Because the previous restrictions due to the pandemic were lifted beginning Sept. 19, Virgin Islands National Park is resuming services on Sept. 27. The park will be using a phased approach to increase access on a park-by-park basis.
Rodney W. Santiago Kidd writes about the history and language of LGBTQ people.
Seeking to avoid the uptick in positive cases that forced the territory’s Aug. 17 return to the “stay-at-home” phase of its COVID-19 response, Tourism Commissioner Boschulte and his colleagues are reminding their tourism partners of that unwelcome possibility should complacency set in.
On Friday, Sept.25, St. George Village Botanical Garden will be celebrating Arbor Day. Because of COVID-19, this event will be on its Facebook Page LIVE, and it will be added to The SGVBG You.
Students with devices will be graded on completed class assignments and tests, while students without devices will receive oral assessments via telephone contact from their teachers.
A man was injured and power was knocked out to an area Tuesday morning when he attempted to overtake another vehicle on Bolongo Bay Road, lost control and crashed into a utility pole, the V.I. Police Department reported.
Over the next few months, the Department of Health will be offering Influenza vaccines to all adult residents throughout the territory.
Paul Leary parses the meanings of native, aboriginal, native and indigenous in search of a definition of who is a native Virgin Islander. Does it even matter who is a “native”?
The V.I. Police Department on Tuesday arrested 28-year-old Matthew Fontaine of St. Thomas and charged him in the sexual assault of a 16-year-old female. According...
A federal complaint has been filed charging Yamini Potter with one count of contempt of court/witness tampering and obstruction of justice, U.S. Attorney Gretchen C.F. Shappert announced Tuesday.