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Solomon Carson, who will turn 100 in August, has fond memories of his World War II days, calling it luck that he ended up landing a danger-free job in the Pacific Theater. Born in Philadelphia, he was drafted into the Army Air Force in January 1942
The defending singles champions in the Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam Tennis League Islandwide Tournament both returned to the finals, but they'll face different opponents...Kennedy Islanders, the 2013 champion and MVP, will
Guam Shipyard's fifth straight win in the Bud Light Women's Soccer League catapulted the team to first place as it moves into the second half of the spring season beginning Sunday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center. Shipyard, a
About 300 airmen and B-52 aircraft from Minot Air Force Base, in North Dakota, are expected to arrive on Guam this week for a routine deployment of about six months. Their arrival is part of a continuing and rotational bomber presence that started 10
Three men, one of whom is a suspect in the Bank of Guam robbery, appeared in court yesterday on accusations that they stole guns and ammunition from a Yigo residence. Joshua Pangelinan Tedtaotao, Jathan Pangelinan Tedtaotao and Antonio Quitugua were
A former suspect in the Crown Bakery rape and identity theft case has been charged again in the case. Corina Lynn Blas made her first appearance in court since she was indicted in the case in January. Magistrate Judge Alberto Tolentino yesterday
The Government of Guam Retirement Fund's long-term cash shortfall, or "unfunded liability," decreased from $1.6 billion to $1.5 billion in fiscal 2013 compared to a year earlier, an audit report released yesterday states. The Fund closed fiscal 2013
Keeping a family tradition alive Taylor Julien, 20, walked out of Mass with a sign of the cross drawn on her forehead using ashes. "It's a tradition. I was raised Catholic and even with a busy life I try to tend to my religious side," Julien said.
Gov. Eddie Calvo's family is among landowners whose property was used for the landfill, so he assigned decisions related to the landfill issue to Lt. Gov Ray Tenorio, federal court documents state. Owners: Oxford Properties, a Hong Kong Corporation;
A man accused of killing a toddler asked to be released from jail until his trial, but a judge yesterday denied the request. John Jesse Castro faces charges including aggravated murder in connection with the January death of a 23-month-old Yigo girl.