Current and former leaders of the U.S. Virgin Islands responded to the federal government's response to Hurricanes Irma and Maria in the latest legal filing in an ongoing case on U.S. territories' voting rights.
The V.I. Water and Power Authority governing board authorized a multimillion-dollar lease on a new 20-megawatt generator for St. Croix Thursday, as WAPA worked to restore power to all parts of St. Thomas after a generator failure.
The U.S. Coast Guard returned 18 Dominican migrants Friday morning to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, following two at-sea interdictions authorities Tuesday just off Aguadilla,...
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reminds victims of Hurricane Maria in the U.S. Virgin Islands and in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico that filing...
Nearly a dozen boats reveled in the mix of spectacular scenery plus tactical challenges in brisk winds and bumpy seas as the fleet sailed around the island of St. John in the 3rd Round the Rocks Race.
The Government Employee Retirement System has won a court order directing the V.I. government to make the pension system whole, but it is unclear if the government can make those payments and also pay its other bills.
Many Virgin Islanders are seeing long delays and some are complaining of low settlement offers as they negotiate insurance claims to repair their homes before hurricane season arrives again June 1.
At an energy roundtable held this week to discuss recovery, rebuilding and sustainability, much of the focus was on what the V.I. Water and Power Authority has done in the wake of September’s hurricanes and how officials propose to strengthen the system before the next storm season begins in June.
St. Croix is home to several threatened species, and the recent Lacoste Save Our Species polo shirt may give local conservation efforts a welcome international boost.
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