Before Hurricanes Irma and Maria, the Virgin Islands were home to sightings of over 150 different bird species, most of which Ranger Laurel Brannick of the National Park Service said can still be found in numbers that are "improving but not normal yet.”
A man whose identity was being withheld pending notification of next of kin as of mid-morning Thursday was found dead of an apparent gunshot wound in the area of Subbase.
Emancipation Day – July 3 – commemorates the day in 1848 when 9,000 enslaved Africans on St. Croix demanded their freedom, forcing Gov. Peter von Scholten to declare, “All unfree in the Danish West Indies are from today emancipated."
Because he is a talented dancer, Amal Bryson has been given the chance of a lifetime – a scholarship from St. Croix Pride to train and dance with KasheDance, a contemporary dance company founded by Jamaican Kevin Ormsby, now based in Canada.
Four Virgin Islands teens are in Spain, where they will compete for a spot in professional clubs academies. The players from the USVI that left Monday on the trip are Elton Richards, Dalton Parr, Connor Querrard and Jimson St. Louis.
If the V.I. Division of Personnel is doing so much to bring down health insurance premiums, Sen. Donna Frett-Gregory wants to know why employee contributions are not coming down.
A historic St. John research station once used by deep sea adventurers in the 1960s will be brought back from the devastation of back-to-back hurricanes in 2017.
Tens of millions of dollars in uncompensated care continues to strain the budget of St. Croix's Juan F. Luis Hospital, JFL officials told lawmakers Tuesday, with violent crime-related injuries and long-term boarders incurring some of the higher-cost, unpaid medical services.
Five years after Gov. John deJongh signed a measure laying out funding for the Paul Joseph Stadium in Frederiksted, and more than half the money has been spent. While officials say it could be completed by the end of next year – if an additional $7 million is appropriated.
In the third part of our video series, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. shares his vision for making art and artifacts collected by the government more accessible. That includes finding spaces for showcasing art, including local forts, libraries and airports.