St. John artist Janet Cook-Rutnik's latest show will be at the Savannah Gallery in Anguilla from Feb. 4 to 28. It's called "Island Scenes Then & Now."
Here's an update from Delma S. Jackson, who worked with the Health Department's mental health division on St. Thomas from 1976 to 1996.
Lillian A. Miller, a St. Thomas resident from 1982 to 1996, is retired and living in Charleston, S.C.
Want to buy a brick? Your money, and your brick, can help spruce up the crumbling, sometimes-dangerous sidewalks in downtown Charlotte Amalie.
The St. Thomas-St. John Arts Council held its Art After Dark program for January at the St. Thomas Yacht Club on Friday night. It was by all standards a great success. The featured artists were the members of the UVI Jazz Orchestra.
Hazelle Goodman, the well-known actress and comedienne who addressed the W.O.W. (Wider Opportunities for Women) conference in St. Thomas last October, will return to the Reichhold Center for the Arts on Feb. 6 for "A Night of Laughter & Love."
Two of the three suspects charged with the murder of jewelry store owner Larry Davis could face the death penalty if convicted, even though the U.S. Virgin Islands does not have a death penalty law.
Attorney General Julio Brady resigned Friday in protest over his wife's firing as director of insurance and banking. Gov. Charles W. Turnbull accepted Brady's resignation "effective immediately" and appointed former Sen. Iver Stridiron to the post.
Clifton Ashley Boynes Sr. was found not guilty Friday of discharging harmful quantities of oil into Red Hook harbor nearly four years ago.
The telephone problems that residents and retailers experienced in December stemmed from insufficient lines and equipment failure, according to Mickey Breton, vice president of customer service for the V.I. Telephone Corp.