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SERVICE AND MONEY, KEYS TO TOURISM SUCCESS

"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.

REORGANIZATION PLAN: NO REAL SURPRISES

The long-awaited Governor's Reorganization Plan was presented Wednesday to the Legislature -- late, fragmented and without any questioning by senators.

TEACHERS MARCH ON LEGISLATURE

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.

BLUE FLU HITS POLICE WHILE TEACHERS PROTEST

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.

PRIME ANNOUNCES SALE OF REEF TO MARRIOTT

It's now official: Prime Hospitality Corp. has agreed to sell the Marriott Frenchman's Reef Resort Hotel to Marriott International Inc.

PRINCIPALS FORCED TO SEND STUDENTS HOME

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.

GOV’T OWES $84M TO RETIREMENT SYSTEM

Without $84 million in government payments the Government Employees Retirement System has reached the point where benefits paid out have exceeded contributions received.

BLUE FLU HITS STT COPS WHILE TEACHERS PROTEST

Police on St. Thomas staged a sickout on Tuesday as teachers protested on Wednesday.

PHOENIX POLICYHOLDERS HAVE REFUNDS COMING

Some 1,210 former customers of the defunct insurance company are owed $482,514 in unearned premiums.

GOV’T OWES $84M TO RETIREMENT SYSTEM

GERS had to liquidate more than $11 million of its assets to met retiree payments for FY 1998.

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