- Education combats edibles surfacing in public schools, JFL North nearing completion
- V.I. Police defend use of stun guns, pepper spray in mental health calls
- Wheatley proposes ‘shared responsibility’ to sidestep most stringent COI recommendation
- Online travel portal to end June 1
- Port Canaveral makes arrival plans for new Disney Wish cruise ship
The V.I. Education Department reported six separate cases this school year involving the ingestion of marijuana laced edibles across four public schools and both districts during Wednesday’s Senate Health, Hospitals, Human Services Committee.
V.I. Police are continuing to use excessive force on people with severe symptoms of mental illness, according to the latest report by a court-appointed independent monitor, but government officials say the use of Tasers and pepper spray on individuals in crisis is justified.
TORTOLA — British Virgin Islands Premier Natalio Wheatley, hoping to avoid direct rule as recommended in the Commission of Inquiry Report, is proposing a “shared responsibility” to U.K. government.
The U.S. Virgin Islands under-15 national baseball team split its first two games in the Copa Del Caribe Beisbol youth baseball tournament, which began Sunday in the Dominican Republic.
St. Croix’s Catherine Seguin and Kelsey Hill teamed up to win the seventh Mermaid Mixer, a “women’s only” swim-run relay race held Sunday on St. Croix.
The Virgin Islands Horse Racing Commission finally got an update Monday from VIGL Operations LLC on where things stand in regards to the resumption of horse racing in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Pitchfork to the V.I. Police Detective who must have slept through all his academy classes on handling evidence. Otherwise, he surely would have known better than to skip proper procedure and instead just take a wad of cash to the station, saying “That’s the $1,700 from (the accused thief).”…
Halo to the V.I. Government for its discovery of a magic Fountain of Youth that miraculously reverses aging! Not overnight, or course, but over a period of a mere five years.
“It’s not difficult for me and it’s not difficult for anyone to say that the actions, which are described in the affidavit, are deplorable, are disappointing, are shocking and we denounce those actions, without a shadow if a doubt.”
Lila Uzzell was quite familiar with the Friends of Virgin Islands National Park when she got the call requesting her presence as the first member of the organization’s Young Professionals Board.
Out of 21 entries, young artist Savannah Woodson Reeves was named the first-place winner of the Congressional Institute’s annual art competition for the Virgin Islands district.