Painting, tree planting and playground work were among the projects carried
After Joycelyn Searles — a Virgin Islands calypsonian who performs as “Sistah Joyce” — was apprehended
During the past year, Shermain Wade has been sick only twice.
The territory is to pilot a new electronic filing system scheduled
A warning sign and rescue equipment have been installed at the Bubbly Pool in Jost Van Dyke, where a tourist died during a heavy swell in March.
Besides studying sailing skills, students learned how to make fish pots and coconut oil
From understanding the various factors that make up environmental sustainability
Nursing, development planning and law were among the professions
The Ministry of Health and Social Development has spent nearly $100 million
The Immigration Department is severely understaffed, according to its 2011 annual report, which was released during a July House of Assembly sitting.
A brood of chickens moved all at once, some flapping through the air, as Jonathan Theophille opened the door to the penned area and stepped inside. A loud clucking ensued.
New rules that govern how lawmakers can spend the public’s money received
Seventeen firms expressed interest in the multimillion-dollar project to lengthen
Six-year-old Ahijah Barth loves pink. Her knapsack has to be pink,
An appeal made by the lawyers of Shonovia Thomas, who was convicted of manslaughter
Under the Caribbean Development Bank’s rules for the Virgin Islands’ $15.7 million
Governor Boyd McCleary touted the government’s recent progress