- Puerto Rico overhauls BVI in CONCACAF Nations League finale
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- Boston finalist for 3rd national player of year award
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- Register by Saturday for ‘The Amazing Historical Hunt in Cruz Bay’
Registration deadline is Saturday for Historical Hunt
ST. THOMAS — Organizers are all abuzz about a three-day music festival set for next month.
Journey Castillo is your average two-year-old, she’s full of energy, loves to run, and is not afraid to play in the dirt. What is unique about Journey is her mission to visit all 63 U.S. National Park with her parents, Valerie and Eric Castillo.
TORTOLA — After falling behind early, visiting Puerto Rico scored three unanswered goals against the British Virgin Islands men’s national soccer team for a 3-1 victory Thursday at the A.O. Shirley Grounds to complete a sweep of their CONCACAF Nations League matches.
THURSDAY’S RESULTS Middle School Boys Basketball
South Carolina senior and St. Thomas native Aliyah Boston was named one of four finalists for the Wade Trophy, the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s national player of the year award, officials announced Thursday.
The U.S. Virgin Islands Caribbean Music Festival, presented by the U.S. Virgin Islands Tourism Department and curated by United Jazz Foundation in collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center, continues with its second festival of the series, with headliner Chucho Valdés, a Latin and Afro Carib…
The H. Lavity Stoutt Community College’s Mangrove Nursery Project recently hosted a 16-person delegation from the University of the Virgin Islands as part of a marine sciences knowledge exchange.