The occasion for which we have gathered here today, may not be glamorous or even of immediate interest to many, but it is certainly one that can seriously and negatively impact the safety of many and the Territory at large
A lecture addressing estate planning, palliative care and issues surrounding care for persons who are terminally ill will be held on March 16.
Residents of Jost Van Dyke are said to be enjoying the many recycling benefits of a transfer station located on the island.
Residents of Jost Van Dyke are notified that the vector control team will travel to the island on February 25 and 26 to conduct house to house inspections.
A cleanup campaign has been launched in mosquito hotspot areas as efforts continue to reduce the potential impact of the Zika virus in the Territory.
The Environmental Health Division is alerting the public that fogging will resume on Monday, February 22....
Residents of the Virgin Islands are asked to remain vigilant and to support preventative measures to reduce the impact of Zika virus.
Roadside vendors and owners of food establishments are reminded that they are to be registered and licensed in order to operate within the Territory.
The Ministry of Health and Social Development is inviting the public to tune in to JTV channel 55 tonight Tuesday, February 2 at 7:30 p.m....
Residents of the Virgin Islands are urged to learn as much as they could about the ZIKA virus and measures that can be taken to reduce its transmission.