Old-time good times (PHOTO GALLERY)

“Hey, good looking, what’ve you got cooking?” DJCandyman sang as Charles Lloyd and another senior danced in front of the Brewers Bay Community Centreon Friday.

Three fires keep officers busy

Fires on opposite sides of Tortola made for a busy Saturday night for Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Services.

Pricing the priceless

Deputy Premier Dr. Kedrick Pickering has a habit of peppering his speeches with one of his favourite aphorisms: There is no tourism without the environment.

JVD gets new welcome centre

Visitors on Jost Van Dyke will have an easier time getting around the island thanks to a new welcome centre, officials said Tuesday during a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Scouts reach out at retreat

Workshops, community service and exercise were among the activities carried out by the Second BVI Sea Scouts troop during a recent retreat.

Cops now have stun guns, pepper spray

Trained members of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force were armed with stun guns and pepper spray yesterday, according to Police Information Officer Diane Drayton.

Arguing for scooter ban, ESHS wins debate

Banning motorbikes and scooters would mean fewer accidents in the Virgin Islands, Jian Jeffers told residents at the Sir Rupert Briercliffe Hall on Wednesday.

SCB project explained, call made for signs

Work on the Pleasant Valley Bridge should include better signage, said Third District Representative Julian Fraser at a meeting to discuss road improvements there Monday evening.

CADA kicks off new show (PHOTO GALLERY)

There was wind, fire and rain at the Sir Rupert Briercliffe Hall when nearly 30 musicians and dancers performed in the CADA Players’ African Dream.

Easter kite-flying tradition continues

Dozens of kites dotted the sky above Wickhams Cay Monday afternoon as residents young and old gathered to carry on an Easter tradition.