Gov. Kenneth Mapp and a majority of V.I. legislators are in Florida this week networking and attending seminars at the annual Seatrade Cruise Global Conference in Fort Lauderdale.
The Virgin Islands Department of Education (VIDOE) will administer the end-of-year Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments in English/Language Arts and Mathematics to public school students in 3rd – 8th grades and 11th grade beginning Monday, March 14. The testing window is open through June 17.
The Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority (VIEDA) through its subsidiary entity, the Economic Development Bank (EDB), has announced the launch of its ‘Loan Amnesty Program 2016’ for all Economic Development Bank (EDB) delinquent borrowers.
The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority’s (WAPA) Internet Service Provider (ISP) is currently experiencing technical problems.
Senate President Neville James said Tuesday that the Legislature is exploring an alternate route to get $1.5 million set aside for nonprofits into the hands of local organizations.
The USVI Centennial Commission Act is one step closer to becoming law, after it passed the U.S. Congress's Committee on Oversight and Government Reform with a unanimous vote Tuesday.
The V.I. Legislature approved increasing the local minimum wage to $10.50 per hour by the end of 2018.
Senators voted to approve an increase in taxes on cigarettes, to allow smoking in "cigar factories" that make and sell cigars, along with a slew of other legislation during session Thursday.
The V.I. Legislature voted Thursday to override Gov. Kenneth Mapp's vetoes of bills reforming probate law for inherited retirement investments and creating a fiber optic licensing board.
The UVI Research and Technology Park board voted to revise the 2016 budget after a $1 million allocation by the V.I. government was denied, asserting they can raise the funds from commercial revenues.