Innovative is offering pre-qualified Lifeline customers up to 1.0 Mbps high-speed Internet service for $15 per month with no installation fee.

To qualify for the offer, particpants must be an Innovative Telephone customer and a certified Lifeline recipient. Discounted Internet is not a federally mandated program and bears no direct association to Lifeline.

Innovative Telephone, in conjunction with the V.I. Public Services Commission and the Federal Communications Commission, provides the Lifeline program that reduces the cost of basic wireline telephone service. Lifeline is a supported, non-transferrable, government assistance program only available to eligible consumers who meet certain income criteria and federal requirements.

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AeroMD launches air ambulance service

ST. THOMAS - AeroMD, a new air ambulance in the territory, conducted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday at the St. Thomas Jet center to launch their service.

AeroMD has two ICU-equipped jets - a Beechcraft Super King Air 200 and a Learjet 35A - that are outfitted with state-of-the-art technology and medical equipment, according to the company's website.

The planes, which are based permanently on St. Thomas, are available for emergency and non-emergency long-distance flights, and crews are available 24/7, 365 days a year.

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43 graduate from Certified Public Manager program

The first-ever class of graduates from the V.I. Certified Public Manager Program saw 43 residents of the territory achieve the designation as certified public managers.

The CPM program in the United States is a nationally recognized and accredited management development program specifically for public sector managers at all levels of government.

The local CPM graduates represent a wide range of government agencies and departments and represent both districts in the Virgin Islands.

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Seaborne, Air Eurpoa team up

Seaborne has partnered with Air Europa to connect the European carrier's daily flight between Spain and the Dominican Republic with Puerto Rico.

Seaborne and the Globalia Group airline have reached a codeshare agreement to cover the route Santo Domingo-San Juan, which will allow for daily flights to and from the islands and, as a result, the connection of both capitals with the Spain's Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport.

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