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Floating Restaurant Wins Appeal for Major Permit Approval

Cowgirl Bebop’s bid to place 10 moorings and a 4,800-square-foot floating restaurant and bar in Pillsbury Sound off Mingo Cay is a step closer to reality after the Board of Land Use Appeals voted Thursday to approve a major permit application.
DIVI Carina Bay Resort and Casino (File photo)

Judge Lifts Order Closing Divi Casino

Superior Court Judge Jomo Meade on Friday lifted a sanction on the owners of the Divi Casino and Resort, which would have required the casino to be closed for 14 days.
Alexander A. Farrelly Justice Center (Source photo by James Gardner)

More Charges Brought in What Police Call STJ ‘Road Rage’ Case

Police have upgraded charges against Rashad Creque, who was arrested on St. John on Oct. 9 after leading authorities on an islandwide chase in what police are calling an apparent act of road rage, then rearrested on Oct. 14.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. (Source photo by Shaun A. Pennington)

Bryan Vows GERS Solution After Setback for Refinancing Plan

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. said Friday he remains determined to find a solution for government retirees facing imminent pension cuts after his bond debt refinancing plan was derailed in court -- and he warned that some who sowed seeds of doubt about the legislation are eager to see the Virgin Islands end in bankruptcy, just like neighboring Puerto Rico.
Alexander Farrelly Criminal Justice Complex (File photo)

Court Administrator: Jury Duty, ‘a Fundamental Obligation We Share as Citizens’

Serving as a juror is an important civic and community duty, as well as a privilege and responsibility, according to Glendia B. Caines, Court Services administrator for the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands.

Bryan Suspends Securitization Program

After lobbying the V.I. Senate for most of the summer to pass his Matching Fund Securitization Corporation plan, Gov Albert Bryan Jr. announced on Monday that he was suspending the program.

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.
The Ron deLLugo Federal Courthouse. (File photo)

Judge Orders Illegal Weapon Defendant to Surrender Driver’s License

After making an appearance in court on a weapon’s charge, Rudy Jeanne, a 32-year-old St. Thomas motorist, was ordered Monday to turn in his driver’s license.

Epstein Associate Ghislaine Maxwell Sues Estate

A prominent figure in the sordid saga of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein is suing his estate. The plaintiff, Ghislaine Maxwell, is accusing executors of Epstein’s estate of ignoring her requests for help in paying legal fees.

SRMC Trial: Witness Details Struggle to Get Cash Advances Back From Execs

The first of several witnesses took the stand last week in the long awaited Schneider Regional Medical Center corruption trial in Superior Court. In lengthy testimony, they laid the foundation for what is expected to appear in the week to come.





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