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Legislature Appropriates $5 Million for STX Improvements

Meeting in full session on Tuesday, the 34th Legislature approved four bills appropriating $5 million for various long-anticipated improvement projects on St. Croix.

Biologists Recruit Public to Confront Invasive Species in the V.I.

As invasive species continue to threaten the delicate ecosystem in the U.S. Virgin Islands, biologists in the territory have devoted their time to educating the public about what it takes to eradicate these nuisances.
Attorney General Denise George. (2019 Government House photo)

Paternity and Child Support Division Closer to Fixing Backlog of Cases

The combination of the pandemic, staffing shortages and an outdated database has resulted in a series of backlogged cases within the Division of Paternity and Child Support.

‘1 Night, 1 Fete’ Shows Off New Event ‘Paradigm,’ Tourism Officials Say

On what would have been one of the biggest nights of V.I. Carnival, Children’s Parade Day, Tourism officials presented “1 Night, 1 Fete,” an event they said could mark a new paradigm for public events during the pandemic.

Photo Focus: A Closer Look at the Rare Feathered Visitor

Visiting birders Lisa and Randy Freeman expected to see some unusual birds while on St. Thomas, but never imagined they’d stumble upon a lone, lanky Caribbean flamingo.

JFL North Stalled, May Not Open Until April 2022

Opening of the temporary St. Croix hospital unit, known as Juan F. Luis North, has been delayed and it now may not open before April 2022, hospital officials told a panel of V.I. senators Friday.
Anguilla Landfill on St. Croix. (File photo)

Lack of Funding, Antiquated Facilities and Deficient Equipment Burden Waste Management, Director Says

The V.I. Waste Management Authority has encountered numerous challenges in the wake of hurricanes Irma and Maria, which generated nearly three times as much waste as the territory typically generates in a year, Executive Director Roger Merritt Jr. said on Thursday. 

WAPA Anticipates Up to 80 Percent of Generation Can Be Offset by Renewable Energy

The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority plans to offset 60 to 80 percent of generation through renewable energy resources within the next three to five years, bringing the utility in compliance with the law.
Children and parents alike are eager for the return of safe summer camps. (Shutterstock image)

Youth Summer Camps Are Scarce This Year, But Some Have Begun Registration

Soon children and teenagers typically would dive into the territory’s summer programs offered by various schools, private businesses, and the Department of Sports, Parks and Recreation, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, camps and programs are scarce.   

Artists Adorn Crown Mountain with Colorful Chakra Mural

In front of a derelict, hurricane-damaged structure, the retaining wall between Crown and Hawk Botanical Gardens and Shangri La VI on St. Thomas was bathed in colors of crimson and canary.





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