With 500 negative COVID-19 tests returned over the past few weeks, the territory’s public health experts believe the potential for community spread has been eliminated and that doors are ready to open to visitors on June 1.
A man accused of breaking through a door in a shared apartment and assaulting a roommate was given until Friday to post bail by a magistrate judge in Superior Court.
Plans for a third cruise ship dock on St. Thomas, which would create the berthing area to dock two Oasis-class ships, are being threatened by ongoing lawsuits and the impact of COVID-19 on the cruise industry.
John Canegata, whose chairmanship of the Republican Party of the territory has been called into question by critics, is calling for what he terms on Facebook a “presidential preference vote” on Saturday.
Four Virgin Islanders aim to play on Tampa 20/20 in this year’s edition of The Basketball Tournament, typically a 64-team single elimination tournament where the winning team takes home $2 million.
This will provide an additional $600 per week in benefits to those who are eligible.
An individual cannot apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan at local banks. Farmers and fishermen are required to go directly to the Small Business Administration website.
An operational change in the vessels used to supply WAPA with propane fuel will not have any adverse impact on the availability and supply of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) fuel for power generation in the territory.
This will mark the first time that someone from a U.S. territory has been a part of the executive committee in its 74-year history.
The USVI will begin welcoming visitors back to its seaports, airports and hotels beginning June 1, and the V.I. Department of Health has issued a series of protocols and guidelines to inhibit the spread of COVID-19.