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DPNR Ready to Act in Rum Fungus Case

At a hearing Wednesday before the Health, Hospital and Human Services Committee, the acting DPNR commissioner said the agency was on a timeline to begin action against Diageo and Cruzan Rum.

Mother of Fallen V.I. Soldier Bonds with New Yorker

Two women – one on St. Croix and one in Brooklyn – share a patriotic memorial of a V.I. soldier, vowing to keep alive the memory of Jason Lynch.

Bottle Rocket Launches Give Antilles Sixth-Graders Hands-On Science Experience

Antilles space science teacher Jeannine Wilson gives her students a chance to learn about the basics of rocketry through a hands-on project planned for the last six weeks of the school year.

UVI Touts Six Agreements with Regional, International Schools

The University of the Virgin Islands announced Tuesday that it has entered into new agreements with six universities from around the world for exchanges of research, faculty and students.

Mother of Fallen V.I. Soldier Bonds with New Yorker

Two women – one on St. Croix and one in Brooklyn – share a patriotic memorial of a V.I. soldier, vowing to keep alive the memory of Jason Lynch.

Bottle Rocket Launches Give Antilles Sixth-Graders Hands-On Science Experience

Antilles space science teacher Jeannine Wilson gives her students a chance to learn about the basics of rocketry through a hands-on project planned for the last six weeks of the school year.

Police Find Runaway Minor

Mariam Batista, the 15-year-old, runaway from St. Thomas was found Wednesday by police on St. Croix, according to the VIPD, which on Tuesday requested public help in locating the girl.

Crime Stoppers: Speak Up

If you know something about any of these murders, say something. Even the smallest bit of information might be what law enforcement needs to solve these cases.

Senate Panel Holds Bill to Grant Insurance Discount to Older Drivers Who Take Safety...

Older drivers could earn a discount on their auto insurance by attending approved driver safety courses under a bill considered Tuesday by the Government, Consumers and Veterans Affairs Committee.

Mapp Budget Shows Slight Belt Tightening from Last Year

With the release of Gov. Kenneth Mapp's first annual budget, it appears most, but not all, government agencies will see a slight decrease in their funding in the upcoming year.

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