For many birds in the Virgin Islands, surviving the winds of Hurricane Irma was just the beginning.
The Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Mounts Bay returned to the territory this week to assist the Department of Disaster Management with cleanup projects.
After Hurricane Irma, many residents complained that they struggled to obtain aid such as food, water and building supplies.
Shortly before midnight on Tuesday, a tsunami advisory was issued for the territory, signifying the second highest level of emergency alert and potential danger of tsunami-generated waves in the area.
The government is asking for public input on a draft of the territory’s “Recovery and Development Plan,” which outlines proposals for spending $721 million on the territory’s recovery from the recent ...