Agana Shopping Center and Micronesia Mall center courts will be accepting tax returns without payments tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Governor Eddie Calvo’s Second Chance Initiative has already led to him pardoning two men.
The republic of Singapore Air Force, in the midst of its first deployment of F-16s to Guam, will be training in the Northern Marianas next week.
The three day event is designed to give FBI special agent bomb technicians hands-on understanding of the hazards posed by improvised explosives.
The Office of Public Accountability is commending the Guam Power Authority for achieving low-risk auditee status, however, the OPA notes that GPA closed FY16 with a net loss of $7 million.
A release from the Governor’s office says staff from the Department of Revenue and Taxation will be at the center courts of the Micronesia Mall and Agana Shopping Center next Monday and Tuesday.
A CNMI-based concert promoter has filed a civil suit against two U.S. entertainment agents who allegedly conned him out of money he intended for English reggae band UB40 to perform in Guam and Saipan.
As a World War II survivor, Concepcion had to drop out of school at a very young age, undergoing the forced march from Yona to the north during the Japanese occupation.
Of all the modern languages offered at the University of Guam, Korean was not in the catalog until now.

GAIN opens new, low-cost spay and neuter clinic

Friday, 14 April 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Guam Animals In Need, a nonprofit animal shelter, introduces new spay and neuter clinic.