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Thursday, February 22, 2024

Powerhouse Art and Music Festival Starts Thursday, Generates Funds for New Student Scholarship

For nearly two decades, the Water Island Music Festival has delivered incredible performances that kept the crowds coming back for more, and this year, a partnership between the Forum and Antilles School has made possible an exciting new layer to the event: a dynamic art show and gallery curated by recognized V.I. artists Lucien Downes and Amy Gibbs.

Carty Quitting Cannabis Office

Hannah Carty plans to step down as director of the Virgin Islands Office of Cannabis Regulation in early March, she said Wednesday, citing personal reasons and unspecified family needs. 

St. Croix Youth Charged With Killing Another St. Croix Youth

Police officially made an arrest in the June 10, 2023, killing of a St. Croix youth in Frederiksted, officials said Wednesday.

V.I. Supreme Court to Hear Payne, Bryan Cases on March 12

The Virgin Islands Supreme Court has scheduled three cases for consideration when it convenes on March 12 on St. Thomas, including former Sen. Steven Payne Sr.'s complaint against the 35th Legislature over his expulsion from the Senate in 2022, and Gov. Albert Bryan Jr.’s appeal of legislation changing the composition of the V.I. Water and Power Authority’s governing board.

VIDE Moves Forward on Plans for a New School on St. John

The V.I. Education Department is moving forward with plans to construct a new school on St. John now that the legislation in the territory has been signed to approve a land swap between the government of the Virgin Islands and the National Park Service. 

Biden’s Investing in America Agenda to Provide USVI with $16.5M for Water Infrastructure Upgrades

Over $16.5 million from President Biden's Investing in America agenda will be allocated toward the U.S. Virgin Islands drinking water and clean water infrastructure upgrades, the Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday. 

Op-Ed: A Brief History of Magens Bay: Part 5

Nearly 40 years after a former planner with the Department of Conservation and Cultural Affairs helped fashion a mooring plan for the Virgin Islands, she was aghast, after spending every morning at Magens Bay for an entire week in January, to find that a huge luxury yacht anchored very close to the beach had not moved “once” during her seven-day vigil. She wondered what it was still doing there after seven days and where it was dumping its waste.

Order of Malta Members Celebrate ‘Lourdes in a Day’ Mass for the Sick

Members of the Order of Malta recently observed their sixth annual “Lourdes in a Day” event at Our Lady of Perpetual Church on St. Thomas.

The 52nd Agriculture and Food Fair Celebrates Food, Family and Fun

As you enter the fairgrounds for the 52nd Agriculture and Food Fair, the first gust of the sweet aroma is a great indication of a day of good food, family, and fun. Thousands of people and their families came out in fashion to celebrate on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

St. Croix Public Schools Welcome Donations of Water Coolers, Water Jugs and Copiers

St. Croix's public schools have new water cooler dispensers, 5-gallon water jugs, and industrial copiers, thanks to generous donations by Rashidi Clenance, the Tim Duncan Foundation and ViVid Streaming, the V.I. Education Department announced Wednesday.

St. Croix Youth Charged With Killing Another St. Croix Youth

Police officially made an arrest in the June 10, 2023, killing of a St. Croix youth in Frederiksted, officials said Wednesday.

Roach Reminds Property Owners, March 1 is Deadline to Apply for Tax Credits

The deadline to apply for property tax credits against their 2024 property tax bills is March 1, Lt. Gov. Tregenza A. Roach reminded property owners on Wednesday.

Roach Reminds Property Owners, March 1 is Deadline to Apply for Tax Credits

The deadline to apply for property tax credits against their 2024 property tax bills is March 1, Lt. Gov. Tregenza A. Roach reminded property owners on Wednesday.

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Roach Reminds Property Owners, March 1 is Deadline to Apply for Tax Credits

The deadline to apply for property tax credits against their 2024 property tax bills is March 1, Lt. Gov. Tregenza A. Roach reminded property owners on Wednesday.

St. Croix Youth Charged With Killing Another St. Croix Youth

Police officially made an arrest in the June 10, 2023, killing of a St. Croix youth in Frederiksted, officials said Wednesday.

Tri-Island Health Fair Set for Feb. 29, Fonseca Announces

The Senate Committee on Health, Hospitals, and Human Services will hold a tri-island Community Health Fair on Feb. 29, committee chairman Sen. Ray Fonseca announced Wednesday.

VITFF: Michelle Smith No. 1 in World in 400m Hurdles

For all her accomplishments at the Louie Bing Track and Field Invitational, Michelle Smith received a trophy for Most Valuable Athlete.

The Forum and Antilles School Present the V.I. Contemporary Fine Art and Water Island Music Festival

The Forum and Antilles School will present three nights of exciting activities on Feb. 22-24.

Mathcounts Competitions Set for Thursday and Friday, Education Announces

The V.I. Education Department announces the upcoming St. Croix Chapter Mathcounts Competition, set for Friday starting at 8:30 a.m. at the Research and Technology Park on the Albert Sheen Campus of the University of the Virgin Islands. The St. Thomas-St. John competition will be held on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. at the 13D Innovation and Research Center on the Orville Kean Campus of UVI.

Librada Guadalupe Dies at 72

Librada Guadalupe, aka “Lala,” of Estate Carlton transitioned into eternal peace on Friday, February 16, 2024. She was 72 years old.

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