St. Thomas and Virgin Islands News

Bryan to Move Territory to Safer-at-Home Level on Tuesday

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. announced Saturday that he expects to issue an executive order moving the territory to the Safer-at-Home phase of its COVID-19 reopening strategy on Tuesday, including allowing dining in at restaurants, but the Stay-at-Home order remains in effect through Labor Day.

CDC Issues Order Halting Rent Evictions for States and Territories Through Dec. 31

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday issued a sweeping order which halts through December 31 millions of residential renters from being evicted, a move the CDC says is aimed at combating the novel coronavirus. The expansive action covers all of the U.S.'s 43 million renters who fall in the purview of the order.

Governor Considering New COVID-19 Restrictions to be Announced Monday

The government is considering new COVID-19 restrictions to take effect on Monday as officials struggle to get community spread of the virus under control amid the territory’s second Stay at Home order since March.

In Deal Set to Affect Generations of Virgin Islanders, Fate of Bill Giving Up Territory's Decades-Old Funding Reserve Will Be Determined Today

What was first sold as a bill that would utilize a special purpose vehicle unspoiled by the V.I.

The State of the Territory: Bryan Extols Successes of His First Year, Proclaims Territory on the Right Track

In the two hours between the interminable introductions of Virgin Islands’ political power players and his parting words, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr.