Puerto Ricans Who Lost Their Jobs After Hurricane Maria Can Get $3,000 – What About People In The USVI?
SAN JUAN — Puerto Ricans who lost their jobs after hurricanes Maria and Irma can start applying for disaster unemployment assistance after the U.S. doubled the 26 weeks of benefits, officials announced today. The National Employment Law Project estimates that more 10,000 Puerto Ricans are eligible and that lump-sum payments
[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] WASILLA — Wasilla High School in Alaska opens the 2018 4A boys state tournament against East Anchorage on Thursday morning. It’s an expected return for a veteran-laden Wasilla program that finished as the 2017 runner-up in Alaska high school basketball. But for one member of
Bull And Bread Day Canceled For The First Time In 30 Years … Event Celebrating The Life Of D. Hamilton Jackson Hopes To Come Back Next Year
FREDERIKSTED — For the first time at least 30 years, Bull and Bread Day has been canceled. The annual Liberty Day celebration and feast in Grove Place that celebrates the life and legacy of D. Hamilton Jackson will have to go on next year thanks to Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
Indie Pop Duo Wild Belle Drops Single Called ‘Hurricane’ To Benefit Disaster Victims In Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico
[ad name=”HTML-68″] Indie pop duo Wild Belle comprised of siblings Elliot and Natalie Bergman, has released an impromptu single titled “Hurricane” Friday (Oct. 20). Although the song compares a lover to a natural disaster, with the recent destruction from Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria, the pair decided to make their song count: