Marlon Senhouse, who is accused of assaulting two police officers in Brandywine Bay on Sept. 6, 2012, took the stand in his own defence during a trial that began in …
It’s no lie, according to the testimony of Ishmael Harrigan: One morning in December 2012, the former maintenance supervisor of the Road Town Police Station was conducting a routine meeting …
The BVI Cycling Federation hosted the HLSCC/El Zorro Challenge on Sunday.
The Virgin Islands defeated Anguilla, 3-0, to take fifth place at the Eastern Caribbean Volleyball Association’s Junior Men’s tournament in St. Martin last weekend.
Dr. Cassander Titley-O’Neal: Environmental Systems Dr. O’Neal initially considered becoming a lawyer but later developed
A government minister in Trinidad and Tobago resigned Friday,
Looking at the two signs side-by-side at the Road Town Ferry Terminal, it’s easy for visitors to get confused which company is which.
Virgin Islands trust firms incorporated 630 fewer companies in 2012 compared to 2011,
Building course H. Lavity Stoutt Community College began hosting
Because the territory’s economy often rises and falls with the success
In August 2011, the Tropic Sun, a 400-foot container ship owned by Tropical Shipping Company,
A medical professor involved in a project to create the Eastern Caribbean’s first
Cell service restored Telecommunications provider CCT Global Communications has restored its mobile phone
A new year is a clean slate.
Okay, no more Mr. Nice Guy.
New year, new features Starting this week, the Beacon’s website will offer new features for online readers.
I read all the time of performances by various groups and individuals in this territory.
The current effort to revive our traditional Christmas customs is heartening.
The complaints commissioner’s position was originally established
Before Christmas I said I was going to write about the Crafts Alive Village.