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A Virgin Islands Police Department vehicle sits parked in front of the V.I.P.D. (Source photo by Bethaney Lee)

Babrow Turns Himself in to Face Charges from Shooting Incident

Tarik Babrow, a 23-year-old from Hospital Ground, turned himself in to the V.I. Police Department Monday after learning that he was wanted on charges stemming from a March 2 shooting incident on Veterans Drive in Charlotte Amalie.

STT Welcomes Delta Airlines Inaugural Direct Flight From Minneapolis

Delta Airlines flight DL1982 touched down on Saturday at Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas, from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, adding to the growing number of direct flights coming into the territory.
A Virgin Islands Police Department vehicle sits parked in front of the V.I.P.D. (Source photo by Bethaney Lee)

Two Injured in Charlotte Amalie Shooting

Two people were injured by gun shots early Saturday in an incident in downtown Charlotte Amalie, the V.I. Police Department reported.

Downtown Merchants Innovate and Wait for Business to Return

They endured the economic downturn of the 2017 hurricanes and a protracted Main Street revitalization project, but nothing compares to the COVID-19 pandemic that has decimated the tourism industry they rely upon, say downtown St. Thomas merchants.

CAHS Alumni Begins Effort to Chronicle 100 Years of School’s History

The Charlotte Amalie High School Alumni Network had planned a series of activities to highlight the school’s centennial, but due to the global health crisis, the network was forced to rethink those plans.

Press Box Questions Reveal the Broad Mission of Territory’s Island Administrators

Potholes, litter, derelict cars, clogged guts, traffic lights – these are just a few of the things the territory’s island administrators deal with daily as the de facto mayors of the Virgin Islands.

Mafolie Road Repairs Are Just Around the Corner

The recent rains coupled with civilian interlopers caused the Department of Public Works to add a concrete barrier a few days ago to the flimsier orange plastic ones that had been set to alert motorists to the road collapse in the western lane on Mafolie Hill.

Bryan Talks COVID and Tourism With Head of Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. offered a sober yet upbeat view of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on tourism in a Zoom meeting Wednesday with Frank Comito, CEO and director general of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association.

Port Authority Grapples with Financial Fallout of Pandemic

COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on all Port Authority operations, from the airports to the cruise ship terminals to interisland ferry services, members of its governing board learned Wednesday.

Back to Class for Antilles Students

Antilles School celebrated its 70th "first day of school" Monday, as students from all grades were welcomed back by faculty and staff, according to a news release from the St. Thomas school.





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