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TEAGUE BAY — Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort & Casino will be hosting a job fair tomorrow, The job fair will be held Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon in the Divi Carina Bay Casino Banquet Room. Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort & Casino suggests you “bring a resume”

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MIAMI —The U.S. Virgin Islands is positioning itself for growth in the cruising industry. Under the leadership of Commissioner of Tourism, Joseph Boschulte, the territory attended SeaTrade in Florida starting on Monday. The Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA) and Royal Caribbean Group will host a press conference at the Seatrade

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AARP’s Guide To The Virgin Islands National Park
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No passport needed for Americans visiting this gorgeous tourist haven on St. John  CRUZ BAY — With idyllic, undeveloped white-sand beaches and sea turtles, eagle rays and schools of multicolored fish parading just a short swim from shore, Virgin Islands National Park (VINP) is a paradise on Earth — specifically

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Young Virgin Islanders Can Get U.S. Coast Guard Captain’s License Through New VIPCA Junior Sailing Program
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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The marine tourism sector is booming in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Yacht chartering directly contributed $88 million to the territory’s economy in 2021. This figure is forecasted to be higher in 2022. To meet the USVI’s growing need for a marine workforce and enable young Virgin Islanders

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Police Investigating After Dead Body Found In El Yunque Rain Forest In Puerto Rico
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SAN JUAN — The Puerto Rico Police Department is investigating the discovery of a dead body in Vereda Charco Angelito off highway PR-988 in El Yunque, Luquillo jurisdiction of Puerto Rico. A call came in to the 911 Emergency System about a dead person in the Rain Forest and when

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ONE YEAR LATER: What Happened To Sarm Heslop? The British Woman's Mysterious Disappearance From St. John Examined By Dateline
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CRUZ BAY — Dateline broadcast an episode March 11 on the sad disappearance of Sarm Heslop in St. John, who went missing a year ago after boarding a yacht with her boyfriend, Ryan Bane. Sarm was last seen in Frank Bay on St. John. Since then, her family has been desperate

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ONE LOVE? BVI's 'Green' Tourism Campaign Is Making People Red In The Face
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ROAD TOWN, Tortola — A change in the British Virgin Islands’ tourism slogan is starting to stir up controversy there. The BVI used to bill itself as “Nature’s Little Secrets.” But the islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke now consider themselves: “BVI Love.” The British Virgin

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Cuba Adopts Russian Narrative On Ukraine War
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HAVANA — When Brent Renaud was killed covering the impact of the Ukraine war, state media in Cuba described the American photojournalist as a CIA agent. The state-run news website Cubadebate cited an Iranian news outlet as the source of the story, which it ran on March 13. But it didn’t

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After Pandemic Peace, Fresh Swarms of Crabs Invade Cuba´s Bay of Pigs
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BAY OF PIGS, Cuba — Migrating crabs around Cuba´s Bay of Pigs have emerged early and in unprecedented swarms, according to local residents, following two years of pandemic that allowed them to cross normally trafficked roadways and reproduce in peace. After the island´s spring rains begin, millions of red, yellow

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Cunard Line's Queen Mary II To Visit St. Thomas Tomorrow, VIPA Says
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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Queen Mary II will pay a visit to St. Thomas tomorrow, VIPA said. The ship will berth at the Austin “Babe” Monsanto Marine Terminal in Crown Bay at 6 a.m. and depart at 6 p.m. , according to the Virgin Islands Port Authority. “The USVI is

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