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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Director Designee of the Virgin Islands Bureau of Motor Vehicles Barbara Jackson-McIntosh is advising driving instructors and residents that effective immediately, an appointment is required to take the written test to obtain a driver’s license. “The current practice of allowing test takers to walk into the testing

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The effects of the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority’s damaged main water line spilled over into today with at least one public school closing in St. Thomas — and two others affected. The Virgin Islands Department of Education, St. Thomas – St. John District said that

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority admitted on Facebook this morning that a “major” power outage is affecting its customers in St. Thomas and St. John this morning. “The interruption occurred at 9:35 a.m. when two generating units at the Randolph Harley Power Plant tripped off-line,”

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The National Park Service awarded the territory at least $10 million dollars in supplemental funding to the Virgin Islands State Historic Preservation Office (VISHPO). The NPS funds are primarily intended to replace the “historic and archaeological resources” in the U.S. Virgin Islands that were “impacted” by Hurricanes

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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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