April 26, 2017 9:11 pm Last modified: 9:05 pm

Local government

This Week’s Senate Calendar

Here’s what’s on tap at the V.I. Legislature this week.
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Division of Corporations and Trademarks to Close on Wednesdays

The St. Thomas-St. John Division of Corporations and Trademarks will be closed on Wednesdays commencing on March 22.
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Labor Begins Taking Applications for Summer Youth Employment and Training Program

All “In and Out of School” youths between the ages 14 to 25 are invited to register for the approximately 650 available slots for summer youth employment.
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Lieutenant Governor Issues Advisory on a Health Care Sharing Ministry

In his capacity as Commissioner of Insurance, Lt. Gov. Osbert E. Potter advises the public to learn fully about a Health Care Sharing Ministry (HCSM) before joining it.
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Legislature Invites Public to Centennial Transfer Day Events at Capitol Building

The members of the 32nd Legislature are inviting the community to witness an historic commemoration of the territory’s first 100 years under the American flag.
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DOH to Hold All Staff Meetings; Patient Care Services to Be Suspended

The Virgin Islands Department of Health (DOH) will be holding an all staff meeting for its employees on the following days:
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VIPD Changes Office Hours for Firearms Bureau

The Virgin Islands Police Department advises the public that the Firearms Bureau’s hours of operations have changed, effective immediately.
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Applications Still Available for Labor Invests for Tomorrow Internship (LIFT) Program

The Department of Labor is accepting applications for the Labor Investing for Tomorrow (LIFT) summer internship program. The deadline of March 24, 2017, is approaching and slots are limited for this internship experience.
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This Week’s Senate Calendar

Here’s what’s on tap at the V.I. Legislature this week.
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Results of Casting of Lots for Special Election for V.I. Legislature

St. Thomas-St. John District will hold a Special Election on April 8.
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