Representatives for the St. Croix Avis newspaper and the West Indian Co. Ltd. met in Superior Court on Wednesday in the latest battle over documents related to the rental of a villa on behalf of Gov. Kenneth Mapp.
Based on the findings of a 2014 Inspector General’s report, the Lieutenant Governor’s Office is giving owners back their land on properties auctioned in 2012 and 2013, but outstanding taxes still must be paid.
After bidding farewell to its latest president, the governing board of the Gov. Juan Luis Hospital and Medical Center heard about a faintly positive financial trend for the first time in years.
Officers from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office on Friday apprehended a man at Cyril E. King Airport wanted for alleged crimes on St. Croix.
The VIPD is looking for the identity of a suspect who can be seen burning a chicken alive in a video uploaded to Facebook in late September. The video was uploaded by a user identified as "Blacks Lee."
The V.I. Lottery is on track to just break even this year, thanks to slot machine-like "video lottery terminals," on St. Thomas, but it wants to keep more gambling revenues for its own operations.
After leading the Gov. Juan Luis Hospital board through several life-threatening crises for three years, Dr. Anthony Ricketts resigned last week to devote more time to his 15-year-old pediatric practice.
Local IT managers had a chance to explore whether the cloud storage technology offered by companies such as Hewlett Packard and Intel Corp. is really right for the territory at an expo Tuesday.
Basic facts are in dispute in an audit performed by Vantage Energy Consulting at the insistence of the Public Services Commission, according to officials testifying to a Senate committee Monday.
According to the VIPA, the authority’s aircraft rescue and fire trucks are replaced in intervals, and the Global Striker will take over for another in the fleet that will be coming out of rotation.