Boy dies after scooter accident

A 15-year-old boy from West End died this morning following a scooter accident on the Beef Island Public Road, police said.

Youths urge energy conservation

Some Virgin Islands youths are asking residents to turn off their non-essential lighting

Cline to contest District 2

Improving the Second District’s education, businesses, environment and infrastructure

Willock challenges gov’t investigation

A High Court judge has granted Julian Willock leave to challenge the legality of a government investigation of his actions — and today she is hearing his case in court.

Services planned for autistic residents

The government is taking steps to establish services for autistic residents, according to Government Information Services.

Trial starts for 7 on coke charges

The trial of seven men accused of drug smuggling-related crimes began this week in Magistrates’ Court, with pretrial motions heard yesterday and Monday.

Botanists: Some rare plants doing well here

Nearly two weeks of surveying, sampling and studying plants in the territory have left botanists visiting from the United Kingdom Royal Botanic Gardens more hopeful

Cops meet with EE residents

Police and community leaders spoke at an open-air meeting at the Sticket Monday night,

UK minister issues OT update

Overseas territories need sound fiscal management if they are to avoid repeating the errors of the Turks and Caicos Islands,

Branson: Lemurs are coming

Two dozen ring-tailed lemurs could call Mosquito Island home in the coming weeks, a plan that has sparked concern in the territory.

Sir Richard Branson

Education Week to end with bowling

Scores of preschool students gathered at the Sir Rupert Briercliffe Hall on Friday to take part in the Early Childhood Education Exhibition.

Man gunned down in Long Look

A man was shot to death outside the Long Look Clinic yesterday at about 7:30 p.m., according to police.