Virgin Islands Soccer Organization Chief Might Bow Out Of Bid For CFU President
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    HILLAREN FREDERICK CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Hillaren Frederick, the president of the Virgin Islands soccer organization and one of three candidates for the presidency of the Caribbean Football Union is considering stepping aside to allow incumbent Gordon Derrick a free pass. The Antiguan is facing a strong challenge from

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Two People Injured By Glass After Vehicle Is Struck By Gunfire Near Lionel Roberts Stadium
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Lionel Roberts Stadium on St. Thomas CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Two people gave statements to police at the hospital that they had been injured by gunfire when bullets struck the vehicle they were driving near Lionel Roberts Stadium late on Wednesday night. The Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) said it went

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Man Allegedly Shown On Bar's Video Surveillance Stealing Liquor Arrested By Police
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ARRESTED: Marty Glover on St. Thomas CHARLOTTE AMALIE  — The owner of the Boogie Woogie Bar told police that his St. Thomas business had been burglarized in Estate Nadir. The 911 Emergency Call Center received the report of the burglary about 11 a.m. on Friday, according to the Virgin Islands

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Team USA Routs Virgin Islands U18 Basketball Squad 107-63
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VALDIVIA, Chile — Texas incoming freshman Jarrett Allen scored seven points to go along with a team-high 10 rebounds as Team USA defeated the Virgin Islands 107-63 at the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Valdivia, Chile on Wednesday. Allen also had four assists, a block and a steal in his start

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Tim Duncan Files Lawsuit Against Real Estate Firm For Using His Image Without Permission
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FILED SUIT: TIM DUNCAN SAN ANTONIO — Just four days after the his retirement announcement nearly broke the Internet, St. Croix’s Tim Duncan filed a lawsuit against two Texas real estate agents and the firm they work with saying they used his image without permission. Duncan, who hung up his

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Giant Telescopes In St. Croix and Puerto Rico Threatened By Budget Cutbacks
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    Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico ARECIBO, Puerto Rico –  The world’s largest single-dish radio telescope is nestled deep in the lush green hills of Puerto Rico, where it performs tasks like searching for gravitational waves, listening for extraterrestrial signals and tracking asteroids that might be on a collision

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Homeland Security Conference Designates The V.I. As A 'Fusion Center'
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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — At the opening of a two day Caribbean Homeland Security Conference and Training Event, Gov. Kenneth Mapp said he’d like to see more of a focus on being able to secure borders in the territory and Puerto Rico. Addressing an audience that included U.S. Department of Homeland Security

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Travel + Leisure Ranks Virgin Gorda #1 ... St. John #5 In Annual Survey Of Caribbean Islands
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                     Maho Bay in St. John NEW YORK — Two of our Virgin Islands rank high in an annual survey conducted by Travel + Leisure magazine. Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands ranked No. 1 in a survey of the best

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Cave Paintings Show How Europeans Tried To Communicate With Native Caribbean Peoples
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Depiction of a turtle in Mona Island cave. SAN JUAN — A project led by archaeologists from the British Museum and the University of Leicester has discovered remarkable evidence which shows how the first generations of Europeans to arrive in the Americas engaged with indigenous peoples and their spiritual beliefs

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Dutch Caribbean Coast Guard Seizes 120 Kilos Of Cocaine Off Of Sint Maarten ... Three Men Detained
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PHILIPSBURG — The Dutch Caribbean Coast Guard said it seized 120 kilos of cocaine and detained three men from a go-fast boat off the coast of Sint Maarten late on Friday night. The Coast Guard said a small boat was traveling at a high rate of speed with no lights

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