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Pair of Electrical Service Interruptions Affect Customers in St. Thomas-St. John District

“Plant personnel restarted Unit 27; together with the Wartsila propane-fired generators, we restored service to all customers at approximately 6:15 p.m. Personnel are now reviewing data from the units to determine the cause of the trips that resulted in the outages,” Hedrington, chief operating officer, said.

Bacardi and Micromentor Award 25 USVI Caribbean Innovation Challenge Winners

The winners were chosen based on their ability to show how their businesses are innovative, sustainable and viable, and they will receive cash prizes of $1,500, $2,500 or $5,000.

DLCA Educates Before It Regulates Retailers and Wholesalers of Food

The Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs (DLCA) in collaboration with the Department of Health's Environmental Division will host a series of three educational...

WAPA Updates Payment Processor Cyberattack Incident

WAPA’s continuing work with Central Square Technologies to fully assess the effect of a recent cyberattack on a payment processing application has determined the date range that hackers could have gained access to credit and debit card information.

Limetree Seeking to Limit Air Emissions Over Next 10 Years, Wants Public Input

Limetree Bay Refining LLC and Limetree Bay Terminals LLC (Limetree Bay) are seeking a permit from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) called the Plantwide Applicability Limit permit.

American Airlines to Serve St. Croix With New Flights

The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has announced the addition of a third American Airlines daily flight between Miami and St. Croix next summer.

Caribbean Media Exchange Leadership Awards to Recognize Three Tourism Leaders

The 2019 Caribbean Media Exchange (CMEx) Leadership Awards will recognize three respected Caribbean tourism leaders for their achievements at an event planned for Dec. 14 in Miami.

DLCA Informs Public of Market Basket Survey Results

The Market Basket Survey is designed to inform consumers about which stores have the best prices on staple grocery items no matter the brand.

WAPA Advises Customers to Continue Monitoring Credit Card Accounts for Fraudulent Charges

While the investigation is ongoing, Executive Director Lawrence Kupfer urged customers to monitor credit card statements for potentially fraudulent activity and to report suspicious charges to the bank or credit card provider, immediately.

WAPA Advises Customers of Payment Data Breach When Paying With Credit/ Debit Cards

WAPA is advising customers who pay their electrical and water bills online to ensure that no questionable or fraudulent charges have been made on their credit or debit card accounts.

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