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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Director Barbara Jackson-McIntosh is advising the public that the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Offices on St. Croix and St. Thomas will conduct special operating hours tomorrow from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. During this time, the bureau will only process transactions for customers who submitted their documents via

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) will host a Virtual Open House on Wednesday, June 3 to present an overview of its programs, answer questions from the public and encourage students to enroll this fall. High school seniors, parents, and anyone interested in learning about undergraduate and graduate programs

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Coral World staff provided a 30-minute guided tour of the park to children with Autism Spectrum disorders and their families in Sheffield, England. Through videoconferencing, the children and their families were able to see and learn about turtles, sharks, and dolphins and discover ways in which they

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — During a time when it has become more important than ever to have the ability to do things remotely and online, the Head Start Program today announced that they have implemented a unique, online parent portal. The online tool allows parents to create a profile and complete

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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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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Governor Albert Bryan, Sr. formally announced the “Your Energy Stimulus” (YES) program to help residents pay their Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority bills while the territory remains under a state of emergency and the community is under a stay-at-home order because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Credits

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HO CHI MINH CITY — Vietnam’s biggest listed firm Vingroup said on Friday it will produce ventilators for the Southeast Asian country’s fight against the new coronavirus. The company has entered into a licence agreement with Medtronic for its PB560 ventilator production, the company said in an emailed statement, adding

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Finding a way to spend time is rather easy to do today. There’s no need to go out to clubs or to gather a group of people together for a good time. Instead, it’s not possible to simply visit a computer, find the right online game site or entertainment location,

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GENEVA — The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Saturday that it was looking into reports of some COVID-19 patients testing positive again after initially testing negative for the disease while being considered for discharge. South Korean officials on Friday reported 91 patients thought cleared of the new coronavirus had

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BARBADOS — The United States is mobilizing all necessary resources to respond rapidly to the COVID-19 pandemic, both at home and abroad.  A total of $1.7 million will be made available to governments in the Eastern Caribbean, which will assist countries in the region to scale up their risk communication

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