Scott Johnston outlines a plan to reform and create health insurance in the Virgin Islands that is affordable and available to everyone.
Clema S. Lewis, executive director of the Women’s Coalition of St. Croix, says that the V.I. Consortium went too far when it gave details of a woman’s allegation of a sexual assault.
Joseph Boschulte, the outgoing CEO of the West Indian Company Ltd., says goodbye and offers some insights.
Arthur Joseph questions whether those who govern the Virgin Islands see themselves as the servants of the people or the rulers.
Schneider Regional Medical Center informs the public that cancer treatment continues to be available at the Charlotte Kimelman Cancer Institute despite the financial challenges it faces.
Ivan Butcher II lays out three major reasons he supports the legalization of marijuana in the Virgin Islands.
Jason Budsan, after attending a meeting hosted by Delegate to Congress Plaskett, is aware that the U.S. Government might owe the V.I. about $100 million in “rum cover over money.” He asks whether the V. I. Government is keeping tabs on and is collecting these monies.
Tarik McMillan asks the delegate to Congress, governor, lieutenant governor and senators to rethink the commemoration of Transfer Day which she calls “an event so closely tied to colonialism.”
Mary Moorhead congratulates the new V.I. Board of Education and hopes it will lead future discussions about much needed education reform.
The St. John Cancer Fund has many people to thank for its very successful ‘Light Up the Night’ fundraiser.