Selvin Chinnery’s attorney said he fired the nail gun in self-defence because a man in a jeep was trying to run him down.
The count is in, but the more complicated information that makes census data especially valuable — like statistics about age, income and education level of the Virgin Islands population — …
Police are offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information about the death of Melbourne Francis, who was shot and killed on May 9 in East End.
More than 40 emergency responders, including fire and police officers, are better equipped to handle emergencies after a recent series of training sessions, officials said.
The Nov. 6, 2012 stabbing death of Tishawn Henley occurred after an argument with his half-brother Michael Jack about a car antenna, jurors heard Monday.
The BVI Football Association is hosting the Caribbean Football Union Women’s under-20 Group 2 Tournament this week at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds.
The Department of Waste Management is embarking on a pilot project to introduce house-to-house garbage collection in some communities next month, according to Government Information Services.
With competitions in bobbing for mangos, identifying varieties of mangoes, and eating mangos, this year’s Mango Array and Tropical Fruits Festival was designed to appeal to residents’ competitive nature.
Collin Greene, a Jamaican accused of having unlawful sex with a 15-year-old girl last year, will serve a seven-year prison sentence, Justice Albert Redhead ruled Friday.
Class five students of the Willard Wheatley Primary School learned about life behind bars during a tour of Her Majesty’s Prison in Balsam Ghut last week.
In an effort to properly address the mould growth in several public schools, the Ministry of Education and Culture has sought the expertise of a company based in the United …
Two robberies took place within two hours of each other on Sunday night in Road Town, police said.
Deputy Premier Dr. Kedrick Pickering met with fishermen on Anegada last Thursday to exchange ideas about strategies for the fishing industry on the sister island.
They started at 5:30 a.m. Two hours later, they had collected nearly 100 bags of garbage.
Judging by the crowd enjoying Smugglers Cove on the recent Whit Monday holiday, many Virgin Islands residents like the beach just the way it is.
“If you want to be on a boat and you want to drive the boat, you have to have a captain’s licence,” Janet Oliver, executive director of the Charter Yacht …
It might be tempting to think that after Emancipation Day 1834 and the public reading of the British Slavery Abolition Act, all slaves were free and that was the end …
“This year is going to be a good year: I could feel it,” Marvin Blyden said of the coming August Emancipation Festival during a Tuesday press conference.
Tax agreements The territory is finalising negotiations with the United States and United Kingdom governments on information-sharing agreements that could make life easier for Virgin Islands financial services businesses ahead …
Before his trip to the Virgin Islands eight years ago, Jeff Block knew nothing about sailing.
Judges will assess yards in the Seventh and Eighth Districts Sunday for the “Deck Your Yard” contest.
Siblings Ronni Otez David, 25, and Sadijje David, 20, pleaded not guilty
Of 29 cases on the list for the fall criminal assizes,
The Ministry of Communications and Works has contracted
Tim Colley had a lot to say on Friday about the United Kingdom’s relationship