- First case of COVID-19 found on St. John; Territorial count up to 22
- Senators OK borrowing, say WAPA has promised no disconnections during coronavirus
- St. Croix teen riding out viral storm in hard-hit Spain
- Plaskett says territory will benefit from $2 trillion stimulus package
- These Native American women came to Philadelphia to see their ancestral land. They found apartments and a parking garage
The Virgin Islands Department of Health on Saturday announced three new positive cases of the COVID-19 virus, including the first confirmed case on St. John.This brings the territory’s total confirmed cases to 22 — 11 on St. Croix, 10 on St. Thomas, and one on St. John.All three new confirme…
Eleven Senators met for an emergency Legislative session Friday on St. Thomas to approve several urgent bills related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
V.I. Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett on Friday applauded the passage of a historic $2 trillion stimulus package that aims to bolster an economy staggering under the weight of the COVID-19 virus.
Natalia Kuipers had a plan in mind when she moved to Spain late last year.
St. Thomas native Aliyah Boston earned another national award Wednesday when she was named the inaugural winner of the Tamika Catchings Freshman of the Year Award by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
In honor of V.I. History Month I pay homage to the culture bearers who have maintained our history through storytelling. If you look back through the history of these islands, you will find a long line of storytellers and troubadours who have taught, warned and entertained. For today’s story…
As families struggle to cope with the concept of social distancing in response to the threat of COVID-19, the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) has announced the launch of Ready4K in the USVI. Developed by educational researchers, this text-based family engagement curriculum …
As the first female commander of the 786th Quartermaster Battalion, Lt. Col. (Retired) Janice Grant has led the way for women in the Virgin Islands National Guard.
ST. THOMAS — More than 450 guests and parishioners attended a two-day assembly hosted by Jehovah’s Witnesses earlier this month at its Frederiksted hall.
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A tip to police resulted in the arrest of a St. Croix man Tuesday night on gun charges.
A contractor at Limetree Bay Terminals on St. Croix has died after falling from the third flood of a condominium complex, according to V.I. Police spokesman Toby Derima.
A St. Corix man is charged with arson after reportedly setting fire to a car belonging to a woman he had previously been in a relationship with.