Though St. Croix Election Board members agreed that everything was in place for a “successful 2016 General Election,” some in the audience held different opinions.
The V.I. Waste Management Authority approved a memorandum of understanding with the Public Finance Authority to fund $3.1 million in court ordered projects at the territory's landfills.
The four St. Croix Rotary Clubs came together Wednesday at Gertrude's restaurant to announce current and longstanding initiatives, namely eradicating polio.
On Tuesday, the V.I. Department of Health confirmed 65 new cases of Zika and announced that five babies born with the virus are all healthy.
Businesses that are behind on paying V.I. gross receipts taxes can avoid penalties and interest if they pay by Jan. 3, 2017, according to V.I. Internal Revenue Bureau Director Marvin Pickering.
The disappearance of the PSC's chairman during a critical vote Tuesday afternoon once again stalled a petition for reconsideration surrounding Momentum Telecom's application to service the territory.
Last week 47 Virgin Islanders took advantage of the first Global Entry enrollment event held by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection field operations on Saint Thomas at the Cyril E. King Airport.
The Education Department named Ivanna Eudora Kean High School teacher Kendra Vicars the St. Thomas/St. John district teacher of the year at a luncheon on Sunday.
The Department of Health recently received a refurbished ambulance on St. Croix, lessening a long-standing shortage of emergency vehicles, Health officials announced in a statement Monday.
Volunteer effort by a St. Croix resident with connections has put the Virgin Islands on the map – the Google map – for the first time, and enhanced years of work by the government to offer a consistent and modern street mapping system for the territory.