The headquarters of Cuba’s renowned cultural institution Casa de las Americas, located in Havana, is a stately art deco building with austere lines and a commanding clock tower.
Tickets to a series of TEDx lectures held at Antilles School's Prior-Jollek Hall were sold out Saturday as fans of the popular talks gathered to hear speakers on subjects from optics to agriculture.
The UVI Board of Trustees approved a new sexual misconduct policy for the university at its quarterly meeting Saturday. The policy was last updated in 2011, UVI officials said in a statement.
WAPA has installed smart meters to about 98 percent of St. Thomas-St. John customers and will start on St. Croix this week. The atuhority says the meters will save time and money.
The Port Authority will receive $2.3 million in federal funding to construct an aircraft rescue and firefighting building at the airport on St. Croix, according to Delegate Stacey E. Plaskett.
The V.I. Government might temporarily take over Sea View Nursing Home to delay its financially disastrous decertification by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, acting Human Services Commissioner Vivian Ebbesen-Fludd told the Legislature Friday.
St. Croix radio magnate Jonathan Cohen pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor tax charges, and Assistant Attorney General Denise George-Counts withdrew her motion for sanctions against former Attorney General Terri Griffiths, during a June 3 U.S. District Court hearing.
Margot Bachman – editor, publisher and avid traveler – passed away Wednesday in Zurich, where she was traveling with her niece and nephew. It was her 97th birthday.
A bill to amend the Virgin Islands Code to allow for the cultivation of industrial hemp cleared the Legislature's Economic Development, Agriculture and Planning Committee on Thursday.
The Joint Board of Elections Supervisor Caroline Fawkes said that the $1.6 million dollar budget request she was proposing to the Legislature was up from last year’s budget of $1.4 million.