- Shootings leave three dead, 11-year-old girl injured
- USVISA doing its part to help victims of St. Vincent volcano eruption
- LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP: Smith sets USVI records during VITFF meet on St. Croix
- New ownership, same success
- Putting off U.S. for now, Virgin Voyages to debut cruise ship Scarlet Lady in U.K.
An 11-year-old girl on a St. Croix playground was one of the victims injured by gunfire on Monday night, and three men were killed at two different crime scenes, police said at a press conference.
Jonice Hughes measures out a length of madras fabric, a popular item, at L&C Milliner Department Store in Charlotte Amalie on St. Thomas. Hughes came to work for Leslie Milliner, the store's founder, in 1983 and took it over when he retired in 2005. After 56 years, the name L&C Milli…
Water and Power Authority contractor, Leumas Engineering, will begin repaving streets and roadways in Frederiksted this week, WAPA said Tuesday in a news release.
When the La Soufriere volcano erupted on the northern end of St. Vincent nearly two weeks ago, it didn’t take the U.S. Virgin Islands Soccer Association very long to decide to do something to help.
Smith sets USVI age-group records during VITFF meet on St. Croix
St. Thomas wins ‘Honoring a Legend’ softball tourney
Project Promise, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of at-risk youth in St. Croix, has announced that its Salt River Bay Program, which gives all local public school fourth grade students the opportunity to visit and learn about the history of the Salt River Bay Nation…
Visitors come to Lovango Cay for oceanfront dining or a relaxing day at the pool, but soon they’ll also be able to learn about the fight to save the territory’s coral reefs, and to see coral restoration in action.
For the Record
After a night that left three individuals dead on St. Croix, the territory is on pace for 2021 to be the deadliest year in at least a decade.
Police are investigating a series of shootings over the weekend on St. Croix that left one person dead and three others injured, according to V.I. Police spokesman Toby Derima.
At a court hearing Tuesday morning, a magistrate judge found probable cause for four of five criminal charges filed against a man who admitted to forging fake COVID-19 test results so he and his wife could travel to St. Croix.