Limetree Bay Chief Executive Officer Jeff Rinker announced Monday that the St. Croix refinery will remain idle indefinitely, crippled by the confluence of months of noxious gas and oil releases enraging residents and regulators and a troubled restart that went hundreds of millions of dollars…
The Public Services Commission reluctantly — but unanimously — voted Monday to increase the V.I. Water and Power Authority’s fuel surcharge by 2.3 cents, bringing the total charge for ratepayers up to about 43 cents per kilowatt hour.
D’Amour struggles in Paris, but still gets Tokyo berth
Archery coach Angelo Ruiz, right, uses his cellphone to take video of St. Thomas native Nicholas D’Amour as he practices at the Paris Final Qualifying Tournament for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. While D’Amour was eliminated in the second round Monday, he still earned a berth in next month’s …
ST. THOMAS — After leading the first two days of the 28th International Optimist Regatta, St. Thomas teen Tanner Krygsveld spent Sunday focused on maintaining it.
Two Halos and a Pitchfork to Caneel Purpose Group, an investor group that recently unveiled its concept for reimagining Caneel Bay Resort.
In less than three months’ time, El Salvador intends becoming the first country in the world to make Bitcoin its official currency alongside the U.S. dollar.
Jahmori Colbourne enjoys watching the 2014 boat race on St. Thomas from the shoulders of his father, Vince Mondesire.
Dancers from the Cruzan Dance Center took the stage once again this month for the first time in two years, as they marked their 40th student showcase, “2021 Students of Caribbean Dance School,” at the Island Center for the Performing Arts.
U.S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Commander Nkosi Thomas, a native of St. Thomas, was awarded the Legion of Merit medal from the Secretary of Homeland Security (DHS), Alejandro Nicholas Mayorkas last month. Secretary Mayorkas presented the award during a ceremony at DHS Headquarters in Washington,…
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A woman who has been a fixture for months on the streets around the St. Thomas waterfront and Crown Bay was arrested Tuesday after a dispute with an officer, but police have been unable to figure out who she is.
A man charged with repeatedly stalking a woman on St. Thomas was arrested again for continuing to stalk her in violation of a restraining order.