If your tip leads to an arrest or the recovery of stolen property, illegal drugs or weapons, you will receive a cash reward to be paid according to your instructions.
Residential net metering customers with less than 10-kilowatt solar systems selling power to the V.I. Water and Power Authority will continue to get maximum full-price net metering payments after 2025, if a bill approved in committee Tuesday becomes law.
A bill to establish a one-call notification center to provide notice of all excavation around underground utilities was sent on for a final Senate vote Tuesday, though the measure provides few details of how, or if, the center will be created.
A Senate committee on Monday sent three of Gov. Kenneth Mapp's cabinet nominations for votes in the next legislative session, resuming the confirmation process held up over pay increases.
In a notice signed April 20, DPNR suspended the license of Terminix manager Jose Rivera for fumigating a unit at St. John’s Sirenusa condominiums with pesticide containing methyl bromide
Surrounded by a variety of law enforcement officials on Monday, Gov. Kenneth Mapp announced plans for citizen protection during St. Thomas Carnival and beyond.
Youngsters in the local Seventh-day Adventist Pathfinder Clubs are part of a world-wide organization, sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventists, to teach children ages 10 to 15 years to help their community, stay fit, learn discipline, serve God and be a friend to others.
Former Gov. John deJongh Jr. announced Saturday that he had paid to the Government of the Virgin Islands the sum of $202,831.60 for the security measures that remain at his home after he completed his term.
Despite competition from the opening of St. Thomas's Carnival Village on Friday night, a small but enthusiastic crowd of sports fans turned out for the premiere of WTJX's documentary "The Dream: The Road to the Kentucky Derby" at the Win Mill sports bar at Crown Bay Marina.
The first African Caribbean Conference attracted a happy mix of cruise ship passengers interspersed with local residents, many in colorful African garments, to learn more about the diaspora and Western African music. The event took place Saturday at Fort Christianvaern in Christiansted.