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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A confirmed COVID-19 patient was taken off of a cargo ship docked behind Hassel Island on Thursday and brought to St. Thomas for needed medical treatment, the Virgin Islands Free Press has learned. Despite the fact that the Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA), St. Thomas Rescue, Schneider

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FREDERIKSTED – The officers of the Virgin Islands Police Department, St. Croix District, were beneficiaries of 100 plates of food, donated by actress Naturi Naughton of “Power” fame. The food donation, organized by the Office of the Delegate to Congress, was presented to the officers on Sunday at the VIPD

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I hope this will help you when purchasing facial masks to comply with the recent order in our community. You will face so many options to choose from and you may be feeling rushed to do something, anything not knowing what to do. I see lot of focus on pricing.

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CHRISTIANSTED — St. Croix resident, transformation coach and yoga instructor Leanne “Lutterness” Morancie is on a quest to help the world de-stress from COVID-19 anxieties through virtual Yoga in Paradise sessions.   “Now more than ever I want to encourage everyone in my community, country and around the world to use the sacred

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A Hospital Ground woman who was reported missing Tuesday by family members has been found safe and sound on St. Thomas, authorities said. Jamequa Kuntz, 22, came to the Richard Callwood Command in Charlotte Amalie about 9:40 p.m. Thursday “and told officers that she was okay,” the

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Public Works is advising the public that they will continue to see buses on roadways in the coming week, as the bus operator training has been extended until May 8. The department previously notified the community that while VITRAN’s Fixed Route service remains suspended, the

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CHRISTIANSTED — One of the territory’s leading Republican activists is dead. Herb Schoenbohm, who chaired the Republican Party of the U.S.Virgin Islands from 2000 until 2012, died Wednesday at the age of 84. Minnesota-born Schoenbohm relocated to the USVI in the late 1960s. The St. Croix resident was a recognizable

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CHRISTIANSTED — From the inception of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Governor Juan J. Luis Hospital said it identified that its internal healthcare workers are the persons on the island of St. Croix that are the most at risk, given that their jobs are to care for the sickest in the

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FREDERIKSTED — As part of our continued Crime Prevention and Community Policing initiative, the VIPD Crime Prevention Bureau presents the following suggestions that when followed, reduces burglaries and robberies within our community. To avoid robberies: If possible, do not walk alone during late-night hours. Walk in groups whenever you can

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Office of Veterans Affairs will be issuing license plates to those eligible Veterans who were not able to replace their original style VA plates. Plates will be issued at the office in your respective district on Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12

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