The U.S. Virgin Islands Dental Association (VIDA) this week partnered with the American Dental Association (ADA) to convene the U.S.V.I. Oral Health Care Summit, which featured Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. and other elected officials to build upon existing oral health initiatives and address the territory’s oral health care needs.
The USVI Department of Tourism (DOT) has launched a vigorous summer campaign to market the islands' unique carnival and festivals.
FEMA official Tito Hernandez said the federal agency also is considering having FEMA permanently located in the territory as a result of the lessons learned from hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017.
Delegate Stacey Plaskett's (D-V.I.) photo was front and center Thursday, above the fold of the front page of the New York Times, the paper...
The 2019 KIDS COUNT® Data Book, which is the most comprehensive annual report on child well-being in the United States, notes measurable progress since the first Data Book, which was published in 1990.
In a bid to minimize disruptions of potable water service during periods of electrical service interruptions, the WAPA Board of Governors approved the purchase of standby generators for all potable water pumping stations territory-wide.
On Monday, June 24, the Virgin Islands Department of Education (VIDE) Division of Human Resources, in partnership with the GVI Division of Personnel, will...
The 2019 USVI Employee of the Year Annual Public Service Recognition Week Award Ceremony was among several week-long activities held to honor men and women who serve the territory as government employees.
Two USVIEDA employees were recognized for their dedication to public service last week at the 2019 USVI Employee of the Year 30th Annual Public Service Recognition Week Award Ceremony.
VIDOL, in collaboration with the Office of the Governor, has secured an extension for all residents of the territory who became unemployed as a direct result of hurricanes Irma and/or Maria and remain unemployed.