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Webinar Discusses Importance of Making V.I. Homes Quake Safe

The U.S. Virgin Islands is no stranger to earthquakes. If an earthquake hit the territory today, could our buildings withstand the impacts?

Census Data for Territories Lags Behind Rest of the Nation

Those eager to know whether – and how much – the population of the U.S. Virgin Islands has decreased in the past decade are going to have to wait a while to find out.

Superior Court Rules in Favor of Summer’s End Marina

A Superior Court judge’s ruling removed one legal hurdle for the developers of a mega-yacht marina in Coral Bay on St. John.

St. Croix’s Legendary ‘Junie Bomba’ Receives Community Support

St. Croix sailor, musician, teacher, artist and conch shell blower Wilfred “Junie Bomba” Allick is asking his community for help. Bomba is legally blind and has stage 4 prostate cancer.

UVI Speech Students Share Their Final Presentations Online

Students of the UVI public speaking course shared their final projects of the spring semester online, covering a variety of topics including police brutality and the missing senior citizens of the USVI.
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Oil Flare Impacted Residential Water in Half-Dozen Communities On 7-Mile Swath

Densely populated Williams Delight abuts Enfield Green. Residential communities in Estate Cane, Estate Carlton, Good Hope and Ruan Bay are also in the line of travel.

Limetree Flare Sprayed Onto Homes, Impacting Water Cisterns

The massive fireball and flare at the Limetree Bay Refinery Wednesday afternoon impacted the Enfield Green community. Enfield Green residents should disconnect downspouts to cisterns if accessible.

St. Croix Refinery Fire Wednesday Shortly After New Odor Complaints – Updated with Added Videos

Emergency teams are responding to a fire inside the Limetree Bay Refinery Wednesday..

AVIP Is A Great Way to Get Acquainted With the Psychological Field

“In September 1990, a group of psychologists met on the porch of the Social Science Building of the University of the Virgin Islands. It was a warm muggy evening when eight or nine of us gathered, but the excitement was palpable as we talk about the possibility of establishing an association here in Saint Thomas,”

Sargassum’s Future Poses Bigger Mystery Than Its Origins

As the floating mats of brown seaweed, known as sargassum, continue to swamp Caribbean beaches summer after summer, the search is widening for a way to turn a nuisance into a gift.

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