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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — When Winston Ledee saw a Coast Guard vessel heading toward his boat at 6:30 in the morning, the lobsterman didn’t think twice until it was on top of him, and he dove into the water the instant before it plowed through his boat and continued on its

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — People are up in arms about the maintenance of a trash bin site on St. Thomas. Residents say the dumpster site — maintained by the Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority — is unsightly, unhealthy and dangerous to navigate in its current condition. People on social media begged

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CRUZ BAY — The U.S. Coast Guard has confirmed that officials issued several citations to yacht captain Ryan Bane — including “obstruction of a boarding” — but there is still no sign of British woman Sarm Heslop, who was reported missing from Bane’s vessel on March 8. According to Virgin

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CHRISTIANSTED — In advance of the upcoming Easter holidays, Governor Albert Bryan Jr. has eased restrictions for churches, which now can have gatherings of up to 200 people or 50 percent of their capacity, whichever is less, Government House said today. The new limit goes into effect immediately and will remain

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KINGSHILL — For the first 20 minutes of the first half, the U.S. Virgin Islands’ senior men’s national soccer team looked to be in tune with opponent Antigua and Barbuda. Then the Antiguans began playing to a different tune, which led to a 3-0 victory over the USVI National Team

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Governor Albert Bryan Jr. expressed his condolences on the death of long-time St. Thomas resident and tireless champion of promoting the U.S. Virgin Islands, who passed away this week. “On behalf of myself, the First Lady and the people of the Virgin Islands, I send my deepest condolences

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KINGSHILL — Two hours after midnight in St. Croix last month, a filmy vapor rose from a gargantuan oil refinery and floated over nearby homes as quietly as a jumbie in the night The fine mist of oil and water from Limetree Bay refining rained down on the community of

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Road work on Crown Mountain near Shibui Condominiums — which began in October 2020 — will resume on Monday, the Department of Public Works said Friday. Island Roads Corporation will continue construction at the site with the implementation of traffic control devices and construction signs, according to

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Thousands of people get monthly Social Security benefits in Puerto Rico and United States Virgin Islands.  Some need help managing their money.  When we receive information that indicates you need help, we will assign a representative payee to manage your benefits for you.  We try to select someone who knows you and wants to help you.  A

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FREDERIKSTED — One Golden Grove prisoner is the life of the party at the St. Croix adult “correctional” facility. He is swimming in so much Cruzan Rum, marijuana and stogies — that he doesn’t want to ever leave! That inmate at Golden Grove Adult Correctional Facility on St. Croix is

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