I. government will close its Sub Base motor pool fueling facility.
Seven major road projects are slated to begin Monday as part of the Public Works Department's 3-R project: reconstruction, rehabilitation and resurfacing.
Hopes were high Friday as government and business leaders gathered to break ground for St. Croix's first casino.
The Legacy, a four-masted Windjammer Barefoot Cruise sailing ship, will homeport at Crown Bay beginning in April 1999.
Stephen Monsanto, the Internal Revenue Bureau official charged with forgery, obtaining money by false pretense, embezzlement and conspiracy, pleaded not guilty Thursday in Territorial Court.
V.I. taxpayer money is being wasted on salaries and nonessential administrative positions, the incoming governor's transition team has found.
The V.I. government will have problems meeting upcoming payrolls, transition team members are saying.
The V.I. government's latest economic review says post-Hurricane Marilyn recovery is good, as shown by an increase in jobs, continued growth in overnight visitors and record performance in cruise passenger arrivals. Click headline to see complete report.
The V.I. Carnival Committee is scouting for judges for the 1999 Carnival competitions.