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FREDERIKSTED — A St. Croix rum has been named one of the top five rums in the Caribbean this year. Cruzan Rum, made in Estate Diamond (west), was given the distinction of being the No. 4 rum in the region by USA 10Best Caribbean. Below is a list of the

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CHRISTIANSTED — The Governor Juan F. Luis Hospital and Medical Center (JFL) said Emergency Department restroom facilities for patients and staff are now working. The restrooms are adjacent to the ambulance bay with a total of four restrooms including one that is Americans With Disabilities Act compliant, the V.I. Department

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By RITA DE FERRARY The multiples of repetition of “sea sanctuary” by multiple news media outlets doesn’t make it so, and is simply an untruth concocted to sway public opinion. Sanctuaries are typically habitat or living areas, that exclude human and commercial activities and or are associated with rehabilitation and

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Coral World Ocean Park welcomed four Atlantic bottlenose dolphins to their new home at Coral World’s new St. Thomas Sea Sanctuary at Water Bay in St. Thomas on Wednesday. The dolphins will participate in the Park’s programming designed to inspire guests to care for and protect the

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CHRISTIANSTED — Government House issued a statement on Wednesday that Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. had ordered the removal of “reserved parking” signs from Queen Cross Street on St. Croix. For at least 20 years, the spaces have been reserved for people who work at Government House in Christiansted.

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SANTO DOMINGO — This winter will go down in history as one of the coldest and snowiest in history for a majority of the United States. With more than six weeks remaining until spring, many Americans are searching for a tropical getaway, that also offers unique attractions and experiences. Whether

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — In a special session on January 23, the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) Board of Trustees approved policies to help implement Act No. 8155, the Virgin Islands Higher Education Scholarship Program. The Act requires that financial aid be granted to residents of the Virgin Islands for

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CHRISTIANSTED — Some 80 Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority customers are scheduled to lose power tomorrow. According to a WAPA alert, customers in Strawberry and Limetree will have no electricity between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on Thursday. The “service interruption” is needed so contractor crews can “perform permanent

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SANTA CLARITA — When Caribbean Princess emerges from drydock in June 2019, for a season of summer cruises to the sun-drenched Caribbean, The Reef Family Splash Zone will debut offering a refined, playful and relaxing area for adults and kids alike to gather and enjoy the sun and water together. “In our latest effort to

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ST. AUGUSTINE, Trinidad — At home in the United States, Kerrie Springer takes pride in being environmentally conscious. So when she booked a week’s getaway at the Bucuti and Tara Beach Resort in Aruba, she choose the “green stay” option, agreeing to reuse her sheets and towels rather than have

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