Coral Bay & CBCC in the News

Media Archive

“Education seeks input on rebuilding schools.” Photo of CBCC President & Executive Director Sharon Coldren.
By: Andrea Milam – October 18, 2019
http://www.virginislandsdailynews.com/news/education-seeks-input-on-rebuilding-schools/article_99f6dc85-4b16-5192-a826-3ad813614fa1.html
“Navy Headed to St. John to Remove Wrecked Boats from Park Waters” and more from the July St. John Long Term Recovery Team Meeting
By: Amy Roberts – July 29, 2018
//stjohnsource.com/2018/07/29/navy-headed-to-st-john-to-remove-wrecked-boats-from-park-waters/
Coral Bay Survey Finds Two Thirds of Respondents Feel Unprepared for 2018 Storm Season
By: David Knight, Jr. – June 19, 2018
//www.stjohntradewinds.com/coral-bay-survey-finds-two-thirds-of-respondents-feel-unprepared-for-2018-storm-season/
Dynamic Dancers Represent V.I. in Stateside Recital
St. John Source, June 19, 2018
Featuring CBCC Board Member Pat Richards
//stjohnsource.com/2018/06/19/dynamic-dancers-represent-v-i-in-stateside-recital/
A Virgin Islands National Park Struggles To Recover From Hurricanes
by NPR – Greg Allen – Weekend Edition – Saturday, June 2, 2018
//www.npr.org/2018/06/02/616392673/a-virgin-islands-national-park-struggles-to-recover-from-hurricanes
Virgin Islands Still Recovering From 2017 Hurricanes As New Season Begins
by NPR – Greg Allen – All Things Considered – Saturday, June 2, 2018
//www.npr.org/2018/06/02/615309394/virgin-islands-still-recovering-from-2017-hurricanes-as-new-season-begins
Coral Bay Yacht Club Contest Awards 11 Scholarships Totaling $5,000
St. John Source, May 31, 2018
//stjohnsource.com/2018/05/31/coral-bay-yacht-club-contest-awards-11-scholarships-totaling-5000/
Islands Adrift: Trump politics hinder USVI climate change prep
by Freeman Rogers, April 29, 2018
//bvibeacon.com/islands-adrift-trump-politics-hinder-usvi-climate-change-prep/
Islands Adrift: As climate warms, Caribbean ill-prepared
by Freeman Rogers, Omaya Sosa Pascual and Emmanuel Estrada López, April 20, 2018
//bvibeacon.com/islands-adrift-as-climate-warms-caribbean-ill-prepared/