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Due to construction activity on Kronprindsens Gade, the northern entrance of the Department of Finance on lower Main Street will be closed until further notice.
The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority will commence work on the splicing of a new fiber optic cable along the route of St. Croix underground Feeder No. 8 on Saturday, March 1.
Education will be changing from traditional paper testing to online assessments and is reaching out to the public and parents for their support. The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) will eventually replace the old VITAL-S with more modern and interactive exams.
Inspectors with the Virgin Islands Weights and Measures Unit at the Virgin Islands Department of Licensing and Consumer (DLCA) now have portable analyzers that will allow them to perform field tests of the octane rating of gasoline being sold across the territory.
Sen. Clarence Payne announces the resumption of regular weekly office hours at his St. John Legislative Office beginning on Wednesday, Feb. 26.
Lt. Gov. Gregory R. Francis reminds Virgin Islands veterans that they are eligible for reduced fares when traveling to Puerto Rico for medical purposes.
Residents who are holding a senior citizen’s ID card are advised that taxi drivers are not obligated to grant any discount on taxi fares.
Recent continuous seismic activity in Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands has kindled public awareness about earthquake preparedness; therefore, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) urges residents to become “earthquake prepared” by seeking inform
Retirees should contact the Division of Personnel - Group Health Insurance Office with any questions pertaining to their health insurance deduction because all deduction amounts are sent to the GERS from Personnel.