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Federal authorities have charged a Puerto Rico man with attempting to illegally transport migrants by boat from St. Thomas, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court.
One man is dead and another is in stable condition at Schneider Hospital on St. Thomas after two separate shootings this weekend.
ST. THOMAS — Spot on starts, successfully managing wind shifts and a solid final day proved the winning combination that led 12-year-old Griggs Diemar to place first overall at the 27th annual International Optimist Regatta.
USVI Davis Cup team opens play Tuesday vs. Puerto Rico
ST. THOMAS — Puzzling out the best course of tactics in the face of continually shifting winds paid off for Malta’s Richard Schultheis on Friday in the opening day of sailing at the 27th annual International Optimist Regatta.
The Humane Society of St. Thomas is reporting a community animal crisis.
A diamond halo to Andy Smith of Island Roads Corporation who generously stepped forward and paved the road to the St. Thomas Humane Society.
Faith Wesleyan Holiness Church of Anna’s Retreat, St. Thomas, now has a home online.
In years past, on or about Trinity Sunday, I have sought to inspire greater interest in and meditation upon the concept of a triune: a three-facet, ultimate metaphysical reality, “God in Three Persons, Blessed Trinity.”
The nonprofit Project Promise has donated $750 to the Lockhart School Elementary school’s library.