May 26, 2017 12:56 pm Last modified: 9:57 am

Local government

Bureau of Internal Revenue to Close for April 28th Installation

The excise tax offices on all three islands will be closed on April 28. The offices will be installing a new transformer.
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WAPA Releases Schedule of Customer Service Hours for Carnival Week

The following is the schedule of operating hours for the customer services offices of WAPA on April 26, April 27, April 28 and May 1.
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Labor Begins 2017 Summer Youth Employment and Training Program

Young people are strongly encouraged to submit their applications for summer experiences by June 16.
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Sorority to Hold ‘AKA Day at the Capitol’ at V.I. Legislature on St. Thomas, St. Croix

“AKA Day at the Capitol” is an initiative that allows the sorority members and lawmakers to participate in a dialogue about important platform issues.
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UVI-CELL Offering Report Writing Course for Law Enforcement, Security Professionals

Report writing has become an essential skill for many professions, especially those in law enforcement. The course is open to anyone interested in improving their report writing skills.
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VITEMA Begins Installation of Twenty New Outdoor Sirens

VITEMA continues to enhance the USVI Tsunami Readiness Program with upgrades and expansion.
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All Political Signs Must Be Removed

Effective Saturday, April 22, all political road signs are to be removed pursuant to the law.
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St-Thomas-St. John District Board Can’t Certify Special Election Until Rodriquez De-Certified

Almost all special election votes have been counted, but the St. Thomas-St. John District Board of Elections might not be able to certify the results until the status of former senator elect Kevin Rodriquez has been officially settled.
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Board of Education Advises Public of Deadline for Financial Aid Applications

All applications must be submitted no later than 5 p.m., Friday, May 5.
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Public Input Wanted on Reappointment of Superior Court Magistrate Judges

The public and the members of the Virgin Islands Bar Association are informed that, according to a press release from the Honorable Michael C. Dunston, presiding judge of the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands, the current terms of the Superior Court Magistrate Judges are set to exp
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