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Sunday, July 14, 2024


Big Red Barge Operator Using Chartered Vessel to Provide Car Ferry Service

Love City Car Ferries also provides car ferry service connecting St. John and St. Thomas, and it continues to operate on its usual schedule.

Road Closure Alert: First Avenue Drainage Improvement

The Department of Public Works updates the community on an upcoming single-lane road closure on First Avenue, St. Thomas, starting Thursday. DPW contractor - Island Roads Corp. - will facilitate the single-lane closure between 7th and 8th Street for curb and gutter installation during work hours. Motorists will be allowed...

Viya to Close Offices for Independence Day and 176th Emancipation Day.

Viya will observe both holidays on Thursday, July 4, and resume normal business hours on Friday, July 5.

Cruz Bay Parking Lot to Close June 17 for Four Weeks.

The parking lot will serve as the location of the St. John Celebration Village.

The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Notifies Public Unit 23 Is Back Online.

This process was not taken lightly, and WAPA worked with great urgency while also safely conducting repairs.

Telephone Interruption in STT-STJ: District Court and U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services

Please be advised there is a telephone service interruption at the District Court of the Virgin Islands and the U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services in the Division of St. Thomas-St. John. Accordingly, if assistance is needed, please contact the Clerk’s Office in the Division of St. Croix at 340-718-1130 and the U.S....

VIEDA: Phone System Temporarily Inoperable on St. Thomas

Representatives of the Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority advise the public that the telephone system at the VIEDA office at 8000 Nisky Center, Suite No. 620, St. Thomas, is temporarily inoperable. As telephone services are restored at this office, the public will be informed. The VIEDA team apologizes for any...

DPNR Closes Sprauve Library on St. John Until Further Notice.

Commissioner Jean Pierre Oriol apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks the community for its understanding.

Virgin Islands Police Department Records Bureau Closes Temporarily.

The bureau acknowledges and apologizes for any inconvenience this closure may cause.

Fare Increase for Fixed-Route Bus Services and Paratransit Services Begins June 1.

An increase in the fares for fixed-route bus services and paratransit services will begin June 1. These are the changes:

STT-STJ District Registration Division to Close Four Days.

The St. Thomas-St. John (STTJ) District Registration Division will be closed this week.

Cancryn Pump Station Offline on STT, Residents Should Avoid Standing Water

The Cancryn Pump Station is currently offline due to a loss of electrical power and heavy rain. This situation may lead to sewer system issues in the downtown area, potentially causing manhole overflows. Residents should avoid any standing water in the affected area.

Fortuna Fire Station on St. Thomas Temporarily Closed

The Virgin Islands Fire and Emergency Medical Services announces the temporary closure of the Fortuna (Tango Co.) Fire Station due to unforeseen circumstances, according to a press release issued Monday afternoon. It is scheduled to reopen midday on Tuesday.

VIPA Marine Manager’s STX Office Relocates to Krause Lagoon

The Virgin Islands Port Authority’s marine manager’s office on St. Croix has been relocated from the Ann E. Abramson Marine Facility in Frederiksted to the Wilfred “Bomba” Allick Port and Transshipment Center (Containerport) in Krause Lagoon, effective Monday, May 20, VIPA announced in a press release.

Virgin Islands Board of Education to Close Offices Until Monday, May 13.

Should anyone require assistance, contact Interim Executive Director Sandra Bess at 473-7596 or Associate Executive Director Samanta Prentice at 473-7522.

St. Croix Public Schools to Close at Noon Wednesday Due to Inclement Weather

All St. Croix district public schools will close at noon on Wednesday due to inclement weather conditions impacting school operations and the safety of students, faculty and staff across school campuses, the V.I. Education Department announced.

Heavy Rain Delays Start of School to 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Thomas-St. John District

There is a delayed start for schools in the St. Thomas-St. John District due to severe weather conditions, the V.I. Education Department reported around 7 a.m. Wednesday. Heavy rains, thunder, and lightning have been reported, prompting VIDE officials to prioritize the safety and well-being of students, faculty, and staff.

Central High School Safety Drill Happening April 15

St. Croix Central High School is conducting a safety drill and is not on active lockdown. Families do not have to pick up their students.

WAPA Alert: Do Not Tape Electrical Outlets

On Monday, a fake WAPA page on Facebook suggested taping electrical outlets as an April Fools Day prank, the V.I. Water and Power Authority announced in a press release. The authority strongly condemns the recent social media post by a fake WAPA page, misappropriating WAPA’s image. Tampering with electrical outlets...

VITRAN Service Suspended Monday Morning on St. John

Due to a shortage of mass transit operators, VITRAN has suspended its fixed-route services on St. John for Monday morning, the agency announced in a press release. Services will resume at 1 p.m. on Monday. ADA Paratransit services will be available for certified passengers as scheduled, it said.


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