Northern residents may have noticed some construction underway in Yigo. That area will soon be home to a new McDonald’s restaurant.

Nurses can earn contact hours at GRMC

Tuesday, 16 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
The Guam Regional Medical City has recently been certified as a Continuing Education Provider by the State of California.
There is no tsunami threat.
Former St. Anthony Catholic School music teacher, Ray Caluag, is the latest offender named in the recent complaint.
 “In spite of all the non-compliance, the GLUC continues to accommodate this developer as if they were the last resort (pun intended)," -Adrian Gogue 
The missile has the capability of reaching Guam.
GFD is now looking into the way the recycling center stacked their debris and whether it contributed to the spread of the fire.
The US Navy's Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit will detonate a total of 5 lbs. of explosives beneath the water's surface on a sandy bottom.

Jeanne D’Arc training resumes

Monday, 15 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
After being put on hold because of a training accident, the multinational exercise, Jeanne D’Arc, resumed on Guam last Saturday.
64-year-old Peter Marriott tampered with a power meter in his apartment, wiring it to give his unit $1,000 worth of power.