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Anguilla Landfill on St. Croix. (Source file photo)

EPA Proposes to Approve USVI Solid Waste Program; Public Hearings Set for July 23,...

EPA will hold three public hearings -- one on each island -- to explain the proposed approval and to take written comments through Aug. 2.
VIPD patrol car. (Linda Morland photo)

Police Find Woman’s Body in Locked Car

The body of a woman was found shortly after midnight Saturday in a locked car in the Sunny Isle Shopping Center parking lot, the V.I. Police Department reported. The cause of death has yet to be determined.

Event Awards Supporters of National Guard and Reserve

At the event the committee presented awards to individuals, organizations and businesses who touched the lives of guardsmen or assisted in the advancement of Virgin Islands Committee of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve's (VI ESGR) mission.

VI ESGR Gives Dr. Dale Manuel the Patriot Award

Stanley S. Jones, state chair of the Virgin Islands Committee of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve presented the Patriot Award to employer Dr. Dale Manuel of Smiles St. Croix Dental Studio at its annual dinner.

USVI Soccer Association Executive Committee Holds Elections

The candidates for the various positions are nominated by the membership at least a month before the meeting. The term of service on the executive committee is four years, and there are no term limits.

Lawmakers Meet With Officials From Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Olympic Town Host Program

The purpose of the meeting with visiting Japanese and V.I. Olympic officials was to consider the participation of the USVI in next year’s Tokyo Olympics, the Paralympic Games and the Olympic Town Host Program.
Intern Armani Doward shows the bottom of the cabin wall. Coral blocks make up much of the building materials in the walls. These cabins were in use from the mid 1700s until the 1960s, giving a great opportunity to explore the living conditions over time. (Source photo by Linda Morland)

Archaeology Open House Brings the Past to Life

An afternoon gave visitors a chance to look into the past, as the Society of Black Archaeologists held an open house of its multi-year, sustainable archaeology project at Estate Little Princess.
Sen. Alicia Barnes expresses frustration with the representative from various government agencies testifying Wednesday on hurricane preparedness. (Photo by Barry Leerdam, USVI Legislature)

Barnes to Return Campaign Money from Epstein’s EDC Company

Sen. Alicia Barnes (D-STX) will return $1,000 in campaign contributions to a company owned by billionaire Jeffrey Epstein following the billionaire’s high-profile arrest on sex trafficking and child molestation charges.

Mask Project Promotes Connections Between Arts and Mental Health

Creators of the 'Masks in the Aftermath' project want to take it to the next level, exploring how the arts can be integrated with mental health programs in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Survey Focuses on USVI Self-Determination, Constitution

The University of the Virgin Islands is conducting an educational survey seeking to understand public views on self-determination and related issues and wants input from people who have lived in the territory for at least three years.





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