Directly on the heels of the Moody ratings agency downgrading V.I. debt and a week after Fitch issued a downgrade, the Standard and Poor rating agency issued a statement announcing it too has downgraded USVI debt.
The GERS’s board of trustees on Thursday rolled through routine items such as electing officers and approving the replacement of a water line and a proposal to repair the exterior of its St. Thomas complex.
Eleven people pleaded guilty Thursday on St. Thomas to drug trafficking and money laundering charges in a case involving airline employees taking advantage of their security clearances at Cyril E. King Airport.
Fifty youngsters received a positive message Wednesday along with a gift bag from Milagros Romero at the Frederiksted Boys & Girls Club of the Virgin Islands.
Once operational, the Justice Department’s new forensic facility on St. Thomas will help cut down on evidence processing delays and serve as a training hub for local authorities, officials said Wednesday.
Moody's, one of the three major bond ratings agencies, announced this week it has downgraded the four existing sets of bonds secured by federal rum excise tax revenues in the USVI.
Delegate Stacey Plaskett has been named ranking member of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s Subcommittee on the Interior, Energy and Environment.
Delegate Stacey Plaskett has written to the governor that recent closed door meetings held with the Legislature and the business community should have been public and should have included her office.
Gov. Kenneth Mapp on Monday issued a formal notice to Public Works Commission Gustav James to begin work on the long anticipated Paul E. Joseph Stadium project in Frederiksted.
A handful of Eagle scouts met at the Howard Wall Boy Scout Camp on St. Croix’s south shore Tuesday night to network and discuss the territory’s scouting needs.