GovGuam owes $225K in trash collection fees

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 Written by
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Federal Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood is ordering the Attorney General's Office and the Department of Administration to work on reducing that debt.

Guam Museum hosts GATE Theater musical

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 Written by Donna De Jesus
Published in Guam News
"A Journey of Musical Magic" begins Thursday night and runs through Sunday afternoon.

Pay raise repeal override succeeds

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 Written by
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Senators will make $55,303 annually, the Speaker will make $60,850, the Governor will make $90,000 and the Lt. Governor will make $85,000.
Today Senators placed several bills in the third reading file including Senator Frank Aguon Jr.'s bill 37 which would use business privilege and excise tax credits to fund the rehabilitation and improvement of the Harmon industrial park roadway.

Latest sex abuse victim: "I forgive you"

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 Written by
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Francis Charfauros says it was the testimony of Roy Quintanilla, who says the late Father Jack Niland ignored his cry for help when Quintanilla was sexually abused, that gave him the courage to finally share his story.

Core Tech/DPW await appeal decision from OPA

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 Written by
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“We have to remind ourselves that the procurement process is still ongoing," DPW's Deputy Director Felix Benavente 
“I have faith in the process, and in the end I feel that I'll be vindicated. But at this point, I have no comment,” Espaldon said.
The sweep consisted of a three hour long search starting with a one hour lock down at 8:30 this morning.
An unannounced inspection of the casino construction site at the Paseo de Susana Park in Hagåtña was conducted, and workers were discovered with "questionable immigration status."
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