With the territory in the midst of a drought watch, many residents are looking for ways to conserve water lest their cisterns run dry and their water bills skyrocket.

US reopens embassy in Cuba

The relationship between the United States and Cuba continues to rapidly develop, with the US reopening its embassy in the communist dictatorship on Monday after some 55 years of severed relations.

New maritime labour rules coming soon

Protecting seafarers’ rights isn’t easy, but at a presentation last Thursday evening at the Training Division, Captain Raman Bala explained an agreement that he said will soon help regulate their...
After winning multiple categories in the Junior Duke and Duchess Pageant, Recado Palmer and Andreline Garcia were almost certain they would be crowned the overall winners.

Island Happenings (July 23, 2015)

Today Food: Bitter End Yacht Club’s Sea and Salsa culinary event is under way. Each day beginning at 6:30 p.m., dinner prepared by Chefs Roberto Trevino and Jose Alfredo Diaz will...
Last weekend, Malaki Smith returned from the Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships in Trinidad with silver and bronze medals, while several other Virgin Islands athletes had top-five ...

Julian Fraser league holds annual draft

The Julian Fraser Save the Seed National Basketball League recently conducted its annual draft.

Junior female nat’l team to compete in St. Maarten

The Virgin Islands Volleyball Association recently announced the introduction of its junior female national team.