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Guam teams got taken down a notch at the two Far East Basketball Tournaments for Division I yesterday. Though all Guam teams have now been eliminated from contention, three girls' teams and two boys' squads are still alive for third place. The
Small Business Administration designated Coast360 Federal Credit Union a preferred lender in Guam. Pictured, from left: Jane Ray, business relationship officer; Lito Gatuz, chief credit officer; Richard Northey, chief executive officer; Ken Lujan,
The Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority could be holding a lottery for applicants to the Section 8 program next year. Section 8 vouchers during open enrollment for the program. "We probably only do about 150 to 200 a year, that's the average of
The following potential candidates are listed as taking 2014 Election Candidate's Packets as of Feb. 13. The names are listed in order of the date the candidate picked up a packet. Mary Camacho Torres, senator Wil Castro, senator Adolpho B.
Students and staff from two of the island's public schools were evacuated yesterday morning following separate emergencies. The schools both will reopen today, according to education officials. Around 8 a.m. yesterday, students at Southern High
Residents who filed their 2013 tax returns or corrected previous years' tax returns as of Jan. 30 might see a tax refund check tomorrow. The governor's office last night announced that 2,773 tax refund checks, representing about $10 million, were
Close to 1,400 students from the central part of Guam will move to a new central high school in Tiyan next year. At its meeting last night, the Guam Education Board unanimously approved the Department of Education's plan to reassign attendance areas,
While growing up, Jestin Paulino Escobar would watch his uncle play soccer and always wanted to emulate him. Division I Niagara University Purple Eagles as well as a member of the Matao, Guam's men's national soccer team, which is currently ranked No.
Bobadilla and Almoite, OHS, 8-3 Girls' results Guam High 29, Okkodo 9 No...The Guam High Panthers were dispirited with their finish in the Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam Tennis League last season, so much so that current
The local commercial port is hoping to kickstart the largest and final phase of its modernization project with the expansion of its container yard. Joanne Brown, Port Authority of Guam general manager, said the Port is looking to award a $22 million