Lisa Hamilton, president of the USVI Hotel and Tourism Association, says it is time to be optimistic. Lemonade is being made from lemons, she said.
The use of monoclonal antibody treatments to treat cases of COVID-19 has been successful on 100 percent of the Virgin Islands patients it has been used on.
The Department of Education is now well past the Jan. 25 date it had predicted students would return to school, and Friday could not tell senators when the reopening would take place.
This is the fourth in a series about Taino culture and history as it relates to the Virgin Islands.
When visitors step into artist Katia Moltisanti’s new gallery in Cruz Bay, she wants them to feel the vibrations of the colors in her paintings.
“I have it on good word from multiple government agencies that the funds for reconstruction are not lost,” Senator-at-Large Payne said.
Delegate Stacey Plaskett presented part of the impeachment case against former President Donald Trump on Wednesday, arguing he deliberately incited violence for the purpose of altering the 2020 election outcome.
The territory should soon be able to offer vaccine access to all eligible residents and is preparing to vaccinate 50,000 by July 1, according to Health Department officials.
Harith Wickrema asks why the U.S. Department of the Interior is not asking for bids to rebuild Caneel Bay Resort.
Frustrated by the limited availability of COVID-19 vaccines on St. John, a group of community members started meeting in January to make more vaccines available.