Ever since Ingah and Andreal Smith of Carrot Bay got married 61 years ago, they’ve made it a habit to have lunch on their balcony each day.
In a quiet ceremony attended by family and close friends on Aug. 12, Robelteen Smith, the territory’s oldest resident, celebrated her 106th birthday.
Erosion, water runoff and their effects on declining reef health will be the focus of a discussion Thursday evening at Myett’s in Cane Garden Bay as two non-profit organisations — …
As part of ongoing efforts to certify educators, government is holding a two-week leadership training session for principals starting Monday.
A High Court judge has upheld government’s 2013 termination of a former Crown counsel who claimed that he had to stay away from the office and work from home due …
A day for Gregory Callwood, a Jost Van Dyke taxi driver and hotel owner, involves hours of driving tourists around and chatting about the territory.
Visitors and staff at the Central Administration Building are being asked to present official identification at the door and to dress in business or business casual attire under a pair …
Police are investigating a robbery at the Road Town Bobby’s Supermarket that occurred shortly before midnight on Sunday, according to acting Police Information Officer Carl Mason.
The House of Assembly passed a law Thursday that is designed to improve the territory’s ability to treat patients with mental illness.
Improvements to technology were among the most important accomplishments of Government Information Services in 2013, according to the department’s annual report.
Even before he arrived in the territory on Thursday, John Duncan, the territory’s new governor, was already Tweeting information about the Virgin Islands.
The fourth day of a House of Assembly sitting that began July 22 continued Thursday with a lengthy question-and-answer session between government ministers and opposition legislators.