The District of St. Croix Board of Elections held a special meeting to discuss the Third District Court ruling that granted the Coffelt-Canegata team a restraining order against the Elections System, prohibiting it from removing the candidates from the November 4th general elections ballot. But the meeting...
A new report issued by Government House on Monday reveals that readily available GERS funds continue to dwindle and that the system, if it remains on the current trajectory, will be bankrupt in just over ten years.
Water and Power Authority customers will start seeing reductions in their water and power bills by January 2015, CEO Hugo Hodge said on Thursday, as the company’s switch from petroleum to propane will be fully operational early next year.
On Monday afternoon a car rammed into local fast food restaurant Yum Yum, leaving passersby dumbfounded as to how the accident actually happened. Thankfully no one was hurt. Meanwhile, in Florida, God decided to hang out with the clouds on Wednesday. Have are a look at these ‘Quick Shots’.
Yesterday may have been one of sunshine in the Virgin Islands as is mostly the case, but for Virgin Islands Corrections Bureau Director Julius Wilson, the heat coming from members of the 30th Legislature scorched him for three hours on Tuesday, as he defended a $28.3 million budget for fiscal year 2015.