WAPA Says All Employee Health Benefits are Safe Despite Unanswered Questions Regarding Premium Payments
U.S. Ratings Firm Places WAPA On Negative Watch
Virgin Islands Police Officer Indicted For Bank Fraud And Identity Theft
Sammy Davis, A Former Foster Child, Is Set To Receive His $8,889 Held By Human Services For Over 4 Years
WAPA Plans To Use Spare Parts From Storm-Damaged Generator On St. Thomas To Bandage Failing Generator On St. Croix. Cost To Ratepayers? $1 Million.
Watch | Bryan Says USVI Safe From Hurricane Jerry But Urges Vigilance
PSC Would Appoint Independent Management Entity With Fiduciary Oversight Over WAPA In New Bill By Senators Sarauw And Frett-Gregory
In Newly Launched Program, Residents With Homes Damaged By 2017 Storms May Be Eligible For Up To $250,000 In Repairs; Rental Rehab Program Also Launched
Plaskett Calls On Senate President And Governor To Declare State Of Emergency At WAPA: 'The Virgin Islands Is Suffering An Energy Criss'
DPNR Skeptical of Bill Mandating Beachfront Property Owners Provide Suitable Access to Public Beaches, But Assures Public Access Will Be Enforced
Watch | Retirees Protest For Long-Owed Retro Monies Outside Gov't House On St. Croix; Bryan Responds
With Oil Refining Soon To Come Online At Limetree Bay, Lawmakers Seek To Collect Tens Of Millions In Gasoline Tax Received By U.S. Treasury
Corrections Officers On St. Croix Stage Job Action; Union Rep Says Bryan Administration Has Made No Attempts To Negotiate
Outages Will Continue for Weeks to Come, WAPA Chief Says; On St. Thomas, Blackouts Narrowed To Two Leased Generators
Through Tuesday, August 20