- Elections board members call foul as chairman vote is held without a quorum
- Brothel owner to spend seven years in prison, pay $1M in restitution to victims
- SCHOOL SPORTS ROUNDUP: St. Croix basketball results
- Tourism touts partnership with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, offers island getaway
- Summit at Tutu Park to give students second chance at education (with photo)
ST. THOMAS – V.I. Board of Elections Chairman Raymond Williams was re-elected at a Wednesday meeting on St. Thomas, leaving one member who was absent crying foul and vowing to take the matter to court over the “illegally convened meeting.”
ST. THOMAS — A District Court judge on Monday granted a request by prosecutors to sentence a brothel owner to seven years and three months behind bars.
The V.I. Tourism Department announced it will partner again this year with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition and will offer a trip getaway to one of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS Middle School Boys Basketball
ST. THOMAS — Savannah Young spent her youth learning how to handle a sailboat — and how to race them — in the waters of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Putting together a good 20 minutes of play hasn’t been a problem for the University of the Virgin Islands’ men’s basketball team.
One author extolled the experience of attending a crime writing festival as an awesome opportunity to meet and mingle with like-minded artists who are passionate about their work and simply enjoy getting together from time to time to inspire, invigorate and encourage each other.
The first pope to resign was Celestine V, born Pietro Da Morrone, who was living the life of a pious hermit when he was elevated to the papacy in 1294, in his 80s, to break a two-year deadlock in the College of Cardinals. Feeling overmastered by the job, he soon resigned in the expectation t…
Visit 81C Saturday from 5 p.m. to midnight to view “God Is a Woman,” a photography exhibit by Lia Garvey. The exhibit features works by the young, imaginative and dynamic Virgin Islands analogue film photographer that offer an alluring variety of timeless, grainy, black and white, sepia-ting…
Join the Forum for a screening of the London National Theatre play “The Book of Dust” by Phillip Pullman, broadcast live from London’s Bridge Theatre Thursday at 7 p.m. at Antilles School’s Prior Jollek Hall.