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    Joyce Titley, left, talks to tourists about her locally made dolls during the 18th Christmas on DeCastro Street, Tortola, in 2016. Read More: street123 Source: Virgin Islands Daily News
  • BVI authorities recently discovered $250 million worth of cocaine in the Balsam Ghut area of Tortola. It was a record seizure. Read More: seizure Source: Virgin Islands Daily News
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    For the last several months, Don de Wilde has been working toward getting the annual St. Croix Open tennis tournament up and running. Read More: St. Croix Open postponed due to USVI COVID-19 protocols Source: Virgin Islands Daily News
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    The Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs said it will offer a payment plan to businesses with expired licenses due to COVID-related hardship to get them current. Read More: DLCA issues 90-day moratorium on renewal of expired licenses Source: Virgin Islands Daily News
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    St. Thomas reggae artist Jabari “Jahman” Carrington has just released a new reggae single featuring the reggae legend Coco Tea. Read More: New single by V.I. reggae artist Jahman features Jamaican artist Cocoa Tea Source: Virgin Islands Daily News
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    The University of the Virgin Islands will host a unified Virtual Commencement Ceremony to commemorate degrees earned by more than 300 graduates in the Class of 2020. Read More: UVI to hold unified, virtual graduation ceremony Source: Virgin Islands Daily News
  • St. Croix Administrator Sammuel Sanes, left, and Amy Parker DeSorbo, director of events and rentals at the St. George Village Botanical Garden, with Santa at last year’s Christmas Spoken Here event. This year, because of the pandemic, Santa will instead… Read More: Breakfast with Santa Source: Virgin Islands Daily News
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    A visitor looks at the cupola reliquary (Kuppelreliquar) of the so-called “Welfenschatz” (Guelph Treasure) displayed at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin, in 2015. U.S. and British heirs of Nazi-era Jewish art dealers have sued Germany for the return… Read More: US-NEWS-SCOTUS-NAZI-ART-GET Source: Virgin Islands Daily News
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    Kevin and Peggy Gregory sail aboard their boat, Blue Skies. Kevin Gregory recently paid a $20,000 fine after being detained by British Virgin Islands authorities for sailing over the boundary with the U.S. Virgin Islands, and is warning other boaters… Read More: Blue Skies underway Source: Virgin Islands Daily News