The Board of Elections St. Croix District held an emergency meeting on Monday to rectify small, but pertinent issues affecting the November 4 General Election ballot. And while a lot was accomplished, beleaguered senator Alicia “Chucky” Hansen’s name was hardly mentioned.
One of the reasons why many crimes go unsolved in the Virgin Islands is because the community has chosen not to report what they know, police officer and senatorial candidate Naomi “Sandra” Joseph said in a recent interview.
Documents obtained by VI Consortium reveals that Elections Supervisor Caroline Fawkes wrote a letter to Senator Alicia ‘Chucky’ Hansen through one of Hansen’s staff members noting that “as per Supreme Court Order, dated August 28th, 2014, S. Ct. Civ. No. 2014-0046, your Nomination...
Early this morning Senator Alicia ‘Chucky’ Hansen responded to the news that Governor John P. de Jongh, Jr. had pardoned her — something it appears she had known before the governor’s announcement came.
Venerable Virgin Islands educator and senatorial candidate, Kurt Vialet, has revealed he does not support the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in the Virgin Islands, stating that as an educator, he has seen the drug destroy otherwise intelligent students.
The V.I. Department of Education is in critical need of teachers moving into the new school year, as there are currently 147 vacancies that need to be filled, Education Commissioner Donna Frett-Gregory said.
Governor John P. de Jongh has responded to a request made by Senator Alicia “Chucky” Hansen that she be pardoned following the V.I. Supreme Court’s decision concluding that Hansen was not eligible to serve as a Senator, and ordered the Superior Court to remove her from the November...