Category: Caribbean News

Virgin Islands Women’s Basketball Team Shocks The World With 67-60 Overtime Win Over Brazil In FIBA AmeriCup Championships

WE ARE THE UNDERRATED … AND GREAT!!! Fresh off their tournament victory in the Women’s Centrobasket Championships in St. Thomas, the Virgin Islands’ women’s team continues to impress, with an Ali-style upset of Brazil in group play in the 2017 FIBA Women’s AmeriCup basketball championship in Argentina on Wednesday. [ad name=”HTML-68″] BUENOS AIRES – On […]

‘LOCAL’ METEOROLOGISTS’ BIG BONER: They Fail To Adequately Notify Virgin Islands And Puerto Rico Public What Was Going To Happen Last Night And Today

RAIN MAP: Torrential rain showers shown over our area of the northern Caribbean today. [ad name=”HTML-68″] CHRISTIANSTED — It was an epic fail by “local” meteorologists — especially those who broadcast on Isle 95-WJKC in St. Croix — and they know it. Or at least they should, except that they don’t actually live here. They […]

BREAKING NEWS: Puerto Rico Makes It Illegal To Smoke In Cars With Minors Present

SAN JUAN –  The U.S. commonwealth of Puerto Rico has made it a crime to smoke inside a vehicle if one of the passengers is younger than 18. The island’s Health Department said Sunday that violators will face a $250 penalty for violating the law. Officials said 10 percent of money collected from those fines […]

Low Pressure Zone In The Atlantic Could Put Storm On A Track To Affect The Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico This Week

MIAMI — Forecasters say the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico need to watch a low-pressure area in the Atlantic Ocean, currently located midway between the coasts of Africa and South America. Tracking northwest across the Atlantic and moving around 15 mph Sunday afternoon, that system has a 50 percent chance of developing into a tropical […]

Puerto Rico Government Workers Will Be Furloughed For 1st Time in Island’s History

SAN JUAN — A federal control board overseeing Puerto Rico’s crisis-wracked finances announced Friday that it will impose furloughs for the first time in the U.S. commonwealth’s history. Furloughs of up to two days a month will start Sept. 1 and apply to all government employees except police, said Natalie Jaresko, the board’s executive director. […]

Grenadan Murderer Rapist Kathron ‘Cuchi’ Fortune To Face Justice For Brutal Killing Of French Woman in French St. Martin

MARIGOT, St. Martin — An immigrant from Grenada will be accused in court of the brutal rape and murder of a woman who moved from the mainland of France to this tiny twin island in the Caribbean. Kathron “Cuchi” Fortune, 39, convicted of another murder and detained in Pointe Blanche prison on the Dutch side […]