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Op-Ed | In The Name Of Humanity

Op-Ed | In The Name Of Humanity

Virgin Islands

On any given day traveling throughout the Virgin Islands, especially in the town area, there is a noticeable sight that breaks my heart and with confidence, th
U.S. Virgin Islands, 6 days ago

Predicted: Local

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WAPA Aiming To Fix Red Brick/Water Gut Low Water Pressure Problem Before Easter Weekend

WAPA Aiming To Fix Red Brick/Water Gut Low Water Pressure Problem Before Easter Weekend

Virgin Islands

The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority told The Consortium on Monday that it was aware of low water pressure problems facing residents in the David Hamil
U.S. Virgin Islands, 7 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Op-Ed | The Case For Prison Reform In The USVI, Part 2: Change The Approach And Change Lives

Op-Ed | The Case For Prison Reform In The USVI, Part 2: Change The Approach And Change Lives

Virgin Islands

One of the highlights of my career, albeit one of the most challenging, has been the work to reform New York City’s Department of Correction (DOC) that I was
U.S. Virgin Islands, 8 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Op-Ed | The Case For Prison Reform In The USVI, Part 1: Confronting The Ugly Truth

Op-Ed | The Case For Prison Reform In The USVI, Part 1: Confronting The Ugly Truth

Virgin Islands

In February, a video released by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of a violent July 2, 2018 attack of an inmate by a correction officer at the Alexand
U.S. Virgin Islands, 9 days ago

Predicted: Local

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Selling Alcohol On Good Friday In USVI Between 9a.m. And 4p.m. Could Land Business Owners In Jail, D.L.C.A. Warns

Selling Alcohol On Good Friday In USVI Between 9a.m. And 4p.m. Could Land Business Owners In Jail, D.L.C.A. Warns

Virgin Islands

The Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs on Friday issued a release warning business owners not to sell liquor between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00
U.S. Virgin Islands, 10 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Private Sector Saves The Day After Dept. of Education’s Failure To Purchase Tickets For Theatre Students To Travel

Private Sector Saves The Day After Dept. of Education’s Failure To Purchase Tickets For Theatre Students To Travel

Virgin Islands

ST. CROIX -- AP literature and speech students attending the St. Croix Educational Complex had practiced well over a month for their participation in the Shake
U.S. Virgin Islands, 11 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Watch | Fire Engulfs St. Croix’s South Shore On Wednesday

Watch | Fire Engulfs St. Croix’s South Shore On Wednesday

Virgin Islands

Watch | Fire Engulfs St. Croix’s South Shore On Wednesday
U.S. Virgin Islands, 12 days ago

Predicted: Local

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With $30 Million In Place, Paul E. Joseph Stadium Will Continue Unhindered, Bryan Says

With $30 Million In Place, Paul E. Joseph Stadium Will Continue Unhindered, Bryan Says

Virgin Islands

ST. CROIX -- As of last week, there was $30 million available to build the long-delayed Paul E. Joseph Stadium, Governor Albert Bryan told The Consortium. He s
U.S. Virgin Islands, 13 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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USVI Ambassadors With Netfa Romain Goes International Through Syndicate Partnership

USVI Ambassadors With Netfa Romain Goes International Through Syndicate Partnership

Virgin Islands

JNR Media Solution’s flagship series, USVI Ambassadors with Netfa Romain, recently kicked off its 5th season and has now expanded its reach to additional t
U.S. Virgin Islands, 14 days ago

Predicted: Sports

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Eldra Schulterbrandt Residential Facility Reopens in St. Thomas

Eldra Schulterbrandt Residential Facility Reopens in St. Thomas

Virgin Islands

Department of Health late last week celebrated the reopening of the Eldra Schulterbrandt Residential Facility on St. Thomas. The ceremony marked the complet
U.S. Virgin Islands, 15 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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