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.

UOG to offer Korean Language beginning Fall 2017

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

DOC consent decree lifted

Thursday, 13 April 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
A major milestone today, as the 26-year-old consent decree for the Department of Corrections is finally satisfied.  The news was cause for celebration for island leaders.
With two separate deaths involving water related incidents, the superintendent is asking all students to exercise extra caution while they're out enjoying the rest of their spring break.
Even with support letters and testimony from a former chief of police, Anthony Quenga was sentenced to 30 years for his involvement in the Blue House prostitution case.

Sen. San Nicolas enforces pre-existing tax law

Thursday, 13 April 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Senator Michael San Nicolas continues to introduce measures to further improve government cash flow. His latest bill to help with this goal would place tax stamps on cigarette packs.

Adelup hopes to pay tax refunds by May 31

Thursday, 13 April 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
The Calvo Administration, due to advantageous market conditions, wants to pay out $75 million in refunds from a bill to float a line of credit by the end of May.

Gov cannabis bill on pause

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Much like its conditional opposition of the military buildup, Adelup says a Federal about-face has caused them to re-think moving forward with allowing residents 21 or older to possess and grow marijuana.
For the first time, Guam's Capuchin Franciscan Order has been named as a culpable party.