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Sunday, May 26, 2024

Senate Bill Aims to Clean Up Guardianship Issues

The Britney Spears custody case came up a couple of times as the Committee on Rules and Judiciary on Friday considered a bill to replace the Uniform Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Act and enact the Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Other Protective Arrangements Act.

Southern SARE Sowing the Seeds of Sustainable Agriculture

Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education, or SSARE, has been sowing seeds for sustainable agriculture in the U.S. Virgin Islands. DaraMonifa Cooper, Southern SARE communication specialist, said that over the past few weeks, a team of representatives has visited farmers on St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John.

Rising Stars in Swimming Shine Bright

St.Thomas swimmers are making waves, and among them, Reagan Uszenski stands out as a phenomenal talent. At just 12 years old, Reagan has already built an impressive record.

If Corals Could Talk…

Sometimes when I walk along the shoreline near my house, I see dead pieces of coral that look like they have faces. From their expressions, it seems like they are feeling pretty upset.

Survey Office Accused of Crossing Ethical Lines

A St. John surveyor claims the government office in charge of boundary marking has crossed the line, engaging in petty politics, personal profit, inaccurate work, and misrepresentation. He also fears it’s being covered up.

Photo Focus – Vox Pop (Voice of the People); Location – Cruz Bay

A protest against WAPA scheduled to take place in Cruz Bay Friday did not. However, locals who were out and about were ready to share their feelings on how they managed to be without power for 24 hours.

Senate Favorable for Reggae Star but Not So for Cannabis Board Nominee

Jamila Christopher, nominated by the governor to join the Cannabis Advisory Board, told the Committee on Rules and Judiciary Friday that her experience as...

“Rebirth” Exhibit at CMCARTS Takes A Final Bow on Saturday

Over 20 artists across the Virgin Islands territory answered the call for the celebration of “Rebirth – Spring Equinox.” The upstairs gallery at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts in downtown Frederiksted is filled with the allure of springtime in mixed media, acrylic, watercolors…all colors evoking the spirit of the season. 

DPNR Conducts Zoning Hearing for Susannaberg Properties

The public has until June 2 to send in comments to the Department of Planning and Natural Resources regarding an application to rezone two adjacent properties in Estate Susannaberg on St. John.

35th Legislature of the Virgin Islands Senate Calendar for May 27 – May 31

This week's Senate Calendar covers May 27 to May 31.

District Court of VI Announces Winners of 2024 Third Circuit Court of Appeals Essay Contest

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals hosted an essay contest for 5th and 6th grade students within the Third Circuit, which is comprised of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Senate Bill Aims to Clean Up Guardianship Issues

The Britney Spears custody case came up a couple of times as the Committee on Rules and Judiciary on Friday considered a bill to replace the Uniform Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Act and enact the Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Other Protective Arrangements Act.

Viya Offices Close in Observance of Memorial Day

As we honor the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country, Viya will suspend its operations.

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Office of the Governor, Department of Health to Host Large-Scale USVI Wellness Event

The USVI Wellness Fair 2024 is being hosted by the V.I. Department of Health in partnership with the Office of the Governor and with the support of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Innovative Readiness Training (DoD-IRT) Program.

Senate Bill Aims to Clean Up Guardianship Issues

The Britney Spears custody case came up a couple of times as the Committee on Rules and Judiciary on Friday considered a bill to replace the Uniform Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Act and enact the Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Other Protective Arrangements Act.

District Court of VI Announces Winners of 2024 Third Circuit Court of Appeals Essay Contest

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals hosted an essay contest for 5th and 6th grade students within the Third Circuit, which is comprised of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Rising Stars in Swimming Shine Bright

St.Thomas swimmers are making waves, and among them, Reagan Uszenski stands out as a phenomenal talent. At just 12 years old, Reagan has already built an impressive record.

Mellon Foundation, NEH and Others Fund Grants for VI Architecture Center

The Virgin Islands Architecture Center for Built Heritage and Crafts (VIAC) has received grant funding from national and local sources to advance built heritage, historic preservation, architecture and the building arts at the Old Barracks Property in Christiansted.

District Court of VI Announces Winners of 2024 Third Circuit Court of Appeals Essay Contest

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals hosted an essay contest for 5th and 6th grade students within the Third Circuit, which is comprised of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Sgt. 1st Class (Ret.) Gertrude Cecilia Hodge Dies

Sergent 1st Class (Ret.) Gertrude Cecilia Hodge, also known as “Trudy,” died on Monday, April 29.

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