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The Ron deLLugo Federal Courthouse. (File photo)

Court Will Hear Case Arguing Inmates Deserve Stimulus Checks

The Virgin Islands District Court will hear next week a legal challenge arguing that incarcerated prisoners in the U.S. Virgin Islands should receive coronavirus stimulus checks from the federal government.
Commissioner of the Department of Labor Gary Molloy testifies before an October hearing. (File photo)

Territory to Receive More Pandemic Unemployment Relief, Eventually

The Labor Department met the Sept. 10 deadline to apply for the Lost Wages Assistance Program, a stopgap measure while Congress hammers out a second pandemic relief package – but the money won’t flow anytime soon.
Artist's conception of the COVID-19 virus. (Shutterstock image)

Health Department Deploys Contact Tracers

As the Virgin Islands’ COVID-19 count rises, with 10 dead from the virus and 73 new cases since Tuesday, the Health Department has been deploying contact tracers in an effort to stop the spread.
UVI President David Hall (Photo by Barry Leerdam)

UVI Cuts Budget, Uses Federal Funds to Prevent Layoffs

In his report to the board of trustees Saturday, UVI President David Hall said the ability to tap into a range of federal funds played a “tremendous role” in keeping UVI stable.

Governor Urges Residents to Prepare for ‘Financial Tsunami’

With a budget shortfall of $150 million for this fiscal year, which runs through September, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. urged residents to brace for the “financial tsunami.”
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V.I. Answer Desk: If You Don’t File Taxes, How Do You Get a Stimulus Check?

A reader called after reading a recent Source article on Gov. Albert Bryan Jr.’s COVID-19 update in which he gave information on stimulus checks for Virgin Islanders.
Lt. Gov. Tregenza Roach announces the relaunch of a territorial Street Naming Initiative during a press conference on St. Thomas. (Source photo by James Gardner)

Lt. Governor’s Office: Banks May Not Garnish Stimulus Checks

Lt. Governor Tregenza Roach issued an order to the territory’s banks advising them that the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act stimulus payment is exempt from garnishment for outstanding loans, overdraft fees and other fees that a customer may owe the bank.
Gov. Albert Bryan takes a question during Monday’s news briefing. (Government House photo)

Governor Announces $7.8 Million CARES Grant to U.S. Virgin Islands

The U.S. Virgin Islands has received a $7.8 million grant from the U.S. Interior Department through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security bill approved last week by Congress.

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