Yigo mayor tours Sanchez High
Yigo mayor Rudy Matanane went on a tour of Simon Sanchez High School Wednesday to review the campus facilities in light of the latest procurement protest filed by CoreTech International. Numerous protests have delayed the repair of the campus in the island's northernmost village for several years.
20 September 2017, 11:22 pm
Adult Day Care Center may close at end of September
Hundreds of elderly are worried after receiving notice on Wednesday that adult day care services will be suspended at the end of the month. However the Division of Senior Citizens assures the community that work to extend these services is underway.
20 September 2017, 11:06 pm
Bank of Guam hosts annual small business forum
The Bank of Guam hosts its Second Annual Small Business Forum, designed to help out the up-and-coming entrepreneur. The various panel discussions featured established business executives dispensing practical advice on common issues they've faced.
20 September 2017, 10:53 pm
GHRA addresses impacts of losing Delta's business
The Delta airlines pull-out from the Guam market also affecting the local hotel industry. Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association president Mary Rhodes briefed members on the move during a quarterly meeting Thursday.
20 September 2017, 10:44 pm
Fired from DOC, Benjamin Urquizu pleads his case to CSC
A fired Department of Corrections officer who was working the day detainee Meno was attacked is back before the Civil Service Commission this evening. Benjamin Urquizu was the only corrections officer terminated following the internal affair investigation into the brutal beating.
20 September 2017, 10:38 pm
Couple arrested for using stolen credit card, drugs
They allegedly used someone else credit card charging more than $660 for a hotel room and room service at the Pacific Star Hotel in Tumon. Now, the pair are under arrest. 32 year old Rosanna Francine Fernandez and 30 year old Eli Charfauros Quintanilla are charged with fraudulent use of a credit car
20 September 2017, 10:37 pm
Mistrial likely for Smith-Wong case
A mistrial is likely in the case against former GHURA legal counsel Mark Smith and co-defendant Glenn Wong. This according to the court on Thursday morning following lengthy arguments by both parties. As reported, both the government and defense filed motions for mistrial earlier this we
20 September 2017, 6:55 pm