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Representatives from several participating teams came to Tuesday's press conference to stir up support for the tournament, which begins Friday.

MLK Tournament Kicks Off Friday With Larger Field

When the annual Martin Luther King Basketball Invitational kicks off Friday, it will be with the biggest men's field the tournament has seen in years, along with a viable women's side, which was reduced to exhibition games last year after only two teams participated.
Justin Trinidad with the new AT&T mobile store for the U.S. Virgin Islands. (AT&T photo)

AT&T Opens Mobile Store in St. Thomas and St. John.

As part of the company's strategy to reach customers where they are, AT&T now has a mobile store to serve St. Thomas and St. John. According to AT&T, the mobile store will be used at community events and in situations such as after hurricanes, when it’s difficult for people to get to stores.
Elijah Henry (VIPD photo)

Elijah Henry Charged with Attempted Murder

The V.I. Police Department on St. Thomas arrested 28-year-old Elijah Henry Tuesday and charged him with attempted murder in an October 2018 attack that sent a woman to the hospital.

State of the Territory Pushed to Jan. 28

After organizing and approving a bill designating new officers, committees and chairs, members of the 33rd Legislature recessed their first session Monday until Jan. 28 to give the governor more time to prepare his first State of the Territory address.
New cabinet members under the Bryan/Roach administration are: Gary Malloy, J.P. Oriol, Col. Kodjo Knox Limbacker, Joseph Boschulte, Joel Lee, Justa Encarnacion, Nelson Petty, Gov. Albert Bryan, Lt. Gov. Tregenza Roach, Patrick Farrell, Kirk Callwood, Kyle Fleming, and Anthony Thomas.

Bryan Names a Dozen Cabinet Members

Governor's first cabinet choices include Joseph Boschulte at Tourism, Kirk Callwood at Finance, Nelson Petty at Public Works, Gary Malloy at Labor and Justa Encarnac at Health.
Camae, played by Diana Prince, dons King's jacket and shoes and delivers her oratory to Martin Luther King Jr., played by Lionel C. Downer, in the CCT production of 'The Mountaintop.' (Elisa McKay photo)

CCT Opens its 34th Season with ‘The Mountaintop’

Caribbean Community Theater will open its 34th season Friday with a one-weekend production of "The Mountaintop," a two-person re-imagination of Martin Luther King Jr. on the night before he died. "The Mountaintop" will be performed at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday..
St. Croix artist Danica David's signature style – bright, bold colors and strong graphics – highlights her book, "Callaloo Culture."

Artist’s Book, ‘Creative Callaloo,’ Showcases V.I. Culture

St. Croix artist Danica David has released a new book, “Creative Callaloo,” which celebrates Crucian culture in words and art. “I poured my heart and soul into this book” David said. She designed “Creative Callaloo” from cover to cover.
New Senate President Kenneth Gittens prepares to take the gavel from former Senate President Myron Jackson.

New Senate Sworn In, Promising ‘Unity’ and ‘Brighter Future’

A quick swearing-in ceremony at Emancipation Garden was followed Monday by the official organization of the 33rd Legislature and the passing of the gavel from former Senator Myron Jackson to new Senate President Kenneth Gittens, who said that both sides of the aisle would work together regardless of differences in opinion.
Chart showing projected failure of GERS from Bryan/Roach campaign material.

GERS Administrator Confident After Meeting with Governor’s Team

Austin Nibbs, administrator for the Government Employee Retirement System, told the Board of Trustees Monday he is no longer pessimistic about the future of the retirement system, which is predicted to fail as early as 2023.
Maricela Grove is promoted to chief warrant officer five in March 2017. (Photo submitted by Maricela Grove)

U.S. Army Gave ‘Island Girl’ Maricela Grove Life Experiences

Maricela Grove tells her story as U.S. Army chief warrant officer five with St. Croix as the foundation of her life experiences. At a job interview at the Hess Oil Refinery, she was told she needed life experiences to get hired. So she joined the Army, and got a lifetime of experiences.

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