Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. on Monday announced a tighter crackdown on businesses, boaters and unmasked individuals who continue to violate health and safety guidelines amid a surge in COVID-19 cases.
ST. THOMAS — V.I. lawmakers on Monday soundly rejected Gov. Albert Bryan Jr.’s proposal to put a tighter grip on mass gatherings, insisting the measure was overly restrictive and an unnecessary duplication of functions already in place.
ST. THOMAS — The V.I. Legislature on Monday unanimously voted to approve an extension to the territory’s public health State of Emergency through Oct. 9.
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U.S. Virgin Islands native Horace “Hoss” Clarke, who spent a decade playing in the major leagues for two different teams, passed away Wednesday. He was 81.
Hours prior to V.I. senators — sitting as a Committee of the Whole — hearing conflicting details relative to a nearly $1 million contract that would have benefited a startup company co-founded by his eldest daughter, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. requested another 60-day extension to the current Sta…
As I mentioned in my last article about COVID-19, my perspective in fighting this disease is from a holistic approach, which means the healing of the human body physically, mentally and spiritually. Thus, the diet of the human family is an important factor to fight off any virus or disease t…
The recent push from the Senate Committee on Health, Hospitals and Human Services to push through legislation to abolish corporal punishment in public schools is bringing the Virgin Islands out of the dark ages.
Ellen McLean and Dr. Alfred O. Heath received meritorious awards for outstanding service from the St. Thomas/St. John Friends of Denmark Society this past week, presented by Society President Marlene Petersen-Boschulte and Vice President Lillia King. The awards were given to honor their work…
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ST. THOMAS — A woman accused of using three children to help smuggle 167 pounds of marijuana into St. Thomas was released on bond Friday over the objection of federal prosecutors.
ST. THOMAS — A woman traveling with three children was arrested Wednesday and charged with smuggling 167 pounds of marijuana into the territory, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court.
Police are investigating a gunpoint robbery and home invasion on St. Croix, according to a news release from V.I. Police spokesman Toby Derima.