Friday's children's parade had more spectators than ever before, and even when the sky opened and rain came around midday, people stayed put and cheered for all the troupes participating. A big factor in the much larger parade attendance was that the annual Carnival horse races were m
An order issued Wednesday by the V.I. Supreme Court brought the territory in line with 27 other U.S. jurisdictions in adopting the Uniform Bar Examination, allowing attorneys certified elsewhere to be admitted to the local bar without examination.
Students from all over St. Thomas, close to 300 students and chaperones from sister-island St. Croix, all four V.I. high school bands and athletes from Tortola will all be part of the 65th Annual Carnival Children’s Parade on Friday.
With a new impact fee for timeshares going into effect, the Bureau of Internal Revenue is holding a workshop for owners. The workshop will begin at 10 a.m. Friday, May 5, at IRB offices on St. Thomas and St. Croix, IRB Director Marvin Pickering said in a news release. The environmenta
After a meeting that lasted only15 minutes, St. Thomas-St. John District Board of Elections members voted Monday not to certify the April 8 special election results and left the matter in the hands of the Senate to figure out.