ST. THOMAS — The V.I. Waste Management Authority is unsure where haulers are dumping waste from septic systems on St. Thomas.
‘Team Triathlon’ wins Island Hopper’s Race on St. Croix
STSA to hold first swim meet of season today
Just weeks after the World Health Organization’s March 11 declaration of COVID-19 as a global pandemic, 8 Tuff Miles Race Director Peter Alter knew that the 25th anniversary of the race, then nearly 11 months away, was not going to happen. The 24th 8 Tuff Miles road race took place Feb. 29, …
There is something about the way the rich and well connected announce their battle with a health issue that catches my attention. They often say something like they have a great medical team to help them fight the disease as hard as they can. They sometimes mention specifics about the treatm…
A snake, of the most venomous kind, slithered it’s way into the Virgin Islands community, unnoticed and ready to strike. Strike at our Virgin Islands children in an attempt to sexually abuse them.
CBIA and EHIA have claim they are not responsible for environmental contamination at the Caneel site and they should not be responsible for remediation. However, there is no evidence of due diligence when they took over the Caneel property or that there was any subsequent environmental assessment.
Love City Car Show founders Alston Smith and Jay Swartley recently presented a $500 donation raised through proceeds from their fifth annual Love City Car Show 2019 to The Boys & Girls Club St. Thomas/St. John.
Using the pen name I. Carole Husbands, Imani Marley-Husbands shares the tales of life lessons learned or passed down through the eyes of a child living in the Caribbean in her new series of three books entitled “Folk Tales of the Caribbean.”
The Ten Commandments, as first set out in Exodus chapter 20, were not “categorical imperatives” wherein the Divine might have ordered, “Do what I tell you, for I am the Lord your God.” Instead, the Divine says, “I am the one who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slave…
For the Record
One of three individuals who attempted to rob a Scotiabank on St. Thomas has admitted to his role in the crime, and is now facing between five and 15 years behind bars, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court.
A man who led police on a high-speed chase after shooting a firearm on St. John was already on pretrial release for another shooting in May, according to court records.