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Body Found in Christiansted Harbor

The body of a white male was found floating in Christiansted Harbor Thursday night. The identity of the dead person was withheld pending the notification of next of kin.

Two VIPD Officers Arrested in Federal Drug Bust

Two officers with the Virgin Islands Police Department were arrested in a developing drug-related incident on Tuesday, VIPD officials said at a press conference held Wednesday afternoon. 

Free COVID-19 Testing for STJ Residents Continues on Wednesdays

The V.I. Department of Health will conduct free COVID-19 tests for St. John residents on Wednesday afternoons starting Jan. 13.

STJ School of the Arts Announces Online Art Auction, Concert Series

For artists in the Virgin Islands and around the world, The COVID-19 pandemic has robbed artists and performers of their audiences and the chance to earn a livelihood. The St. John School of the Arts is finding ways to adapt to the limitations.

USVI Bowling Federation Mourns the Loss of George Osborne Jr.

The U.S. Virgin Islands Bowling Federation announced the recent death of George Osborne Jr., a former president and longtime, devoted member of the organization.

The First Pond Bay Buildings Are Open, But There’s Still a Long Road

A New Jersey-based couple with experience in commercial real estate has completed construction of three luxury villa units within two buildings on property known as the Pond Bay Club.
Delegate Stacey Plaskett (D-VI) on the phone in her Washington D.C. office speaking with reporters in March 2020. (File photo provided by Delegate Stacey Plaskett's office)

An End-Of-Year, Open Letter From Delegate Stacey Plaskett

In an open letter to her constituents, Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett writes, "This time of tremendous adversity has required a deeper level of resilience and endurance from each of us..."

Islanders Bid Good Riddance to 2020, Welcome 2021 With Hope

Should auld acquaintance be forgot? – You bet, if we’re talking about the year that brought us COVID-19, economic hardship, social isolation, deferred plans and dreams and the loss of thousands of warming smiles behind face masks.

Ups and Downs of 2020: A Look Back at the News the Source Covered

It seems at times that the COVID-19 pandemic is the only thing that happened in 2020. But it’s been an eventful year, from beginning to end. The Virgin Islands lost some icons, took some economic damage and had some fun.

Bryan Welcomes COVID-19 Relief Funding

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. said on Tuesday he welcomes the federal funding coming to the U.S. Virgin Islands from Congress’ $900 billion COVID-19 relief measure that President Donald Trump signed into law on Sunday.





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