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Homicide is Calculable and Curable: Part II

This is the second in a series of stories on a proven strategy deployed in communities across the globe to reduce violence and save substantial numbers of community members from prison, death and grievous loss of loved ones.

Daryl George: Center Is ‘A Total Loss,’ Hydrants Were Not Turned Off

V.I. Fire Service Director Daryl George Sr., tired but still going on Monday afternoon, dispelled rumors circulating that fire hydrants in Fort Mylner had been “turned off."

Fort Mylner Shopping Center “Fully Engulfed” in Flames *Update*

A fire broke out in the middle of the night and Ft. Mylner Shopping Center on St. Thomas was still “fully engulfed” in flames at 7:30 Monday morning.

Racism is Defined by Experience: Chapter 10

The following stories are part of a series highlighting experiences with racism on the U.S. mainland and elsewhere.

Homicide is Calculable and Curable: Part I

The Source launches a series on a proven strategy deployed in communities across the globe to reduce violence and save substantial numbers of community members from prison, death and grievous loss of loved ones.

Reflections of an Evolving Elder: U.N. Peace Day Might Offer a Framework to Achieve It

The purpose of this day, when it was first established in 1981, was to “strengthen the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and people.”

Fees, Tourism Top Community Concerns at Magens Bay Zoom Meeting

At their monthly meeting Friday, members of the Magens Bay Authority board fielded questions and suggestions ranging from why locals should have to pay to get into the beach to how to think out of the box.
Artist's conception of the COVID-19 virus. (Shutterstock image)

Researcher Explains Metrics That Show USVI Leading the World in Per Capita COVID Deaths by Year’s End *See Note*

Ali H. Mokdad began tracking COVID-19 nine months ago when the deadly virus showed up first in Washington state because that is his job.

Racism is Defined by Experience: Chapter Nine

Part 9 of a series highlighting experiences with racism on the U.S. mainland. Some of the stories have focused on Black men and women who grew up in predominantly Black communities in the Caribbean; some are on those who came from elsewhere.

Reflections of an Evolving Elder: Rethinking Labor in a Time of Upheaval

As I was working in my garden Sunday afternoon I suddenly realized that Labor Day is upon us. I remembered that I had offered my thoughts on last year's observance of the holiday with a certain amount of passion.

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