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ATLANTA — Nigel Walwyn was visiting his father on St. Croix when he went to the backyard to pick some passion fruit to make a drink, just like he had all through his childhood. But this time, he decided on a little twist, making an adult beverage instead. A little

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CHRISTIANSTED — Caravelle Hotel & Casino, the 43-room boutique waterfront hotel in the historic northeast shore town of St. Croix, said that the hotel will close for six months for remodeling and renovations. Caravelle will close today and reopen in early October; employees will not be let go during the

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In 2017, the Caribbean had a record number of 30.1 million tourists reports Travel Weekly, and these numbers only continue to grow. Despite a number of natural disasters hitting area in recent years, the attraction to tourists is still booming. Although many digital-age loving businesses preach that print marketing is “dead”, the

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CHRISTIANSTED — Commissioner nominee Jean-Pierre Oriol of the Department of Planning and Natural Resources said that the Division of Environmental Protection will be celebrating Virgin Islands Small Business Week from May 6 to 10. This week-long celebration begins with two workshops to educate all small business industry owners and managers

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CHRISTIANSTED — The Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs (DLCA) Commissioner nominee Richard Evangelista said that merchants must submit a Hurricane Price List to his department by June 1. Every year, at the onset of hurricane season, DLCA requests businesses to furnish an official price list of their goods and

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CHRISTIANSTED — The Virgin Islands Department of Labor (VIDOL) and the Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs(DLCA) release details below as a town hall tour is launched to cover the territory’s updates changes, and opportunities as it relates to the recovery period and the transition into hurricane preparedness season. The

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CHRISTIANSTED — Commissioner designee Gary Molloy said Monday he is inviting Employers, Not-For-Profit Organizations and Training Service Providers to participate in this year’s Summer Youth Work Experience and Training Program Virgin Islands Department of Labor (VIDOL). VIDOL is seeking the following:· Employers and agencies who are interested in providing a

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SAN JUAN — Puerto Rico will host a qualifying round for the 3×3 basketball tournament that has become part of the FIBA World Cup. It’s actually the first-ever qualifier event for this particular subset of FIBA basketball. It will take place from May 4th to 5th. The qualifier will consist

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WASHINGTON — Legislation recently introduced in Congress would establish a grant program for the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico to fund development of renewable energy resources, microgrids and energy storage. The bill aims to improve the electric system on the two island territories. the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto

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