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CHRISTIANSTED — Police responded to a gunpoint robbery in the parking lot of a waterfront condominium complex in which a woman’s purse was stolen on Sunday night, authorities said. The 911 Emergency Call Center received reports of shots fired in the Coral Princess condominiums area in La Grande Princesse at

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — With an eye towards becoming a successful actor-director, Kaden Hughes continues to hone his acting craft at every turn. Now, the 23-year-old St. Thomian is set to hit the small screen as a guest star on CBS’ Network Drama Series “BULL,” airing on CBS this Monday, May

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CHRISTIANSTED — Responding to a series of refinery mishaps that has exposed St. Croix residents to nauseating fumes for a period of hours to days, a coalition of environmental advocacy organizations has asked U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan to send an emergency response team to Limetree Bay to

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CHRISTIANSTED — Traffic on St. Croix was being diverted away from Prince Street this morning as needed roadwork continued. The north end of Prince Street near King Street in Christiansted was blocked off with orange traffic cones today by the Virgin Islands Police Department. A traffic control person was up

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CHRISTIANSTED — After Hurricanes Irma and Maria, a number of traffic signs along roadways throughout the territory were destroyed or displaced. Celestine Construction, LLC was awarded the contract to replace the damaged signs on St. Croix, the Department of Public Works said. “Starting this week, the contractor will install signs

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The VA Caribbean Healthcare System (VACHS) is offering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to all Veterans, their spouses, widows, and caregivers, in the Virgin Islands regardless of age, income, or VA medical eligibility. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY! St. Thomas – Nisky Moravian Fellowship Hall Thursday, April 29th from 9:00am

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CHRISTIANSTED — Governor Albert Bryan will appear on the Office of Disaster Recovery’s “Recovery in Focus” program tomorrow. “Recovery In Focus” is an hourlong monthly show that seeks to keep residents updated on the status and progress of the territory’s recovery from Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Governor Bryan, ODR Director Adrienne

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE —  A St. John man who allegedly pointed a rifle at police and was shot once by one officer was arrested as soon as he stepped foot outside of a St. Thomas hospital today. Alex Louis Camsel, 46, of Estate Pastory, St. John was arrested at 11:45 a.m.

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE —  The Virgin Islands Police Department, St. Thomas / St. John District, is advising individuals and bar owners around the Havensight area that the VIPD will have a pronounced presence for the Carnival event on April 30. Individuals and bar owners are reminded that the legal drinking age

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Public Works is advising the community of an offline traffic signal at the intersection of Raadets Gade and Veteran’s Drive in the waterfront area of St. Thomas. The line providing power to the traffic signal was inadvertently damaged by an external contractor early this morning, according to

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