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They say, “Luck is the residue of design,” and in the case of Lime Out, the floating taco bar in Coral Bay, truer words were never spoken.
Jerel Drew started as the new athletic director for the University of the Virgin Islands on Sept. 1 and recently shared where he thinks he can take sports at UVI and how it can be done.
The Bryan administration will seek reimbursement of $109,500 that former Finance Commissioner Kirk Callwood recently doled out to staff members in addition to their regular compensation.
It has now been seven months since COVID-19 restrictions went into effect, and many people are craving ways to socialize safely. Now one St. Thomian with St. John family connections has developed a breezy spot for people to gather safely for outdoor fun.
Giants walk among us, but sometimes they come in small packages. One is Kristen Carmichael-Bowers. She’s only 4 feet, 7-and-a-half inches tall, but when she sings at a community event in Cruz Bay, her voice fills Franklin Powell Park.
Powerlifters who hope to represent the U.S. Virgin Islands in international competition participated in the 2020 Robert Massey Classic Saturday morning at Rock Life Crossfit to record official scores and get ready for the national meet.
While experts say marine debris is a pervasive problem in the Virgin Islands, a collaborative plan for how local organizations can mitigate it has yet to be developed, according to a task force working on the issue. Two workshops held last week aimed to change that.
A proposal to allow the St. John Animal Care Center to build a new facility in Coral Bay drew a mixed reaction at an online zoning hearing held Friday morning.
The future of a small, teardrop-shaped lot across from Bordeaux Mountain Road on St. John was the subject of a virtual public zoning meeting held Tuesday afternoon by the Department of Planning and Natural Resources.
The V.I. Research and Technology Park held a webinar on Monday to launch a web platform to help tech companies and future local tech employees connect. The platform, called VISTA+, is expected to go live in November.