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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The takeover of AT&T cellular assets in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico by Liberty Communications was supposed to be seamless to customers. However, now some Virgin Islanders are finding out it was so seamless, they never made the switch. In recent days, AT&T has begun

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced its intent to designate the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico as a “protection zone,” a World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) designation that allows the United States to maintain its current animal health status should there be a detection of

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A St. Thomas resort that is rated “very good” by TripAdvisor — got panned by a tourist from Missouri who just returned home. Clara Coomer of St. Louis said she stayed at the Sapphire Beach Condominium Resort in Smith Bay recently and found it to be “not

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Attorney General says that she’s been a victim of identity theft. AG Denise George said scammers are sending text messages attempting to impersonate her with a fake Twitter account. “The fraudulent messages in the name of Attorney General George, encourage some of the recipients

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MIAMI — U.S. cruise liner Royal Caribbean Group said this weekend only passengers with a negative COVID-19 test will be let aboard, after six guests on its Adventure of the Seas cruise ship  tested positive during routine testing. The rule will apply to all guests departing on cruises that are five

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In this article we will take a look at the 25 best Caribbean islands to visit during COVID. Why The Caribbean Islands? The Caribbean is one of the most striking tourist destinations in the world. With more than 7000 islands, the archipelago is situated between North America and South America.

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ROAD TOWN, Tortola — The British Virgin Islands welcomed its first cruise ship in 15 months when Royal Caribbean’s Celebrity Millennium docked at the Cyril B. Romney Pier Park with 414 passengers. It was a far cry from the normal capacity of over 2,000 passengers, but a welcome sight after

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CHRISTIANSTED — Governor Albert Bryan lauded the long-term lease agreements the Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA) is entering into with Tropical Shipping Company and Crowley Caribbean Services, hailing it as a public-private partnership that is pivotal to the Territory’s economic future and bring major improvements to the container ports in

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ROAD TOWN, Tortola — Businessman Richard Branson on Wednesday urged Caribbean countries to be more LGBT-friendly as a report said anti-gay laws cost the region’s 12 English-speaking nations up to $4.4 billion a year in lost tourism and emigration. “Business can be a driving force for social, environmental and economic

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Commissioner Richard Evangelista of the Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs said that effective today DLCA is ready to issue a business license for the operation of a short-term rental.  A short-term rental is an establishment primarily engaged in providing accommodations for less than ninety (90) days

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