Last Saturday, the night sky was illuminated with stars, and so, too, was Club Commanche in Christiansted, where dignitaries and residents gathered to celebrate life and raise scholarship funds for deserving Hispanic high school seniors on St. Croix wishing to attend college.
Innovative is currently accepting applications for its 2015 Albert A. Sheen Scholarships, in the amount of two $10,000 awards and for its $20,000 UVI scholarship, which will be dispersed to four students at $5,000 each.
On Thursday, Governor Kenneth Mapp will reveal details of a recently held cabinet meeting, as well as announce new members of his cabinet, according to information released from Government House on Monday.
The University of the Virgin Islands Research and Technology Park (RTPark) Board of Directors has named Dr. Gillian Marcelle as its new executive director, after what officials say was an “extensive national search.” Dr. Marcelle’s contract with UVI began on Jan. 5.
The Virgin Islands Police Department recently held a week-long leadership seminar at the Emerald Beach Resort on St. Thomas that was tailored for persons holding managerial and supervisory positions on the force. This comes even as violent crime in the territory has been rampant in the first two months...
In the wake of Monday’s fatal shooting on St. Croix near the Eulalie Rivera Elementary School in Estate Grove Place, Sen. Novelle Francis, Jr. issued a statement encouraging the community to unite in an effort to stem the recent rash of violent crime plaguing the territory.
A man identified as 37-year-old Mustafa Williams was shot dead Monday, at about 11:46 a.m., in Estate Grove Place, in the vicinity of the Eulalie Rivera Elementary School, VIPD Public Information Officer Kevin Jackson has announced.
Act No. 7709, designating Strand Street in Frederiksted – specifically the block between Hill and Market streets – a one-way street that will operate in a northerly direction, was signed into law by former Governor John P. de Jongh, Jr. on Dec. 31, 2014. The law is expected to take effect on April...
Senators Nereida “Nellie” Rivera-O’Reilly and Almando “Rocky” Liburd have jointly voiced their objections to Senate President Neville James’ decision to exclude them from recent meetings held with officials from the U.S. Interior Department.