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"Service, service, and more service," stressed acting Tourism Commissioner Michael Bornn Wednesday night as he outlined his "vision" for the Virgin Islands before the St. Thomas- St. John Hotel Association at Bluebeards Hotel.
The long-awaited Governor's Reorganization Plan was presented Wednesday to the Legislature -- late, fragmented and without any questioning by senators.
Carrying placards reading "If we must suck salt, we must all suck salt" and "How can a broke government give raises to some? Shame, shame on this government!," approximately 400 government workers met at Emancipation Gardens at 8 a.m. Wednesday for a rally and march to the Legislature.
A Territorial Court judge on Tuesday evening ordered more than 30 St. Thomas police officers back to work after they called in sick earlier in the day.
It's now official: Prime Hospitality Corp. has agreed to sell the Marriott Frenchman's Reef Resort Hotel to Marriott International Inc.
For the second time in less than a week, V.I. public school teachers walked off the job in the St. Thomas-St. John district.
Without $84 million in government payments the Government Employees Retirement System has reached the point where benefits paid out have exceeded contributions received.
Police on St. Thomas staged a sickout on Tuesday as teachers protested on Wednesday.
Some 1,210 former customers of the defunct insurance company are owed $482,514 in unearned premiums.
GERS had to liquidate more than $11 million of its assets to met retiree payments for FY 1998.