ST. THOMAS — V.I. lawmakers were not enthused Friday by AT&T and Sprint officials, who, while giving an overview of their hurricane contingency plans, were unable to answer several questions in detail — a problem that senators attributed to a lack of local Virgin Islands representation.
V.I. government employees in more than a dozen departments will be seeing an increase in their paychecks.
ST. THOMAS — You’d think having three different groups of players practicing at different locations would be a challenge to putting together a successful team.
Buccaneer tennis camp in final weeks on St. Croix
ST. THOMAS — The U.S. Virgin Islands All Stars gave another college team from the United States all it could handle in the Paradise Jam Summer Tour.
A colleague brought to my attention that someone is killing public trees along the roadside of St. Croix.
Out in the wide blue ocean where the warm breezes blow was the island of Tufterville, where the Tufters lived.
Students, teachers and Virgin Islanders all have that familiar, queasy feeling in the pit of their stomachs. The not-surprising news about Charlotte Amalie High School is clear: It is neither safe nor ready for anyone.
In my experience, many Christians are at least somewhat familiar with a number of holy days of our Jewish sisters and brothers.
Kinder Camp visits museum
Author Angela Golden Bryan relaunched of her book, “Fireburn The Screenplay: A story of passion ignited, based on the history of St. Croix,” in July to bring more awareness to the event known in Virgin Islands history as the Fireburn.