Julius Santos

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Legislature passes 8 bills and confirms 24 nominees

Guam - Lawmakers passed 8 bills and one resolution The body also unanimously confirmed 24 nominees during Thursday's session. Here is the breakdown of bills...

Senators take the Håfa Adai pledge

Guam - The senators of the 35th Guam Legislature took the Håfa Adai pledge on Friday to further their commitment to serving the island...

Economic forum emphasizes ‘business for good’

Guam - Business for good is good for business. This was the theme at Thursday's Bank of Guam Economic Outlook Forum. Global economic impacts on...

Adelup welcomes OPA’s plan to audit transition expenses

Guam - The Office of Public Accountability plans to audit the administration's transition expenditures. According to the OPA,  the preliminary objective of the audit...

Solid waste receivership about to end, administration focuses on next plans

Guam - After eleven-years under a federal receivership, the Government of Guam will finally oversee the day-to-day operations of Guam’s solid waste management services...

Report: 1,435 tax filings for 2018 processed so far

Guam - As of March, the administration has processed around 1,435 filings for tax year 2018, according to the latest income tax report from...

Latest News

Zero positive out of 77 tested...

The Department of Public Health and Social Services (DPHSS) tested 77 individuals for COVID-19...

Lawmakers tackle competing double pay bills...

Only a few people testified in person at Friday morning’s public hearing on Sen....

A cautious first day of reopening...

It seemed like a cautious start for the re-opening of dine-in services on May...

Java Junction coffee shop in Agana...

While GovGuam workers are assured of their pay and some private businesses like restaurants...
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Popular Articles

Zero positive out of 77 tested...

The Department of Public Health and Social Services (DPHSS) tested 77 individuals for COVID-19...

Lawmakers tackle competing double pay bills...

Only a few people testified in person at Friday morning’s public hearing on Sen....

A cautious first day of reopening...

It seemed like a cautious start for the re-opening of dine-in services on May...

Java Junction coffee shop in Agana...

While GovGuam workers are assured of their pay and some private businesses like restaurants...

Chuck E. Cheese may never reopen...

Chuck E. Cheese on Guam may never reopen after the COVID-19 crisis. "We're not sure...