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CRUZ BAY — The Virgin Islands Port Authority will begin construction of a new U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) building at the Victor Sewer Marine Facility (“The Creek”) in St. John on February 1. Construction is expected to be completed by November 2019. The old building was destroyed during

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FREDERIKSTED — The Celebrity Summit cruise ship has canceled its January 18 visit to the Ann E. Abramson Marine Facility in St. Croix, the Virgin Islands Port Authority said. Celebrity has rescheduled its visit to St. Croix to January 24, according to VIPA. The amended cruise ship schedule for the

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Airline passengers are being advised to arrive at least two and a half to three hours earlier for flights departing from the Cyril E. King International Airport on St. Thomas, according to the Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA). “Entrance to the terminal may be delayed during the

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Police said they are investigating a shooting of two men near the airport that occurred on St. Thomas last week. Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA) peace officers were dispatched to an area of Lindbergh Bay beach about 10:51 p.m. on Thursday. When VIPA officers arrived they saw

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA) says it is seeking people to join “TEAM VIPA.” VIPA has posted vacancies for a harbor pilot apprentice and a property management officer on St. Thomas, and an airport custodian on St. Croix. You can apply online at www.viport.com

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – Four days before the election, Governor Kenneth Mapp announced a $27 million federal government plan to “expand and modernize the territory’s airports.” Mapp said Friday that the U.S. Economic Development Administration (USEDA) has notified the Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA) that USEDA is considering awarding $27 million

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FREDERIKSTED — A series of planned network changes at JetBlue will see it shift fleet resources from what it considers underperforming cities and accelerate its focus-city growth strategy in Boston and Fort Lauderdale, the New York-based carrier said today. JetBlue determined that St. Croix’s Henry Rohlsen Airport was one of

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Police say they recovered human remains from the waters off the North Side of St. Thomas on Sunday afternoon. The body — which was recovered near Hull Bay beach about 3:30 Sunday — could not be identified by gender, age or identification on the victim due to

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Albert Bryan, Jr., as the commissioner of the Virgin Islands Department of Labor was sanctioned by its federal counterpart for failing to meet certain minimum agreed-to standards of performance, the Virgin Islands Free Press has learned. A series of letters obtained exclusively by the

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[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Members of the Committee on Homeland Security, Justice and Public Safety, chaired by Sen. Brian Smith, held a meeting at the Capitol Building to receive testimony on preparedness for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season from officials of the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency

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