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Henry Rohlsen Airport on St. Croix. (File photo)

Man Charged with Falsifying Negative COVID-19 Test to Travel to V.I.

Law enforcement officers at 1:50 p.m. Saturday, arrested 54-year-old Clifford H. Mattson of Annaly Estate and charged him with making fraudulent claims upon the government and sending or delivering false messages.
American Airlines announced Friday it has added St. Thomas flights from Chicago and Dallas.

USVI Looking Forward to Increased Summer Airlift

American Airlines will expand its service to the U.S. Virgin islands to meet increased demand for summertime travel, Tourism Commissioner Joseph Boschulte announced Sunday.

Wins by FOX, Wild T’ing, Mark, Bill T Round Up Weekend of Sailing

Perfect conditions with 15 to 20 knots of breeze out of the east, keen competition and professionally set race courses combined to make the 2021 St. Thomas International Regatta a winner, organizers reported.
A cruise ship docks at the WICO dock on St. Thomas. During the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic the sight of cruise ships at the pier has become a memory. (Shutterstock)

WICO Says There is No Green Light on Cruise Ships Returning Just Yet

The West Indian Company Limited board of directors made it clear on Thursday that no green light has been issued for ships to return to the territory this summer. Royal Caribbean said it's planning to sail on June 12. WICO board urges patience.

STJ Restaurants, Intro: St. John Restaurant Scene is Bustling

The COVID-19 pandemic may have slowed down tourism in the islands for a while, but you’d never know it if you travel through St. John these days.
The beach at Hotel on the Cay was empty Sunday morning. (Source photo by Linda Morland)

Tourism Association President Upbeat as Resort Investments Kick In

Lisa Hamilton, president of the USVI Hotel and Tourism Association, says it is time to be optimistic. Lemonade is being made from lemons, she said.

Boschulte: Pandemic Brings Younger Travelers to the USVI

The ongoing global health crisis has changed the United States Virgin Islands' tourism industry in several ways, Tourism Commissioner Joseph Boschulte said on Tuesday.

State of the Territory is ‘Resurgent;’ Bryan Looks to Future With Hope

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. said the V.I. looks toward the next year with renewed hope brought on by increasing tax revenues, new economic development projects and growth in the marine, tech and agriculture industries.

COVID Vaccine Rollout Continues With ‘Encouraging’ Participation

While the V.I. Health Department is still focused on COVID-19 surveillance, testing and outreach, the rollout of the COVID vaccine in the territory has received “encouraging” support and participation from the community, according to Health Commissioner Justa Encarnacion.

Gov. Bryan Welcomes International Charter Company The Moorings to Yacht Haven Grande

In a Government House press release issued on Thursday, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. welcomed The Moorings, an international luxury yacht charter company, to its new location at Yacht Haven Grande on St. Thomas.





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