Government plan to protect VI trees

The Bryan administration take steps to protect our trees. The new “tree law” protects all public trees. The law says anyone wishing to remove or prune public trees must apply with the VI Department of Agriculture with a permit application. Unless approved, it is considered an offense to take any portion of a public tree. […]

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MATHCOUNTS Chapter Competitions quickly approaching

Mathletes unite! The MATHCOUNTS Chapter Competitions are quickly approaching The St. Croix District competition is Thursday February 14that the University of the Virgin Islands Great Hall. For the St. Thomas and St. John District, the competition will be held Monday February 18that Bertha C. Boshultte Middle School Library at 9AM. Students representing Arthur A. Richards […]

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Plaskett announces new VI health funding

New federal dollars coming in to improve health services in the Virgin Islands. Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett made the announcement that the Dept. of Health and Human Services is sending $1 million to the ST. Thomas East End Medical Center. In a statement Plaskett said: “Today, I am pleased to announce a $1,184,580 grant from Health […]

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St. Thomas business hiring

A new job posting in St. Thomas. Margaritaville near Smith Bay is looking for both AM and PM servers and food runners. Requirements are to be a team player, punctual and able to work in a fast paced environment. Apply in person at Margaritaville St. Thomas in the restaurant. PHOTO: Margaritaville St. Thomas Facebook

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