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District Court Denies RNC's TRO Request For Trademark Infringement Against John Canegata; Hearing on…

Ernice Gilbert | May 24, 2022

The District Court of the Virgin Islands on Friday denied a restraining order filed by the Republican National Committee against John Canegata on allegations of trademark infringement, court documents obtained by the Consortium show. Mr. Canegata is a former chairman and former secretary of the Virgin Islands Republican Party. However, a preliminary injunction hearing on the same matter has been set for June 8 before Chief Judge Robert Molloy. The RNC is seeking to stop Mr. Canegata from using VI GOP-branded logos and marks, which the lawsuit says Mr. Canegata was barred from using since 2020. The court denied the restraining order request after it found that the RNC had "failed to certify in writing any efforts made to give notice to the adverse party and the reasons why notice should not be required." The ruling adds, "While counsel for…

Kent Bernier Files Paperwork to Challenge Bryan in…

Staff Consortium | May 15, 2022

Kent Bernier Sr. on Wednesday filed the necessary paperwork to launch a primary bid for governor of…

In Sudden Change, Javan James Decides to Run For Senate,…

Ernice Gilbert | May 13, 2022

In a rather sudden flip-flop, Senator Javan James — who less than a month ago told the community that…

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Woman Arrested For Stabbing Man Multiple Times in Neck

Amanie Mathurin | April 14, 2022

ST. THOMAS — A woman who allegedly stabbed a man in the neck multiple times has turned herself in to police. Court documents allege that Lydia Bell, age 56 stabbed the male victim during an alterc...

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