Lonnie Willis of the St. John Historical Society informs the public of sculptures of African-American Virgin Islands heroes that are being sent to Denmark for permanent public display.
Moleto A. Smith Jr. writes about the recent history of shootings that have shocked Americans in many places including the Virgin Islands.
Clarence Payne reflects on the recent vigil on St. Thomas against violence and the need to change the present way we deal with crime and violence in the Virgin Islands.
Clarence Payne, writing about violence and murder, says that what is happening in the Virgin Islands is a grim reality.
Scott Fagan repeats an idea he shared seven years ago to end gun violence in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Stan Louden suggests that an ad hoc committee be appointed to deal with the issue of anchoring and mooring fees in the Virgin Islands.
The Island Green Living Assoc. nonprofit encourages Virgin Islanders to show their support of recycling and waste reduction legislation by contacting senators or attending a Tuesday Senate hearing.
On Flag Day, June 14, members of the American Legion District No. 10 of the Department of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands will be holding special ceremonies to honor the 239th birthday of the U.S. flag and the 241st birthday of the United States Army.
Mary L. Moorhead wants to know why the Legislature keeps purging citizens from the voter lists after each General Election when there is no longer any justification for it.
In the name of “social and economic justice and fairness,” the Democratic Party of the Virgin Islands is backing the American Federation of Teachers, who are asking the GVI for salary increases.