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CHRISTIANSTED — During the weekly press briefing at Government House on St. Croix on Monday, Communications Director Richard Motta Jr. set out the guidelines and restrictions governing the reopening of bars and nightclubs in the territory, as set forth in Governor Albert Bryan Jr.’s 19th Supplemental Executive Order.  “We have introduced a phased

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Human Services (DHS) and the University of the Virgin Islands’ Caribbean Exploratory Research Center (UVI CERC) announced that they are winding down the federally funded, one-year project “Road to Success.” The early child care and education program will end with a series of virtual

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CRUZ BAY — The St. John community will never know definitively who the primary killer was in the high-profile murder case of Pennsylvania native Jamie Cockayne. That’s because his convicted murderer, 32-year-old Jahlil Ward of Gifft Hill, who wanted to testify against one of his two convicted accomplices, was shot

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Some 22 of the 43 Americas Boxing Confederation (AMBC) countries will be unable to vote in amateur boxing’s governing body, AIBA’s Congress scheduled for December 12 to 13. Including at least 10 Caribbean countries or territories — the U.S. Virgin Islands is one of the banned. Those

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CHRISTIANSTED — In response to rumors and misinformation about the reopening of bars and nightclubs, as well as the guidelines and restrictions pertaining to restaurant operations, Government House is clarifying those guidelines and restrictions as outlined in Governor Albert Bryan Jr.’s 19th Supplemental Executive Order. The 19th Supplemental Executive Order,

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — RED RIBBON WEEK, which is celebrated annually October 23-31, is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program.  Red Ribbon Week was started after the death of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who in 1985 was brutally tortured and murdered by drug traffickers he was

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — On November 8th and 11th, the Virgin Islands will join the nation in honoring the service of military members across the nation as a part of its annual Veterans Day celebrations. The following Virgin Islanders, have been selected as honorees for theirselfless service in their respective districts:

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Department of Education has announced the top five teachers in each school district for 2021. One teacher from each of the two school districts will be named “Teacher of the Year” at a virtual recognition ceremony streamed live on the department’s Facebook page. The

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CHRISTIANSTED — During the Government House weekly COVID-19 press briefing, Governor Albert Bryan Jr. said the reopening of the territory’s bars and nightclubs — which becomes effective on Monday, November 9 — is the next step in relaxing existing restrictions and finding ways to move forward during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  Education

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Public Works said it congratulates all newly-elected and re-elected candidates of the 2020 political season. But the department also wanted to put candidates on notice that “all political signs must be removed within 15 calendar days of the election or by November 18.” Public Works

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