Man stabbed, 2 cars damaged

Police are looking into an incident where one person was taken to Peebles Hospital with stab wounds and two vehicles were damaged Friday afternoon, Police Information Officer Diane Drayton said.

Poker run raises $10k

More than 120 boats competed in the 10th annual Leverick Bay Poker Run on Sunday.

Dancing by the beach

“Which one of you all going home with Trigga?” Trey Songz sang, referencing his nickname, as he came on stage at the BVI Music Festival on Friday night.

Climate change workshop held

A group of Virgin Islands professionals recently was trained to help assess the effects of climate change here.

Deportation stay denied for ‘DA’

A hearing was held before Governor Boyd McCleary Friday in relation to the ordered deportation of businessman Desmond “DA” Alphonso,

Willock probe tossed, but door left open

A judge ruled Tuesday that a government committee specially formed to investigate allegations of wrongdoing by Permanent Secretary Julian Willock

New group hopes to curb spread of lionfish

“This is an eating machine,” Joseph Gulli said. “He is eating anything and everything he can get in his mouth, nonstop, to the point of regurgitation.”

Vehicle collision knocks out RT power

A vehicle collided with a Road Town electrical transformer box early Saturday morning, causing a power outage, in what police said was a “hit and run.”

Resort ferry accident injures 2

A ferry transporting passengers from Scrub Island to Trellis Bay ran aground Friday morning, said Martin Smith, the managing director of Scrub Island Resort.

Rain blamed for roadwork delays

Wet weather has again delayed the start of road repairs, Mark Simmonds, owner of BVI Paving, said this week.

Gov’t inks $630k contract for VG centre

North Sound, Virgin Gorda residents deserve a place to gather together, and if all goes according to plan, they soon will have one, Premier Ralph O’Neal said yesterday.