- Judge says Stephanie Barnes will go to trial next week
- Boston scores 29, leads No. 1 Gamecocks past NC A&T 79-42
- St. Croix organization aims to bring holiday sparkle to Christiansted
- Governor announces partnership with V.I. Diabetes Center of Excellence
- Grand jury files fifth indictment against Paul Girard and accused conspirators
Stephanie Barnes may finally be going to trial on conspiracy and fraud charges, after a federal judge denied the latest request for yet another delay, and said prosecutors seem to be stalling for time.
ST. CROIX — The Crucian Cultural Group is gearing up to again bring holiday cheer to Christiansted with a series of events this month.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. announced the launch of a private-public partnership between the V.I. Health Department, his office and the Diabetes Center of Excellence at a Government House press briefing Monday.
ST. THOMAS — Arizona’s starters didn’t get their usual amount of playing time Saturday — something that head coach Adia Barnes hoped would happen.
ST. THOMAS — Jordan Nixon had a near-perfect night for No. 23 Texas A&M in its final game at the Paradise Jam women’s college basketball tournament.
What Virgin Islander’s name makes the righteous smile and the sinners tremble?
On Sept. 8, The Daily News questioned the Bryan Administration’s reluctance to require visitors to the territory to be vaccinated. Government House spokesman Richard Motta responded by stating “it is a challenge being able to validate vaccination records for vaccines administered outside of …
Sen. Milton Potter, chairman of the Senate Committee on Ethical Conduct, claimed in a press release earlier this week that “Rules of the 34th Legislature” prohibit him and his colleagues from conducting a transparent investigation of Sen. Marvin Blyden’s admission that he violated a COVID-19…
The USVI Hotel & Tourism Association and its members celebrated Thanksgiving with the Boys & Girls Club of St. Thomas during their annual holiday luncheon with a donation of 50 turkeys by Frenchman’s Reef.
A Mystery Chef Dinner was recently held at Sea La Vie Restaurant in Frenchtown to raise funds for the Humane Society of St. Thomas.