Julito Francis, Gerard Castor Sr. and John Woods will face a jury Sept. 28 in a federal corruption trial.
There will be an unfunded mandate for public bus service on weekends if the V.I. Senate approves Bill 31-0133 passed onto it Tuesday by the Committee on Rules and Judiciary.Some senators acknowledged the lack of funding as a concern for the legislation.
A tragic tour bus accident in Panama earlier this year left U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Diana Isidore, a St. Croix native, fighting for her life.
A bill widely supported by V.I. senators Tuesday would relax V.I. taxi system regulations soon, loosening a law prohibiting taxi drivers from immediately leasing their permanent, lifetime licenses or "medallions" immediately after buying them.
The V.I. Port Authority announced Tuesday it was turning over the management of the Cruz Bay ferry dock taxi operation over to the Property and Procurement Department, but it remains to be seen what changes, if any, will take place.
Gov. Kenneth Mapp and Agriculture Department officials are meeting with federal officials, distributing drought relief feed and seeking more sources of water for farmers, according to the administration.
The U.S. Department of Interior has hired former a V.I. senator and 2014 candidate for lieutenant governor, Basil Ottley Jr., to be its new policy director at the Office of Insular Affairs.
Although DPNR offered the Moravian Church a chance to apply for a permit for the existing Coral Bay floating dinghy dock, a letter indicates the church has decided to remove the dock extension.
V.I. National Park’s new chief ranger, Rick Gupman, set the stage for an adventurous life by kayaking 2,000 miles down the length of the Mississippi River when he was 17.
The children's picture book, "Hope Is Here!" by St. John writer Cristina Kessler and St. Croix illustrator Marcos Castillo has been selected to receive the Children's Literary Classics Seal of Approval.