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SAN JUAN — A 4.2 magnitude earthquake occurred early this morning 7.5 miles west of Ponce, the United States Geological Survey reported. The “moderate” quake hit at a shallow depth of 12 miles beneath the epicenter near Ponce, Segundo Barrio, Puerto Rico, at 1:18 a.m. today. The exact magnitude, epicenter,

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Governor Albert Bryan vetoed bills that would have given the Public Service Commission additional control over the financially troubled Water and Power Authority and would have changed the utility’s board membership. Bryan signed a bill that will institute qualification requirements for the PSC and will change the quorum

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In 2020, when literally the whole world went online because of the pandemic, many people started looking for work opportunities online and discovered the sphere of webcam. We decided to learn how much one can make on a webcam site, and found a real story of Emma from Washington. She

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KINGSTOWN — The three scientists credited with helping save lives ahead of a recent explosive volcano eruption in the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent are known to locals simply as Richie, Rod and TC. The team huddled indoors for weeks on little sleep to study and alert the government

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CHRISTIANSTED — A Pearl B. Larsen fourth grade student has been chosen as the winner for the territory in the Doodle for Google Competition. A talented student on St. Croix could soon have his art on the Google homepage for millions to see. Google is announcing the 54 state and

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CHRISTIANSTED — Photos have been released on social media as a tribute to the 16-year-old Richmond boy who was shot to death early Sunday morning. Kimani Perdomo of John F. Kennedy Terrace was killed in a drive-by shooting just before 12;21 a.m. Sunday, according to social media accounts. Tributes and

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands legislature appears to be near to voting to increase Public Service Commission control over the financially troubled Water and Power Authority (WAPA). As of December 31, WAPA had $190 million of electrical system revenue bonds and unamortized bond premiums and a total of $1.143

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The Virgin Islands are located close to 1106 miles southeast of Miami in Florida and between 40 and 50 miles on the eastern side of Puerto Rico and one of its highlights is the University of Virgin Islands. Founded in 1962, the university is the only public institution of higher

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CHRISTIANSTED — The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plans to send experts and staff to a recently reopened St. Croix refinery as soon as this week to conduct an investigation, the agency said in a Tuesday statement after some residents said an odor coming from the refinery caused them to feel

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The phishing email is one of the most devastating weapons that cyber criminals use to get their hands on your charity’s data, infect computers with malware, and steal money. That’s why you should treat all unexpected emails with the utmost suspicion and never click on links or open attachments in any email you

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