Government officials have designated May as “Mental Health Month,” and plan a series of presentations and outreach events to generate community awareness of the issue.
Matthew Hart, 34, of Road Town, pleaded guilty to criminal damage Friday, after smashing the screen of an ATM at the Road Town Banco Popular branch Wednesday night.
Blue was a popular colour on Friday, as the staff of the Social Development Department took to the streets to tie ribbons on vehicles and residents.
A warehouse near the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport used by Her Majesty’s Customs was burglarised Sunday evening or Monday morning, police and customs officials said.
The May criminal assizes officially opened in High Court Tuesday, though some defendants were apparently informed by court officials that the session would begin next week.
Once upon a time, English soldiers defended Tortola against invading sailors from atop Fort Purcell.
On Saturday at the Sir Rupert Briercliffe Hall, young people from around the territory will hear from former gang members about the harsh realities of gang life.
Like many places in the territory, ever since the storms and heavy rains last season,
Tamia Richards, a private attorney with eight years of legal experience,
A group of mothers, midwives and other community members will march
Nelson Callwood appeared in Magistrates’ Court yesterday,
A New York woman was arrested on April 27 after allegedly being found with about two kilograms of cocaine at the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport.
The St. George’s Secondary School was transformed to look like a garden on Saturday.
Governor Boyd McCleary has approved the appointment of Ronald Smith-Berkeley as the new permanent secretary in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Labour.
A male was shot in both legs early Friday morning, when shots were fired near the Long Bush basketball court, police said today.
More than 100 seniors from around the territory gathered at the East End/Look Community Centre on Monday for the opening ceremony of Senior Citizens Month 2011.
The territory might soon step up its efforts to protect its reefs.
Mechanical and plumbing works on the new Pockwood Pond incinerator are complete, leaving only the electrical work before the commissioning process can begin, Petrona Davies, permanent secretary in the Ministry …
Beachgoers had even more to watch than usual on Saturday at Cane Garden Bay.
Dozens of cars and scooters glistened in the sun
A small plane veered off the runway of the Virgin Gorda Airport shortly after it landed on Saturday due to trouble with its landing gear, officials said.
An immigration officer has been removed from duty in connection with the 13 Brazilians expelled from the territory in February, said Sandra Ward, the deputy permanent secretary in the Premier’s …
Crumbling old bricks overgrown with bush can be seen so commonly around the Virgin Islands that at times,
Sir Richard Branson’s plans to import two dozen ring-tailed lemurs to Mosquito Island
If you’ve never heard of government’s 20-year-old programme to help fund new connections to the territory’s electricity grid, you’re not alone.