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CHRISTIANSTED — One Puerto Rican woman and one St. Croix woman were arrested by the VIPD’s Economic Crimes Unit after they allegedly assumed other identities to cash checks worth at least $14,000, authorities said. Sandra L. Madrigal, 42, of Vieques and Michelle M. Mateo, 25, of St. Croix were arrested

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With so many new digital conference calling apps on the market, it can be quite challenging to find one that fits both your business’s specific needs and its budget. A good conference calling app should be easy to use, affordable, versatile, and offer great customer service. Here, we’ll discuss what

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The job of business managers doesn’t come easy. They’re responsible for overseeing everything going on in the workplace. They put their effort into creating a balance between maximizing work efficiency and maintaining a healthy work environment for their employees. In their efforts to do so, they’re always seeking best practices

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SAN JUAN — A television producer for ABC Puerto Rico drowned over the weekend, authorities said. Sara Arroyo Rodríguez, 48, was identified by police as the woman who drowned. Police said she was in the ocean with her sister in the popular tourist beach of Isla Verde on Sunday. The

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SAN JUAN — Puerto Rico police have arrested the stepdaughter of a woman killed last month in a drive-by shooting while in her car with her two biological daughters, authorities said. Police said Wednesday that 29-year-old Keishla Pérez was charged with first-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder. William

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Two men, a Dominican and a Venezuelan, were charged in federal court with trying to bring 11 pounds of cocaine into the region, authorities said. Pedro Ramos-Guerra and Carlos Alberto Cuevas-Almonte were charged in a Bill of Indictment returned by a Grand Jury on November 21 with

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Marine Advisory Service (VIMAS) launched a Water Quality Education Program, with the Charlotte Amalie High School (CAHS) piloting the program. The program, which began Monday, is expected to expand to include other high schools and middle schools in St. Thomas and St. Croix, in

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The U.S. Small Business Administration approved 439 loans for $78.2 million to small businesses in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands during fiscal year 2019, a 35 and 28 percent increase, respectively, from the previous year. Of the total loans approved, 189 for $39 million were

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SAN JUAN — A critically endangered Puerto Rican toad was for the first time born via in vitro fertilization as U.S. scientists attempt to save it from extinction, officials announced on Friday. Olaf – named in honor of the frozen semen he came from — is the first of more

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HAVANA — Cuba’s government has launched a program to combat racism, acknowledging that a problem that Fidel Castro tried to eliminate after the 1959 leftist revolution remains unresolved. The program aims to identify steps to fight discrimination, broaden education on Cuba’s African legacy and start a public debate on racial

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