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Wayne Adams: In Death and In Life, One in a Million

A few days after St. Thomas writer, historian and entertainer Wayne Adams died from the novel coronavirus, the loss of life to the same disease was approaching one million people worldwide since March.

Wilma Marsh-Monsanto Remembered as Tireless Advocate for Native Land Rights

Tributes and remembrances are being offered at the passing of Wilma Marsh-Monsanto, 78, who died on Tuesday, Aug. 4, after a brief illness.

Save Coral Bay Sues to Shut Down Marina Development

Save Coral Bay, a nonprofit environmental organization has filed a lawsuit against the governor of the Virgin Islands and the Summer’s End Group LLC to block the construction of a marina in Coral Bay.

Bryan Asks For More Funding for Paul E. Joseph Stadium

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. signed a bill recently appropriating $8.2 million to help finish the long-stalled Paul E. Joseph Stadium project in Frederiksted, but said the plan needed another $3 million from next year's budget too.
The GERS office on St. Thomas.

Bryan Vetoes Bills Changing GERS Board, Cannabis Board

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. took action on 22 measures in the past week, vetoing six, including changes to the Government Employees' Retirement System Board and Cannabis Advisory Board, and signing 16 of them into law.

Bryan Extends Eviction Moratorium With New Limits

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. has extended the local moratorium on tenant evictions, in place since March, but with conditions and limits.

Bryan Creates GERS Funding Task Force, Echoing 2011 DeJongh Move

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. signed an executive order Monday establishing an Advisory GERS Funding Task Force to create a funding plan for the Government Employees' Retirement System.

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.”

STT Mall Commerce Slows in the Midst of Coronavirus Worries

A stroll through St. Thomas’ Tutu Park Mall gives a glimpse of what life has been like since the novel coronavirus reached the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Members of the Board of Education answer senators' questions during Tuesday's hearing. (Photo by Barry Leerdam for the V.I. Legislature)

Inspector General, Board of Ed Chair Clash Over Audit Findings

More than $3.3 million in spending by the Board of Education came under question in a newly released report from the Virgin Islands Office of the Inspector General. The audit report containing details made headlines late last year.





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