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Three Arrested at Airport in Two Cocaine Cases

Shahime Ludvig, Jr., 20, of St. Thomas was arrested Tuesday on a complaint charging him with possession with the intent to distribute cocaine, U.S. Attorney Gretchen C.F. Shappert, announced.

USVIEDA Offices to Close on Thursday, Sept. 27, for Colleague’s Funeral

The USVIEDA office will reopen in both districts at 8 a.m., Friday, Sept. 28.

UVI Bulletin Board for September II

Here's what is happening on both campuses of the University of the Virgin Islands.

AT&T Retail Team, Women of AT&T Donate to WCSC

The Women’s Coalition of St. Croix provides advocacy, programs and services to end all forms of violence and oppression.

Feds Award Funds to Frederiksted Health Care for Opioid Abuse and Mental Health Services

Frederiksted Health Care will expand access to integrated behavioral health care services using evidence-based models to meet substance use disorder and mental health needs on St. Croix.

Territorial Hospital Board to Meet

The V.I. Government Hospital and Health Facilities Corporation Board of Directors will hold a Territorial Board meeting via teleconference.

St. Croix Foundation Celebrates 28th Anniversary, Plans 2019 Food & Wine Experience

Established in 1990, the Foundation has served as a conduit for over $40,000,000 in funding for community-based projects throughout the Virgin Islands.
Gov. Kenneth Mapp talks about school openings and contract negotiations at a news conference Monday on St. Thomas.

Mapp: Government Ready to Reopen Negotiations if School Opening Goes Well

If this week of school openings and classes go smoothly, the government is ready to sit back down at the table with American Federation of Teachers leadership to negotiate a counteroffer for wage increases, Gov. Kenneth Mapp said Monday.
Charlotte Amalie High School (File photo)

CAHS, Woodson Issues Are Part of Reconstruction Process, Mapp Says

Charlotte Amalie High School is still scheduled to open for the school year on Thursday, but issues caused by the buildings at the back part of the property being condemned are throwing some monkey wrenches into the plan.
This 8:30 p.m. AST Monday satellite photo, with the USVI and Puerto Rico just to the left of center, shows the remnant of TS Kirk at right, moving west towards the Windward Islands at about 25 mph. (NOAA photo)

Remnants of TS Kirk Moving Towards Caribbean

A tropical wave, the remnants of Tropical Storm Kirk, is located about 1,300 miles east of the Windward Islands and moving west at a brisk 25 miles an hour, according to the National Hurricane Center.





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