The Division of Environmental Quality has red-flagged the Tanapag Meeting Hall and Garapan Fishing Dock and is advising the public not to fish or swim within 300 feet of these locations for the next 48 hours or until otherwise notified.
Guam assistant attorney general Benjamin M. Abrams testified yesterday as an expert witness for businesswoman Jung Ja Kim in her racketeering lawsuit filed in federal court against attorney Ramon K. Quichocho, his wife, and his law firm.
Senators confirmed yesterday two of Gov. Eloy S. Inos’ appointees to the soon-to-be revived Commonwealth Utilities Corp. board of directors as well as one governor’s appointee to the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. board of trustees. The Senate also passed a total of 11 bills,...
Acting governor Jude U. Hofschneider announced yesterday the release of over $110,000 in partial retroactive salary payments to 125 former and current Tinian government employees on Valentine’s Day, in time for the popular 10th Tinian Hot Pepper Festival the following day.