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FREDERIKSTED — The University of the Virgin Islands Department of Communication, Art, Theater and Music will host its inaugural weekend-long Caribbean Film and Artistic Cinematic Festival on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix starting today. The cultural festival will bring students and community together to celebrate some of

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Department of Health (DOH) Acting Commissioner, Justa Encarnacion, joined by Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. Senators Donna Frett-Gregory and Bobby Thomas, DOH staff and visitors celebrated the grand reopening of the Eldra Schulterbrandt Residential Facility on St. Thomas. The ceremony marked the completion of the renovation phase for

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When planning on traveling away from home, be it for business or leisure, there are various factors you have to consider before making that major decision. One of those includes the safety of the place and the various thrilling activities that you can indulge in. So if these two factors

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With March Madness finally over, we move on to the climax of the 2019 NCAA basketball season in which the Final Four will be battling it out for the trophy. And what a surprise set of teams it is! For only the fourth time in 32 years, we have a

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By CSU Tropical Meteorology Project Colorado State University hurricane researchers are predicting a slightly below-average Atlantic hurricane season in 2019, citing the relatively high likelihood of a weak El Niño as a primary factor. Tropical Atlantic sea surface temperatures are currently slightly below their long-term average values and are consequently considered an

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CHRISTIANSTED — Limetree Bay Terminals & Limetree Bay Refining advised all high school seniors about the Limetree Bay Scholarship Program. The Limetree Bay Scholarship Program is open to all graduating seniors enrolled in a high school in the U. S. Virgin Islands who have maintained a grade average of “B”

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CRUZ BAY — The Loredon L. Boynes Sr. Dock is located at the heart of Love City and is the primary ferry dock on St. John. Since the island has no airport, its seaports are critical to the community and businesses on the island. The Virgin Islands Port Authority said

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CHRISTIANSTED — The Federal Emergency Management Agency awarded nearly $1 million to the territory on Wednesday for the Spring Gut watershed project. This watershed, when working properly, drains and directs the hillside water in the Gallows Bay area to the Caribbean Sea. Improper drainage and flooding of the watershed has

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — My Brother’s Workshop will host “Mystery Under the Big Top” on April 6th from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Under the Solar Awning at Montessori School. It will be a night of circus-themed sleuthing and fun. Tickets are $75 each and all proceeds from the evening’s event will

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CHRISTIANSTED — During the period between 1999 and 2018, over 400,000 Americans died as a result of overdoses related to America’s Opioid crisis. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that the epidemic has reached a level where 130 people die every day as a result

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