V.I. Police are continuing to work towards consent decree compliance amid leadership changes at the department, and the death of court-appointed Independent Monitor Charles Gruber.
St. Croix’s Luis Hospital reported an “all-time high” number of COVID-19 hospitalizations Sunday, other government agencies announced closings territorywide and at least one St. Thomas business closed briefly as the V.I. Health Department investigated reports of a COVID outbreak in the wake …
In response to Gov. Albert Bryan Jr.’s delay of in-person learning, the V.I. Education Department announced via press release late Friday night that it will distribute online learning tools, including laptops and MiFi devices, beginning today.
Track and field athletes Chantel Malone and Kyron McMaster both pulled off firsts for the British Virgin Islands over the weekend at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
In the days leading up to his first race in the Olympics, British Virgin Islands hurdler Kyron McMaster thought he had gotten past having any sort of pre-race nerves.
It’s been more than four years since the last horse races were held on either of the U.S. Virgin Islands’ two race tracks.
We know that your patience is running thin, but we encourage you to hold on as we all continue to fight this awful coronavirus disease. Let the vaccine work, and put your trust in Almighty God. He will see us through. God never gives us more than we can bear.
ST. THOMAS — The St. Thomas Reformed Church will host Dion Parson and friends for a Jazz Vesper Service on Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m.
By LORI ABBOTTS
For the Record
Police are awaiting autopsy results to determine why a man died Saturday on St. Thomas.
An Oswald Harris Court resident has been arrested on a firearm charge after police helped serve an eviction notice at his residence.