CHRISTIANSTED — During his weekly press briefing on Monday, Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. stressed the need for residents to refrain from moving about the islands as the territory enters the critical second week of its “Stay at Home” phase. While he announced some adjustments in easing some of the current
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Attorney General Denise George advised residents of scams circulating in our community using fraudulent checks and money orders. The Virgin Island Police Department’s Economic Crime Unit in St. Thomas and St. Croix have reported an increase in counterfeit checks and money order cases in the last several
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Office of Disaster Recovery announces the obligation of $5.7 million to the Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority to repair sewer lines in the Garden Street, Savan, and Moravian Guts on St. Thomas. The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Public Assistance Program funds will be used to restore approximately
CHARLOTTE AMALIE – The Virgin Islands Department of Human Services (DHS) is notifying on-going Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) & Cash Assistance (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), Aid to the Aged, Blind and Disabled (AABD) Households, due to re-certify in the month of August 2020, that their certification period
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Public Finance Authority announced that it received notice that Moody’s Investor Service has upgraded the tobacco settlement revenue non-liquid bonds of the Virgin Islands Tobacco Settlement Financing Corporation. The Series 2001 Bonds were upgraded from A3 to A1. The upgrade action isprimarily driven by
CHRISTIANSTED — After experiencing very heavy rainfall in a short period of time due to the passing of Tropical Storm Laura, the storm water handling pumps at the Limetree Bay Refinery failed early this morning, the South Shore refinery said in a prepared statement. This resulted in an overflow from
FARIBAULT, Minnesota — Normally when a product recall is announced due to undeclared ingredients, it’s something simple, like the company forgetting to put onions or garlic on its ingredients label. A new recall from Faribault Foods, Inc., which produces the popular Progresso line of soups, is a little bit different.
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Popular Community Bank announced today that due to the passing of the Tropical Storm Laura all its branches and corporate buildings will be closed today. TeleBanco Popular and the ATMs will continue to operate on its regular schedule, as electricity and telecommunications services make this possible. All
CHRISTIANSTED — The VIPD Traffic Investigation Bureau is advising the motoring public that on Monday and Tuesday, August 24 and 25, V.I. Paving will be performing road paving at the Sion Farm Intersection on the Queen Mary Highway. The roadwork is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Families First Coronavirus Response Act includes a benefit called Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) for children who received free or reduced-price school meals in the 2019-2020 school year, but their school is or was closed during a public health emergency. “The Department of Human Services (DHS) apologizes for the delay in the