In the early morning hours of January 15, 2022, an underwater volcano near the South Pacific island of Tonga erupted. The enormous explosion accompanying the eruption created an acoustic shock wave in the earth’s atmosphere analogous to the pebble in the pond.... That shock wave expanded until it encircled the earth.
Verdel L. Petersen urges the people of the U.S. Virgin Islands to “work collaboratively with the V.I. Legislature to ensure that the 6th Constitutional Convention is properly established.”
Mary L. Moorhead questions whether or not the V.I. Board of Education members have the character to do their job.
On behalf of the John's Folly Learning Institute of St. John, I would like to say thanks to the people, organizations, businesses, and groups that came together on Thanksgiving Day, 2021, to make the season bright for seniors and shut-ins in our community.
The Virgin Islands Board of Education asks the public to recognize and appreciate the public schools, especially during American Education Week from Nov. 15-19.
Requiring that polluters follow the Clean Air Act is a necessary first step to ensuring that Environmental Justice communities like St. Croix are protected from serious harm, according to the letter writers.
Commissioner of Education Racquel Berry-Benjamin thanks all of those whose prayers, words of encouragement and well-wishes lifted her up while she was recovering from COVID-19.
Chairman Cecil R. Benjamin, speaking on behalf of the Democratic Party of the Virgin Islands, condemns the recent actions of Senate Majority Leader Marvin Blyden.