The officers will now have 20 days to appeal their adverse action.

Liberation Carnival Director resigns

Friday, 19 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Less than 24 hours after the executive director of the Liberation Carnival organizers made an announcement that there would be no carnival this year, Heidi Ballendorf resigned.
Insufficient water pressure and forgone lease agreement changes are the two primary causes for delays. 

Public Health seeks $68.2M for FY18 budget

Friday, 19 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Issues such as staffing shortages continue to plague DPHSS.
Chaz Muna was charged with third degree criminal sexual conduct as a second degree felony.
American Honda is expecting to make over 2,800 repairs on Guam and only about 30 to 40 repairs have been made thus far.
Eight non-profit organizations were awarded grants by TakeCare Foundation to support community projects.
It's the middle of Senior Citizens Month, and the manåmko' at St. Dominic’s have their way of celebrating it every year.
"Our newsmakers better be ready, because anything they say can be used -- in favor or against them,” says Frank Ishizaki. 
"On behalf of the Mayors Council, I am announcing that we are shutting down not only the carnival, but the casino. We will be cleaning up the Paseo area. That’s going to be my task. People need to understand: there’s no carnival," said Guam Historical Liberation Society Executive Director Heidi Ballendorf.