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Taino Today Part One: Descendants Challenge Outdated Extinction Theory

This is the first in a four-part Source series about Taino culture and history as it relates to the Virgin Islands today.

Cape Air Navigating Ever-Changing Times

It was 1989 when Daniel A. Wolf – flight instructor, airplane pilot, airline mechanic and entrepreneur – along with his eight employees, celebrated Cape Air’s first flight, from Boston to Provincetown.

Sorority Members Participate in MLK Freedom Walk

The Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Epsilon Zeta Chapter and other members of the community gathered early Monday morning to participate in a Freedom Walk in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.

Small Clinic Takes Lead in STJ’s COVID Vaccination Effort

Island Health & Wellness Center, which opened in 2017, has taken on the task of providing COVID-19 vaccinations to the estimated 5,000 residents of St. John.

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.

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.

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.

Senate Considers Two Zoning Changes for St. John

The Senate’s Committee of the Whole considered two zoning changes for St. John on Monday during a lengthy session that included proposed zoning changes and CZM permits for all three islands.

Artist Janet Cook-Rutnik Publishes Retrospective Book

When Janet Cook-Rutnik celebrated her 50th year of creating art in the Virgin Islands, fellow artists and well-wishers urged her to publish a book that showed the scope of her work.

Vaccine Wending Its Way Through V.I.

In the week since it became available in the Virgin Islands, more than 500 residents have received the Pfizer vaccine to fight against the novel coronavirus and stave off COVID-19, according to V.I. Health officials – all without apparent problems.





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