‘Scar’ gets 7 years for handgun

Vicardo “Scar” Farrell was given seven years in prison for firearm and ammunition offences on Friday — and he still faces a separate murder charge before High Court.

Village Cay opens event centre

Village Cay Hotel and Marina opened a new conference and event centre that the manager said is designed to better meet the needs of business travellers and local organisations alike.

Still no disciplinary tribunal for lawyers

In late 2015, lawmakers passed the Legal Profession Act, which revamped the rules governing the territory’s legal practitioners.

Timeline uncertain for police station repairs

After police stations across the territory sustained major structural blows during Hurricane Irma, the force has been operating in unconventional ways.

Rotaract hosts career expo for students

On Saturday morning, a group of 7-to-11-year-olds donned yellow plastic hardhats to learn about the territory’s electrical grid right from the source: BVI Electricity Corporation employees.

BVIEC: 80% of power restored

The BVI Electricity Corporation has restored 80 percent of the territory’s electrical grid and hopes to have 95 percent back by the end of March, according BVIEC officials.

Man dies in Anegada scooter crash

A man died after a scooter accident in Anegada on Saturday evening, according to police, who did not identify him but said investigations are ongoing.