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Governor Albert Bryan Jr. on Thursday morning attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the rebuilt Customs and Border Protection facility in Cruz Bay, St. John.
A whole community effort led to 155 COVID-19 vaccine dosages administered at the Morris de Castro Clinic in Cruz Bay on March 20, according to a news release issued Friday by the Federal Emergencvy Management Agency.
V.I. History: St. John’s Southside Road Renamed for Calypsonian, Businessman Rudolph “Pimpy” Thomas, Jr.
Rudolph "Pimpy" Thomas was a St. John fixture, musician, sportsman, businessman, family man and policeman at various times in his life. For all the people he touched and lives he enriched, the Legislature passed a resolution renaming Cruz Bay's South Side Road in his honor.
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.
The VIPD's Leander Jurgen Command in Cruz Bay will close temporarily beginning Monday following the discovery that some employees at the station may have been exposed to the corornavirus.
A man was shot and killed late on New Year's Day in Cruz Bay, marking the first homicide in the territory on the first day of the new year. Police said the victim was identified as 28-year-old Lessroy Gumbs.
November 4 marked the end of an era on St. John and the beginning of a new one. It’s the day that Cid Hamling, the owner of Connections, officially signed the papers transferring ownership of the Cruz Bay business to Trista Sigler, a long-term part-time employee.
The St. John Administrator’s Office tagged 18 abandoned vehicles on Saturday in the Cruz Bay area. The owners of the vehicles have seven days to remove or register their vehicles, according to Administrator Shikima Jones-Sprauve.
Safety was front and center as Virgin Islanders headed to the polls on Tuesday for the first Election Day in memory to be held during a global pandemic.
Serving as a juror is an important civic and community duty, as well as a privilege and responsibility, according to Glendia B. Caines, Court Services administrator for the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands.