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Almost 200 swimmers leaped into the water at Maho Bay Sunday morning to participate in the Friends of the Virgin Islands National Park’s annual Beach-to-Beach Power Swim. The event raises funds to support marine research and programs, including the Virgin Islands National Park’s summer youth swim program.
For anyone moving to the Virgin Islands from the mainland, Herman Wouk's book “Don't Stop the Carnival” for decades was a standard going away gift. Wouk, who wrote the influential, light comedy in the mid '60s died last week at 103.
The competition provided an opportunity for high school seniors in the territory to vie for scholarship prizes by presenting oral arguments in which they analyzed relevant legal issues in a mock appellate court proceeding before actual Virgin Islands judges.
Members of American Legion Enrique Romero Nieves Post No. 102 spent the Memorial Day weekend paying respect to Virgin Islanders who served their country...
Five years ago Magens Bay Authority made a commitment to see one young person through his or her bachelor’s degree from the University of the Virgin Islands. On. May 18 Samuel Liburd Jr. – the first recipient of the MBA Edmund L. Penn Scholarship – was presented a bachelor of science degree by UVI.
At the far edge of downtown Frederiksted, at the very end of King Street, lies the Tail End Bar, Restaurant, and Courtyard, where owner Christopher Samuel opened it three years ago in the former Harbor Lights.
Two 28-year-old St. Croix men were killed Friday evening in a fatal traffic accident near the Lime Tree Refinery on St. Croix, the V.I. Police reported. Next of kin identified the driver of the vehicle as Bernard Matthew and the passenger as Derrick Liburd, both 28.
Gov. Albert Bryan urged the Legislature in a statement Thursday not to spend any of a one-time $39 million Medicaid reimbursement windfall on recurring expenses like pay raises but instead use it for the hospitals' utility bills.
A new phone application named Caricab has been launched for V.I. residents, the first of its kind, creating communication between the 3,000 taxicab owners licensed by the V.I. Taxi Commission and those on island looking for a ride.
St. Thomas-born doctor Paul Arguin has spent the last ten years developing a new area of expertise—pie making. He'll be signing copies of his new book at Hook Line and Sinker in Frenchtown, St. Thomas on Sunday, May 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.