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Agriculture Commissioner designee Positive T.A. Nelson listens to farmer Edward Schuster’s comments while two members of the audience wait to ask questions. (Susan Ellis photo)

Nelson, Ag Staff Meet With Farmers

After introducing the managing staff of the V.I. Department of Agriculture Tuesday evening, Commissioner designee Positive T. A. Nelson listened to farmers voice their concerns, and tasked the department with finding solutions for some of their perpetual problems.

Occasional Showers Saturday and Sunday

A few showers may develop across the local area from time to time. Easterly winds will prevail at 10-15 miles per hour with higher...

Letter: Mary Moorhead Urges Gittens to Act on Senate Reorganization

Dear Senators of the 33rd Legislature, After the alleged reorganization of the 33rd Legislature this afternoon, Senator Gittens’ actions and statement left doubt and confusion...

Hot, with Passing Showers

An upper level ridge of high pressure and a low level southeasterly wind flow will continue to promote above normal temperatures across the region....

Watch: Local Filmmaker Makes Highlights of UVI Film Festival

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TEvJ_j0IOs St. Croix filmmaker Ramon Richardson produced this highlight reel from the recent University of the Virgin Islands Film Festival. Richardson also participated in...

Syrian Refugee in ICE Custody Set for Arraignment on STT

The 18-year-old Syrian refugee who turned himself into police on St. Thomas last month, asking for asylum, is due back in the local District Court on Wednesday.

DPW Nominee Petty Says VITRAN is a Priority – with Challenges

Public transit may never have been great in the territory, then it took a hit in the 2017 hurricanes from which it has not recovered. Speaking Monday before a Senate panel, DPW Commissioner-designee said fixing the system's woes is a

Syrian Refugee in ICE Custody Set for Arraignment on STT

The 18-year-old Syrian refugee who turned himself into police on St. Thomas last month, asking for asylum, is due back in the local District Court on Wednesday. The attorney for defendant George Soufan said his client is in the custody of Immigration officials who moved him to Miami.

Taste of St. Croix Winners

Almost 40 restaurants, caterers and beverage distributors gathered on Queen Cross Street Thursday night for the 19th annual A Taste of St. Croix. Eight...

Bryan Names Calvert White Commissioner of Sports, Parks, and Recreation

Gov. Albert Bryan announced St. Thomas native and former professional basketball player and mainstay on the Virgin Islands National Team Calvert White as Commissioner...

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