Ferries hope to lower expectations After decades of failed attempts to improve the territory’s ferry service, government officials have decided to try a different approach.
Comment cards One Beaconite thinks the comment cards distributed to residents who attended government’s community
Public meetings most welcome The “On the Road” meeting series is a positive step for a government whose record on transparency has been mixed since it took office in November …
During the observance of Black History Month, African Diasporal Month or African History Month, it is rather appropriate to apply some perspectives on the recent re-election of United States President …
I hope that many Virgin Islanders, belongers and other residents have taken the opportunity to access the government’s recently released and much improved Budget Report.
So, once again, the East End/Long Look sewerage project is to be restarted.
Complaints are often voiced about how terrible and uncaring a teacher may be,
On the afternoon of April 3 at the Road Town Public Library,
In the Virgin Islands, you can drive a 50-foot go-fast motorboat
It has taken me four months to wrap my head around an issue that plagues our territory: safety. Residents will continue to debate opinions and facts until we agree on …
Progress is inevitable, I suppose.
Survival kits for cruise ship tourists Government has acknowledged that Road Town needs a lot of work if it is to remain
1929 Legitimacy Act a dinosaur The Law Reform Commission is to be commended for reviewing status-of-children legislation, and we urge legislators to review and pass the new law as soon …
New face The Beacon welcomes a new addition to its editorial staff.
Is the proposed improvement to the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport a “done deal” or a “work in progress”? You decide.
On March 29, I attended the second of two public meetings held
Surfing Cane (sort of) Two weeks ago in this column, I vowed to do my best to surf at Cane Garden Bay
Different queen A Beaconite attending the annual Spanish Town Fisherman’s Jamboree
Road Town needs planning, work We are pleased that the new government appears to be revisiting the 2007 Road Town Improvement Project, a comprehensive report whose recommendations could greatly improve …
Boy, oh boy! Dickson Igwe still wants to fly big jets into Beef Island.
Since the end of the global recession in 2009,
“Everywhere we go! The people want to know!
There comes a time you’ve got to call a spade a spade.
The marmalade contest in the United Kingdom
Resolutions anyone? Most people make resolutions for themselves, but luckily for the Virgin Islands I’m not so selfish.