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Due to the growing trend of alcohol-related crimes, Gov. Eddie Calvo has directed the Guam Police Department to heighten their enforcement.
The expenditure is still under review from the Department of Education's Internal Audit Office. 

Fernandez, GEB determine Settlement Conf. date

Friday, 17 March 2017 Written by
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Both parties have decided on the date and time to meet with Settlement Judge Alex Munson. 
GRMC CEO Margaret Bengzon says mandating their inclusion in the GovGuam insurance plan will help patients.
 CTI claims that including the renovation of 34 other GDOE schools, the price tag for the procurement process will skyrocket well above $100 million dollars.
For many students, math is their worst subject, so to change that, the Guam Community College hosted the annual Math Kangaroo.
the hearing was held at the Guam Congress Buidling. 

GMH patients can now pay bills online

Friday, 17 March 2017 Written by
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Safe and secure online payments for hospital bills are accepted on www.billpayit.com/guammemorialhospital

Guam High School presents Bye Bye Birdie

Friday, 17 March 2017 Written by
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Guam High students will perform in their production of the satirical musical, Bye Bye Birdie, on March 17 and 18.