Rotary West celebrated both the accomplishments inspired by youth and those gained from good old experience at a recognition dinner Tuesday at the club’s community center in Frederiksted.
An investigation is under way by both the V.I. Police Department and V.I. Fire Services into the cause of a fire near WAPA's LPG storage terminal on St. Croix.
This year students at the CTEC career fair all went directly in to the vocational classrooms and got an overview of the programs from instructors, students and guests in the perspective field.
After a week of sampling Cuba's myriad cultural delights, Source publisher Shaun Pennington offers her observations and input from Cubans about what tourism is today and what increased tourism could look like.
Downtown Christiansted was bright green as the 46th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade rolled up Company Street to Sunday Market Square and back down King Street.Wearing green was not required, but just about everyone in the crowd of thousands, did.
Genealogist, author and educator Leayle Robinson Saturday shared excerpts from his forthcoming book focusing on Virgin Islands centenarians, those individuals in the territory who have lived passed the age of 100.
V.I. Police Department officers Friday arrested a suspect in a domestic-violence assault.
The University of the Virgin Islands Research and Technology Park – known as the RTPark – is poised to spur economic development that, "creates wealth, generates knowledge, and inspires and draws on the innate creativity and talent recognizing that we are in the Caribbean," the park’s new executive director told an audience Thursday evening.
The V.I. Legislature passed completely unfunded appropriations of $7 million to Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital and $3 million for Schneider Regional Medical Center on Thursday.
The St. Croix Elections Board voted to close two decrepit polling sites at its monthly meeting Wednesday. However, the board did not certify the 2014 general election recount for three candidates.