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VIEDA to Host Free Webinar on Resources for Neighborhood Revitalization, Youth Entrepreneurship, Aug. 12

This webinar will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 12, via Zoom.
Property and Procurement Commissioner Anthony Thomas is peppered by questions from the Senate Finance Committee Friday. (Photo by Barry Leerdam for the V.I. Legislature)

WAPA Board Okays Expansion of East End Electrical Substation; Thomas Re-elected Chairman

When completed, the substation will function at full capacity providing more stable and reliable electrical service to the east end of St. Thomas and on St. John.

DLCA Notifies Public of Methanol Hand Sanitizer Recall

NEXT Hand Sanitizer is one of the products that is being recalled and is currently sold in the Virgin Islands.

Offshore Marine Named Official Sponsor of USVI Charter Yacht Show; VIPCA Outlines Show’s COVID-19...

The Virgin Islands Professional Charter Association (VIPCA) releases its USVI Charter Yacht Show COVID-19 Safety Protocols, designed to assure the well-being of event attendees and island residents alike.

VIEDC Launches Online Tax Incentive Program Application for Prospective Global Investors

Applicants will be required to file their VIEDC application online commencing with the public hearing in October 2020.

Board Meetings Scheduled for VIEDA, VIEDC, EDB on August 11

The board of directors will decide on compliance matters regarding the VIEDC Tax Incentive Program and EDB loan programs for small to medium-sized businesses and VIEDA administrative matters.

Viya Launches New Enhanced Services: WiFi+ and TV+

Viya is also introducing a new, 4K, fully digital TV platform for a greatly enhanced TV streaming experience called Viya TV+bImproved.

SBA to Host Virtual Military Spouse Entrepreneur Summit

This free event will connect military spouses with resources and information available to help them start or grow a small business.

VI Board of Barbers, Beauticians and Manicurists Prohibits Using Razor-Edged Tools

The prohibition is due to recent complaints by consumers who were injured by cuts on their feet from the use of a “foot razor.”

USVI Returns to Business Following Tropical Storm Isaias

The storm brought heavy rainfall but with little to no impact to the territory’s tourism infrastructure, the V.I. Department of Tourism has reported.

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