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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A St. Thomas man who allegedly attacked with a man with a machete from behind in Hospital Ground on Wednesday morning was arrested by police, authorities said. Steve Corcino, 47, of Hospital Ground, was arrested at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday and charged with third-degree assault, the Virgin Islands

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A survey of five Caribbean countries showed that nearly half of women have faced at least one form of physical, economic, emotional or sexual violence. Unequal power relations between women and men lead to controlling behaviors within intimate relationships, research shows. The problem has become worse since the outbreak of

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According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, about 30 million small businesses in the United States employ tens of millions of people. Running a small business can be a 24-7 endeavor. Managing employees, inventory, scheduling, services, and marketing can be challenging. If you are a small business owner, or you

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A report of a person burglarizing a sports bar on Main Street St. Thomas last Friday morning led police to a man who confessed to “several crimes all involving burglaries.” Vaughn Lee Mchargue, 51, of Port St. Lucie, Florida was arrested Wednesday and charged with third-degree burglary,

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Governor Albert Bryan has asked the 33rd Legislature to take up his request during their Special Session on Tuesday, December 8, to extend the State of Emergency until February 6, 2021.  The current State of Emergency expires on December 8.  “Given that the USVI is a major travel destination,

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WASHINGTON — Time is running out for the U.S. government to approve a second coronavirus relief package. So where does that leave Americans anxiously awaiting a second federal stimulus check — the cash payments that were distributed earlier this year? There are signs that a scaled-down deal might be in

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TEGUCIGALPA — An American-led group of foreign investors is developing an experimental city on an island off the coast of Honduras, with ambitions to become the Hong Kong of the Caribbean. But the project has sparked fears of a land grab among locals. The quiet fishing village of Crawfish Rock,

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SANTIAGO, Chile — A new United Nations report released here Wednesday shows the territorial inequality of malnutrition in Latin America and the Caribbean. The report titled “Regional Overview of Food and Nutrition Security in Latin America and the Caribbean 2020,” analyses child overweight and stunting in the countries of the

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BRIDGETOWN — Caribbean countries have demanded that the former European slaving nations pay back their debts, vowing to eliminate colonial remnants that still exist in the region. The call came during celebrations for the United Nations International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, which commemorates December 2 1949, when the

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SAN JUAN — Coast Guard rescue crews ended the search Wednesday night for possible survivors of a capsized migrant boat in the Mona Passage near Desecheo Island, Puerto Rico. Six persons reportedly remain missing after search efforts revealed no signs of additional survivors or of the reported capsized vessel throughout

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NEW YORK — Recognizing that the pressing issues facing contemporary urban centers, communities, and the natural environment can only be solved with bold, collective action, Marvel Architects has transformed its practice into a collective of interdisciplinary research and design teams with architecture and landscape architecture experts at the helm. Going

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