Donna De Jesus

It's the middle of Senior Citizens Month, and the manåmko' at St. Dominic’s have their way of celebrating it every year.
"On behalf of the Mayors Council, I am announcing that we are shutting down not only the carnival, but the casino. We will be cleaning up the Paseo area. That’s going to be my task. People need to understand: there’s no carnival," said Guam Historical Liberation Society Executive Director Heidi Ballendorf.
Last week, construction began on what is to be a casino at this year’s Liberation Carnival grounds in Paseo, which sparked an uproar from anti-gambling groups.
Yesterday was honored as Guam Peace Officer’s Memorial Day, and 17 fallen law enforcement heroes were remembered for their sacrifices.
Northern residents may have noticed some construction underway in Yigo. That area will soon be home to a new McDonald’s restaurant.
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 18:01

Nurses can earn contact hours at GRMC

The Guam Regional Medical City has recently been certified as a Continuing Education Provider by the State of California.
Former St. Anthony Catholic School music teacher, Ray Caluag, is the latest offender named in the recent complaint.
Monday, 15 May 2017 18:03

Jeanne D’Arc training resumes

After being put on hold because of a training accident, the multinational exercise, Jeanne D’Arc, resumed on Guam last Saturday.
64-year-old Peter Marriott tampered with a power meter in his apartment, wiring it to give his unit $1,000 worth of power.
A total of five lawsuits were filed this week against the church.