The students who had participated in Julius E. Sprauve School’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math afterschool enrichment program showed off what they learned at an exhibition on Wednesday.
The V.I. Legislature is considering a set of tax breaks and direct cash payments in the form of "rebates" from the V.I. treasury for filmmaking incentives that former Gov. John deJongh Jr. vetoed in January.
Government cell phones are to be turned into government department and agency heads or supervisors as austerity measures are put in place "across the board.”
The Police Department has not yet provided the name of the man who died in a Friday truck accident on King Hill Road.
Anna Adams likes working outside. That’s a good thing since as the volunteer coordinator for Friends of V.I. National Park, she spends most days organizing crews of people who volunteer for a week or more or just a day to work on the park’s trails, overlooks and sites.
The University of the Virgin Islands Music Department, in conjunction with the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, will hold a panel discussion on world conflict and peace.
As the Light up the Night fundraiser for the St. John Cancer Fund began Saturday, several people said they joined the activities at the Winston Wells Ballfield because the money raised went to help St. John residents, not those who live on other islands or in other places.
Getting more local food growing, in the markets and on V.I. tables, will be his prime goal, Acting Agriculture Commissioner Carlos Robles told the Senate Rules and Judiciary Committee at his confirmation hearing Friday.
Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett spoke about her first six weeks in office during a news conference Friday in Frederiksted.
The final thumbs up hasn’t yet been given, but V.I. Port Authority officials were more optimistic than earlier about getting the long talked about Crown Bay dredging project off the ground.