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CRUZ BAY — The former branch manager of Terminix International USVI, LLC pleaded guilty on Monday to four counts of illegally applying fumigants containing methyl bromide in multiple residential locations in the U.S. Virgin Islands, including the condominium resort complex in St. John where a family of four fell seriously ill

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Two beaches in territory failed water quality testing for bacteria and should be avoided by swimmers and fishermen, according to the latest Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) Beach Advisory. DPNR said that Lindbergh Bay beach on St. Thomas and Oppenheimer beach on St. John have high

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded grants totaling $1.26 million to support the Frederiksted Health Care Center on St. Croix and the East End Medical Center on St. Thomas. The Frederiksted clinic will receive $674,800 and the East End Medical Center has been

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Two beaches in territory failed water quality testing for bacteria and should be avoided by swimmers and fishermen, according to the latest Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) Beach Advisory. DPNR said that Coki Point beach on St. Thomas and Johnson’s Bay on St. John have high

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CHRISTIANSTED — The Executive Committee of the Territorial Board has decided to not renew the contracts of the CEO and CFO of the Juan F. Luis Hospital and Medical Center. The following actions to be implemented immediately: 1. Engagement of a consulting firm to provide highly experienced interim leadership (CEO

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Planning and Natural Resources advised the territorial public today that people stay out of the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean around all four Virgin Islands. STORM WATER ADVISORY NOTE: Due to the high volume of rainfall in the USVI this week, DPNR advises the public

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Two beaches in territory failed water quality testing for bacteria and should be avoided by swimmers and fishermen, according to the latest Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) Beach Advisory. DPNR said that Bolongo Bay and Lindquist beaches on St. Thomas have high bacteria counts and are

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – The Committee on Health Hospitals and Human Services, chaired by Sen. Nereida Rivera-O’Reilly, held a meeting at the Capitol Building on Wednesday, and approved several measures including Bill No. 32-0244- An Act amending title 27, Virgin Islands Code, chapter 1 subchapter VII, section 161 relating to the

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Three beaches in territory failed water quality testing for bacteria and should be avoided by swimmers and fishermen, according to the latest Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) Beach Advisory. DPNR said that Bluebeards, Secret Harbor and Water Bay beaches on St. Thomas have high bacteria counts

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DPNR BEACH ADVISORY: LINDBERGH BAY BEACH IN ST. THOMAS SHOULD BE AVOIDED BY SWIMMERS AND FISHERMEN CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Four beaches in territory failed water quality testing for bacteria and should be avoided by swimmers and fishermen, according to the latest Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) Beach Advisory. DPNR

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