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Relay for Life Honks in Support of Cancer Victims and Survivors

The 19th annual Relay for Life took a different spin on Saturday, as the event which usually is a communal march took to the streets this year as a motorcade in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Still Afloat – Lime Out Reopens in Coral Bay

They say, “Luck is the residue of design,” and in the case of Lime Out, the floating taco bar in Coral Bay, truer words were never spoken.
University of the Virgin Islands (File photo)

UVI Board Amends University’s Sexual Harassment Policy

The Board of Trustees of the University of the Virgin Islands voted unanimously on Saturday to amend the school's sexual harassment policy, bringing it in line with mandates from the U.S. Department of Education.

Vision 2040 Asks for the Public’s Help in Making Tight Deadline

In an interactive webinar that launched the V.I. government’s Vision 2040 plan on Thursday, Economic Development Authority officials made one thing abundantly clear: They need Virgin Islanders to do their part to make it a success.
District Court of the Virgin Islands on St. Croix

Prosecutors Face November Deadline in St. Croix Racketeering Case

Federal prosecutors are working against a Nov. 9 deadline to produce lists of witnesses, evidence and documents in preparation for a racketeering trial set to start in January.

White: Sports, Parks and Recreation Has Been Hard at Work During Pandemic

While the COVID-19 pandemic has sidelined team sports, it has not left the Sports, Parks and Recreation Department idled, Commissioner Calvert White said on Thursday, outlining a slew of initiatives his employees are working on.

One Killed, Four Injured in Early Morning Shooting

One man was killed and four others injured in an early morning shooting Saturday at the Four Winds Plaza shopping center on St. Thomas, the V.I. Police Department reported. The victim was identified by next of kin as 29-year-old Joseph Andrews.

Board Mulls New Programs for Career and Technical Education

The board that oversees career and technical education in the territory is eyeing two national programs to bolster agriculture and construction instruction for students as early as middle school.

Find Out Where the Senate Candidates Stand

The Source asked every senatorial candidate ten questions, to fairly give every candidate an opportunity to tell our readers about themselves and where they stand on some of the most important issues of the day.

Four Decades Later, St. John School Land Swap Might Be Moving Forward

The U.S. Interior Department signed a “preliminary agreement” with the V.I. government on Thursday to pursue a St. John land swap that could bring decades-old hopes for a new St. John school closer to fruition.





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