March 24, 2017 12:13 am Last modified: 12:06 am

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@ School: Program Helps St. John Parents to Learn English

In a program that meets twice a week from October through April, St. John adults come to Julius E. Sprauve School to practice their English-speaking skills.
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Offices of the Tax Assessor to Close Early for Six Weeks

The Tax Assessor Offices in the territory will be closing early for six weeks to prepare for issuance of property tax bills.
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Official List Released of Transfer Centennial Events

The following is a list of the Centennial Events Scheduled for March 24 Through April 2:
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Analysis: What to Watch for as Congress Debates Health Care Law

If it passes, in anything like its current form, What does the proposed American Health Care Act mean for the Virgin Islands? It's useful to look at the major changes and speculate on the impact those could have on the VI if applied to us.
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Three Danish Ships to Pay Call on V.I.

Three ships from Denmark, including the tall ship Danmark, will call on the U.S. Virgin Islands to mark the centennial of the transfer of the territory from Danish to U.S control.
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Results Given for Last Part of Denmark-Virgin Islands Transfer Marathon Results

Denmark-Virgin Islands Transfer Marathons concluded the St. Croix part of the marathon series last Sunday, March 12. There were some spectacular runs.
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Human Services to Have Mass Consultation With Summer Camps in Territory

The Office of Child Care and Regulatory Services will be conducting a mass consultation for summer camps throughout the territory.
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Results of Drawing of Lots for Special Election for Legislature of the Virgin Islands

Legislature of the Virgin Islands – Results of Drawing of Lots in St. Thomas-St. John District. The Special Election will be held on April 8.
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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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Canceled SAT Tests in the USVI Back On for June

Students in the U.S. Virgin Islands may now take the SAT test in June, after the College Board reversed an earlier decision to cancel the test, according to Delegate Stacey Plaskett's office.
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