The continuing decline in assets faced by GERS is not due to poor investment choices, but to the system’s steadily increasing unfunded liability, administrator Austin Nibbs reiterated on Thursday.
The Rules and Judiciary Committee gave a preliminary thumbs-up to three nominees Thursday, continuing action on a series of Gov. Kenneth Mapp's recent nominees to boards and commissions.
One V.I. Board of Elections candidate could win a seat with as few as one vote while another candidate who received many thousands of votes would lose, if a bill sent out of committee becomes law.
WAPA now has a long-awaited permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for work on the marine side of its low-pressure gas project at St. Thomas's Randolph Harley Power Plant.
V.I. public smoking restrictions may be slightly relaxed to allow a "cigar factory" to operate a smoking lounge, possibly a smoking and drinking lounge, if a bill approved in committee becomes law.
The Centers for the Disease Control has issued an official health advisory on recognizing, managing and reporting Zika virus infections, the V.I. Department of Health reported Tuesday.
To counter softening demand for Caribbean travel, the Tourism Department announced a robust national television campaign on CNN and CNN's Headline News over the next six weeks.
It was fitting that the life of Martin Luther King Jr. was commemorated Monday in Frederiksted where slavery was abolished almost 20 years before the United States outlawed it.
Six months later, there’s no visible progress in resolving the territory’s nursing home crisis. The formal deadline for removing long-term nursing home patients from Sea View is Jan. 30.