At the far edge of downtown Frederiksted, at the very end of King Street, lies the Tail End Bar, Restaurant, and Courtyard, where owner Christopher Samuel opened it three years ago in the former Harbor Lights.
In 2014 a group of local women and men came together to establish the St. Croix Council of Elders in response to what they perceive to be the breakdown of traditional family values, the deterioration of the family unit and the mounting violence among today’s youth.
Senate Calendar 33rd Legislature of The Virgin Islands Monday, May 27 MEMORIAL DAY Tuesday, May 28 No committee meetings will be held today. Wednesday, May 29 No committee meetings will...
Two 28-year-old St. Croix men were killed Friday evening in a fatal traffic accident near the Lime Tree Refinery on St. Croix, the V.I. Police reported. Next of kin identified the driver of the vehicle as Bernard Matthew and the passenger as Derrick Liburd, both 28.
On Thursday, the Governing Board of the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority approved a $250,000 contract to ensure the utility remains in compliance with testing mandates set forth by the EPA as part of existing consent decrees at the WAPA power plants.
The Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority (VIWMA) Preserving Paradise team advises the community of the hours of operation for VIWMA's Landfills, Transfer Stations (TS), Convenience Centers (CC) and administrative offices in observance of Memorial Day on Monday, May 27.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will cover the cost of replacing the Gov. Juan F. Luis Memorial Hospital on St. Croix, which sustained severe damage the hurricanes of September 2017, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. announced in a statement released Friday by Government House.
Don-Luke George, 24, of St. Croix, pled guilty Thursday in District Court to one count of conspiracy to possess cocaine with intent to distribute, U.S. Attorney Gretchen C.F. Shappert announced.
Duane Woods Jr., a former employee of of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, was indicted in District Court on St. Thomas on charges of receiving stolen government property and grand larceny.
New on-water businesses have dropped anchor on St. Thomas and St. John in the last two years joining a handful of places that were...