For many students, math is their worst subject, so to change that, the Guam Community College hosted the annual Math Kangaroo.

"CHamoru must stand up, ga'chong" -Island leaders challenge local lawmakers

Friday, 17 March 2017 Written by Timothy Mchenry
Published in Guam News
the hearing was held at the Guam Congress Buidling. 

GMH patients can now pay bills online

Friday, 17 March 2017 Written by Donna De Jesus
Published in Guam News
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 Donna De Jesus
Published in Guam News
Guam High students will perform in their production of the satirical musical, Bye Bye Birdie, on March 17 and 18.
"Core Tech has no choice but to appeal DPW’s decision. DPW’s actions have caused further delays and would cost the people of Guam tens of millions of dollars for services the Legislature did not authorize." 
"From listening to many of you I realize that a number of factors have contributed toward the divisions," Byrnes said in his pastoral letter.
"$60,000 was the max for the fiscal year and with everything that's been going on with the financial conditions that we're facing with the department, we want to make sure that anything that the board is dealing with that we ensure funding for it," Mark Mendiola explained. 
William Payne says he was a student at Father Duenas Memorial School and only 15 years old when it happened.

Bordallo attempts to amend Organic Act to tackle pay raise bills

Thursday, 16 March 2017 Written by Timothy Mchenry
Published in Guam News
Congresswoman Bordallo issued a statement responding to Gov. Calvo's criticism. You can read that below. 

Real estate prices increase due to H-2B visa denials

Thursday, 16 March 2017 Written by Donna De Jesus
Published in Guam News
The Guam Association of Realtors will visit Washington D.C. in May to meet with legislators on the H-2B crisis.