The owner of Yacht Haven Grande on St. Thomas announced plans Friday to “unilaterally” move forward with the Long Bay Landing cruise pier project in St. Thomas Harbor, as negotiations with the West Indian Co. — and the Bryan administration — quickly broke down over the summer.
- Yacht Haven to move forward ‘unilaterally' with Long Bay Landing cruise pier project
- Schneider executives sentenced
- Investigation continues into alleged threat against St. Croix Educational Complex
- Group fighting for rights of residents of territories gets win
- 15 set to compete in Sunday’s Soca Party Monarch preliminary
Virgin Islands Police Commissioner Trevor Velinor said Friday that an investigation into an alleged threat of violence against students at the St. Croix Educational Complex has, so far, given “no indication” that the threat was valid.
Winter Youth Volleyball league meets Wednesday
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The Caribbean Community Theatre and the students of the Calico Cat Company will present “Bedtime Stories (as told by our dad, who messed them up),” at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr., first lady Yolanda Bryan and their daughter Sumayah Bryan invite the Virgin Islands community to the family’s Christmas tree lightings and children’s parties on St. Croix, St. Thomas and St. John.
The Forum will present a lecture by Egyptologist Mark Lehner on the latest results in the search for the palace of Khufu, the builder of the Great Pyramid, at 8 tonight at Antilles School’s Prior Jolleck Hall.