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The V.I. Government Pension Collapse: How Bad Is it and How Did We Get Here?

Few in the U.S. Virgin Islands are unaware that the V.I. Government Employees' Retirement System is losing money and that there is a proposal to cut some benefits very sharply in 2021. The situation, all acknowledge, is dire.

To Better Understand Water Quality, Researchers Look to the Spineless

Scientists are on a quest to better understand the watershed of St. Thomas by cataloging the species of spineless creatures that dwell in it. 

BLM Street Art Appears Overnight in Cruz Bay

A painted yellow graphic mural declaring "Black Lives Matte"' appeared overnight in Cruz Bay. Monday morning motorists, taxi tours and visitors on foot traversed the graphic with letters spanning the roadway from curb to curb, leading to the Lind Point Overlook.

USVI Population Likely Lower As 2020 Census Ramps Up

The U.S. Census has opened offices on St. Croix and St. Thomas, as well as in each of the U.S. insular territories, in anticipation of the upcoming 2020 Census, Assistant Interior Secretary Doug Domenech said.

Restored Paiewonsky Home Will Be Centerpiece for Historical Trust Cocktail Party

Lovers of history and architecture are scheduled to gather for a Saturday night soiree in a historic home on Government Hill. According to organizers at the St. Thomas Historical Trust, the event aims to promote the preservation of dwellings that are part of V.I. history and culture.





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