The parties had until noon Wednesday to inform the court whether they would agree to a settlement conference.

Calvo comments on vacant U.S. Attorney position

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 Written by Timothy Mchenry
Published in Guam News
Former U.S. Attorney Alicia Limtiaco, who served Guam and the CNMI, resigned earlier this week after a public callout by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Kamalen Karidat Thrift Store serves community one last time

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 Written by Rebecca Elmore
Published in Guam News
Help a local non-profit while receiving a bin full of goods --for free. Deacon Frank Tenorio is asking the community to stop by Kamalen Karidat Thrift Store and help yourself to a bin full of free stuff before they close.  
The $100M RFP to renovate Simon Sanchez High school could move forward tomorrow. It all depends on the next move of CoreTech International. 

GTA grants Make-A-Wish recipient's wishes

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Dylan Leon Guerro is now the owner of a brand new Samsung Galaxy 7. Part of his wish included a shopping spree, a new phone, accessories, and a year's worth of wireless service.

Gov assembles task force to combat illegal dumping

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
"Basta y Basula" is the moniker for the new task force sanctioned by Governor Eddie Calvo to clean up our island and combat illegal dumping. 

GHURA and CoreTech to build more affordable homes

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
GHURA and CoreTech International have teamed up to build Summer Town Estates III in Dededo by 2019.

Lawmakers honor Women's History Month

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Female senators and Education Chairman Senator Joe San Agustin presented influential women's organizations with a proclamation in honor of Women's History Month. 
Beginning May 1, Rev and Tax will be requiring a mayor's verification, social security card, and birth certificate for driver's license renewal.

Calvo pushes for part-time legislature

Tuesday, 14 March 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
It was first brought up by Senator Fernando Esteves yesterday evening and now the idea of a part-time Guam legislature has caught the attention of Governor Eddie Calvo who told members of the press that he is fed up with the "political pandering" of the current legislative body.