AARP-VI supports the governor in addressing critical challenges that desperately need attention as the territory continues to age.
S’niyah Roberts, a communication major and member of the UVI Association of Black Journalists is the third student chosen from the communication unit to represent the university.
It has been confirmed by the V.I. Department of Health that a 60-year-old female from St. Thomas has died. According to the VIDOH, this is the territory’s 98th death related to COVID-19.
DOE volunteers were stationed at each testing site as part of the department’s “Team Up for Testing Weekend” activity. Employee volunteers will be positioned at the sites for the duration of the testing period as well as at bus stops to assist students and parents when schools reopen next week.
Funding for Ribbons for a Cure Inc.'s financial assistance program has been increased to $500 per person for the year 2022.
Drive-thru and walk-up testing for all Head Start students and employees has been arranged through the Department of Health from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 26.
Thousands of public school students made their way back to brick and mortar schools across the Virgin Islands Monday. Some made it into classrooms while others stood in long lines or car queues, waiting for a COVID-19 test.
This webinar will showcase the different research projects using the i-Tree tool in the Caribbean. Scientists will present how the i-Tree tool has been comprehensively used to carry out their research.
Family and friends celebrate the life of Miriam Albertine Stapleton-Maynard, also known as “Allie” “Ali” or “Tina,” who died on Sunday, Jan. 2, at the age of 74 in Auburn, Ga.
After further investigation and notification of next of kin, it has been confirmed that a 67-year-old male from St. Thomas has died. According to the Virgin Islands Department of Health, this is the territory's 95th death related to COVID-19.