In March, Territory Had 3 Positive Cases and USVI Was Shut Down. Today, 104 Active Cases and Territory is Wide Open.

Ernice Gilbert | July 13, 2020 30

Back on March 19th, when the USVI was tracking only 3 positive coronavirus cases, the Bryan administration limited gatherings to no more than 10. As o...

School Reopening Delayed to After Labor Day; Reopening Plan for Public Review Set for This Week

Kia Griffith | July 13, 2020 4

As a result of the surge in confirmed coronavirus cases in the territory, the Bryan administration has decided to delay the opening of schools for the...

As Furor Over Destruction of Williams Delight Racetrack Grows, Vialet Sets up Meeting With Horsemen and Governor for Monday

Ernice Gilbert | July 12, 2020 40

The Bryan administration's vicious dismantling of Williams Delight Downs, the horse racing track that was being utilized for well over two years by lo...

Bryan Says Autopsy for Baby who Died in Care of DHS at Queen Louise Home for Children Will be Released July 20

Ernice Gilbert | July 11, 2020 3

Governor Albert Bryan has told the Consortium that the autopsy for a baby that was taken away from his mother at the age of 5 months, and who died in ...

Covid-19 Infiltrates Dept. of Health, Other Gov't Arms

Staff Consortium | July 10, 2020 1

The coronavirus, which has been spreading throughout the U.S. Virgin Islands community, has infiltrated the V.I. Department of Health — the branch o...

Mango Melee is a Virtual Affair This Year. Watch it Live on the Consortium.

Staff Consortium | July 10, 2020 1

For the first time ever, the annual Mango Melee event on St. Croix — one of the largest family gatherings with yearly attendance in the thousands ...

Community Center

Ron de Lugo, the Longest Serving V.I. Delegate to Congress, Died Today. He Was 89.

Staff Consortium | July 14, 2020 3

Ron de Lugo, historically the longest-serving Dele...

Feds Offering $10,000 Reward for Info on Murder of 14-Year-Old Boy and 29-Year-Old Cousin in St. Thomas

Robert Moore | July 14, 2020 1

ST. THOMAS — Federal authorities are offering a ...

School Reopening Delayed to After Labor Day; Reopening Plan for Public Review Set for This Week

Kia Griffith | July 13, 2020 4

As a result of the surge in confirmed coronavirus ...

Experience the USVI

Tourism Commissioner Joseph Boschulte Provides Covid-19 Update for USVI Visitors,…

Staff Consortium | July 06, 2020 2

Department of Tourism Commissioner Joseph Boschulte on Sunday reminded Virgin Islanders and visitors...

Watch: You are Liberated, Live Free

Staff Consortium | July 03, 2020 1

Dept. of Tourism Launches Virtual St. John Festival From June 27-July 4; Events Schedule Released

Staff Consortium | June 18, 2020

ST. JOHN — The 66th annual St. John Celebration,...

Dept. of Tourism to Public: Ignore Fake Messenger Page Purporting to be Commissioner…

Staff Consortium | June 15, 2020 1

The V.I. Department of Tourism has advised the Virgin Islands community and potential visitors that ...

Dept. of Tourism Offices Now Open Territory-Wide

Staff Consortium | June 12, 2020 1

The Department Of Tourism Said Friday That Its Offices…

Health and Safety Comes First, Says Joe Boschulte to Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association

Staff Consortium | June 09, 2020 2

The Health And Safety Of Residents And Visitors Are…

USVI Ports HUB

Invitation for Bid | Emergency Roadside Clearing and Debris Removal Services

Staff Consortium | June 18, 2020

The Virgin Islands Port Authority (the “Authority” or “VIPA”) is soliciting bid proposals fr...

Enighed Pond Cargo Storage Lot Restricted to Leased Usage Only Starting June 1

Staff Consortium | May 25, 2020 1

The cargo and trailer storage lot at the Theovald ...

Road Town Fast Ferry Resumes Cargo Trips Between BVI and USVI

Staff Consortium | May 10, 2020

The Virgin Islands Port Authority said Friday it has approved a request from Road Town Fast Ferry to...

Notice Of Heavy Equipment Sale Sealed Bid Auction

Staff Consortium | April 29, 2020

The Virgin Islands Port Authority (the “authority”…

Notice of Invitation to Bid for Runway 10-28 Shoulder and Electrical Vault Construction At the Henry E. Rohlsen Airport

Staff Consortium | April 29, 2020

Sealed Bids Will Be Received By The Virgin Islands…

Business

UVI School of Business School and the VISBDC to Host Webinar for Small Businesses

Staff Consortium | July 13, 2020 1

The University Of The Virgin Islands’ School Of Business, In Collaboration With The U.s. Virgin Islands Small Business Development Center And Blacks On Wallstreet, Will Host A Webinar For Small Businesses At 3 P.m. On July 22, Uvi Has Announced. Oriented Towards Facilitating Sustainability And Resilience, The Main Goal Of The Webinar Is To Assist U.s. Virgin Islands Small Businesses With Business Strategy. The Webinar Will Focus On Uplifting Small Businesses That Have Been Severely Affected By The Current Global Pandemic, Many Of Whom Have Been Forced To Reimagine Their Business As They Re-enter The Economy. “the Voices Of Small Business Owners…

Banco Popular Provides $1.4 Billion in Paycheck Protection Program Loans, Including $29 Million in USVI

Staff Consortium | July 08, 2020 1

Popular Announced Today That As Of June 30, It Had Originated $928 Million In Loans During The Second Round Of The Small Business Administration (sba) Paycheck Protection Program (ppp). This Amount, Along With The $496 Million Closed In The First Round Of The Ppp, Results In $1.424 Billion In Loans Made Under The Program At Such Date. Popular Generated $1.18 Billion In Puerto Rico, $215 Million In The Mainland United States, And $29 Million In The U.s. Virgin Islands, The Bank Said. Popular Said It Processed A Total Of 28,000 Loans Among Its Three Markets, Mostly For Small Businesses. Of All Loans Generated, 73% Were For Less Than $25,000 And…

PSI Tire Supply? That's St. Croix-Based Vivot/Eleven Construction. The Firm Received Between $5 Million -$10 Million From the Paycheck Protection Program.

Staff Consortium | July 08, 2020

The U.s. Virgin Islands Firm Which Received The Highest Amount Of Funding From The Federal Paycheck Protection Program, Meant To Help Small Businesses Weather The Coronavirus-induced Recession That Shocked The U.s. Economy, Was One Of The Largest Firms In The Territory, Known As Vivot Or Eleven Construction. Vivot Has Blanketed St. Croix With Construction Projects Ongoing Throughout The Island, Including At The Limetree Bay Facility. The Company Is Also Performing Construction Work On What Will Be The St. Croix Legislative Building Near Five Corners In La Grande Princesse. The Company, However, Is Listed As Psi Tire Supply On The Paycheck Protection…

Equine Therapy and Vocational Training Coming to St. Croix’s Correctional Facility

Kia Griffith | July 03, 2020 4

On Thursday Morning At The Golden Grove Correctional Facility On St. Croix, Partners For An Organization Named The Elite Program Held A Groundbreaking Ceremony For A Vocational Rehabilitation Program Geared Toward Giving Incarcerated Women And Men Marketable Job Skills For Gainful Employment, As Well As The Benefits Of Equine Therapy Through Structured Training For The Care Of Retired Racehorses. Governor Albert Bryan, Who Attended The Groundbreaking, Fully Endorsed The Elite Program, A Partnership Between The Usvi Bureau Of Corrections On St. Croix, The Usvi Equestrian Equine Therapy Project, Inc. (eetp), And Yepsen And Pikulski, Llc.  Why Horses?…

Entertainment

Watch Now: Virtual Jazz by the Sea

Staff Consortium | June 26, 2020

Virtual 'Jazz in the Park' Happens This Friday feat. Eddie Russell and Kevin Williams Jr. on the Consortium

Staff Consortium | June 25, 2020 3

Jazz In The Park-christiansted Is Back This Friday,…