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WASHINGTON — The Trump presidential transition will be responsible for filling over 4,000 positions at a variety of levels of the federal government, including the Virgin Islands-based positions of U.S. attorney, U.S. marshal and judge in the federal District Court. “The Republican Party has given President-elect Trump and Vice President-elect

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CHRISTIANSTED — The body found in the well in Estate Richmond on January 15, 2015, has been positively identified, through DNA testing. John Bastian, 54, of Estate Richmond in Christiansted as the person whose remains were found thanks to an anonymous tip to police. The family told police that it

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ONLY EMPLOYABLE AT UVI: Alleged Deadbeat UVI Professor Chenzira Davis-Kahina FREDERIKSTED — St. Croix Sovereigns! The director of the “Caribbean Cultural Center at the University of the Virgin Islands,” facing foreclosure of her home by 1Firstbank Puerto Rico, decided she was not really “Chenzira Davis-Kahina” but actually “Royal Daughter Sat

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STYLIN’ IN TAMPA: Mario A. Daniels Jr. FREDERIKSTED — A St. Croix man wanted for a meat market murder in early 2011 has been returned to the territory after alert police on the U.S. mainland captured him. On November 4, Mario Daniels Jr., 24, was arrested on a bench warrant

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SAI GON DELI IN GALLOWS BAY (340) 713-1111 CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Committed to community outreach and the enhancement of the tourism product in the territory, the United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism is supporting young culinary talent during the second annual Restaurant Week with the launch of its “Dine

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THE FIX IS IN FOR VIGL: Gov. Kenneth Mapp FREDERIKSTED — Horse racing has a storied history in the territory, but has fallen on hard times there as in other parts of the world. However, a new deal between the private company VIGL and the local government was announced recently,

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        ARRESTED: Luis Carrion FREDERIKSTED — Two spoil sports on St. Croix were arrested by police for allegedly pelting Halloween goers with raw eggs. On Monday, about 7:57 p.m. 19-year-old Luis Carrion and 22-year-old Leroy Simon were placed under arrest for Assault in the third degree, the

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The boardwalk in Christiansted town. CHRISTIANSTED — On Saturday October 29, 2016 at approximately 8:24 p.m. officers from the Marshall Command Unit in Christiansted, were dispatched to a robbery in downtown Christiansted. Upon arrival officers made contact with the victim who stated that he was walking on Strand Street in

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STUMPING FOR CLINTON: V.I. Delegate Stacey Plaskett CHRISTIANSTED – Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett joined First Lady Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton at a major campaign rally for the Clinton/Kaine Campaign in North Carolina on Thursday. Plaskett who, endorsed Clinton as the Democratic presidential nominee in April, joined First Lady Michelle Obama and several other member of Congress

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  ARRESTED: Rajah Caul of St. Croix CHRISTIANSTED — A concerned citizen reported that about six shots were fired in the vicinity of V.I. Cargo at approximately 9:28 a.m. October 26, 2016, police said. The Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) said that “two dark skin males wearing dark shirts were

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