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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

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Lourdes Teresa Baez Rios Dies at 87

Lourdes Teresa Baez Rios, also known as “Pucha,” of Estate Sion Farm died on Sept. 27.

Floodplain Management Educates Virgin Islanders on Flood Risk

FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Floodplain Management team has been hard at work helping educate and encourage Virgin Islanders not to move into flood zones.

In the Matter of the Estate of Kelley Aileen McCormick, Deceased


In the Matter of the Estate of Henry Jones, Jr., Deceased


In the Matter of the Estate of Angela C. Roberts, Deceased


Tuesday Will Be Mostly Cloudy With Showers Likely

Tuesday will be mostly cloudy, with showers likely, mainly before noon, and a high near 88. Winds will be from the east at around 14 mph. Tuesday night will be mostly cloudy, with  showers likely, mainly after 3 a.m., and a low around 80. Winds will be from the east...

Bryan-Roach Administration Pays $158M to GERS Solvency Plan

In February, Gov. Bryan signed historic legislation that allows the GVI to refinance the Rum Cover-Over Matching Fund bonds and use the savings from better interest rates to stabilize the GERS.

Dancing, Drums, Stories and Song Commemorate 1892 Coal Workers’ Strike

The sounds of drums and song filled the air Saturday in downtown Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, at the 17th annual commemoration of the Coal Workers' Strike of 1892.

Public Reminded of Elections System Voter Registration Deadline Extended Hours

The Elections System offices will provide extended voter registration hours effective Wednesday, Oct. 5, to Sunday, Oct. 9. Fees for lost or stolen Voter ID cards will be waived.


Request for Proposals for Aerial and Underground Fiber Optic Maintenance and Repair Services on St. Croix, St. Thomas, St. John and Water Island

Fish and Wildlife’s Conservation Collaborations Garner Award

When the territory's director of Fish and Wildlife won a national award recently, she said she felt honored. But Director Nicole Angeli said if it weren't for community partners, the Mark Reeff Award would not have made its way to the Virgin Islands.

VIWMA Landfills Do Not Accept Cash

VIWMA will accept payment in the form of all major credit cards (except American Express), debit cards, money orders and business checks only.

Bryan Apologizes For “Actions Of Others” in Slur Video

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr apologized Monday for a song performed at a recent campaign rally that maligned a political rival for her sexual orientation.

COVID Cases Drop Dramatically and Hurricane Season Anything but Quiet

Gov. Albert Bryan, Jr., spoke Monday about financial matters and events, while Health Commissioner Justa Encarnacion and Daryl Jaschen, director of the V.I. Territorial Emergency Management Agency, spoke about COVID and upcoming weather events.

USVI Authorities Joins in the Search of Missing Woman at Sea- Helicopters and Drones Assisting in the Search

Authorities from the United States Virgin Islands are currently assisting in the search and rescue of a mother who is missing at sea following a boating accident off the West End area of Tortola yesterday evening.

Friends of Virgin Islands National Park Awards Seven University Scholarships

The $5,000 awards fall under the auspices of the Friends of the VI National Park's two scholarship programs: the Noble Samuel Scholarship and the Jeffery Matheny Scholarship. 

Open forum: Public’s Involvement Is Vital to Humane Society of St. Thomas

The Humane Society of St. Thomas Board of Directors says it must raise desperately needed funding to allow it to cover the financial deficit that has been caused by increased overhead due to the shelter’s overcrowding.

Op-Ed: VI Board of Education Is Committed to Safe School Campuses

“The members of the V.I. Board of Education stand in support of the V.I. Department of Education (VIDE), the families, teachers and students who demand safer and healthier school campuses territory-wide.”
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