When the government of Guam faces a funding shortfall, it looks to all of the island's taxpayers to cover for it – whether it's through tax increases, fee increases and sometimes shorter government hours, and a cutback in services. Read more
We emerge into a new era of leadership. Progressive ideals have swept over our nation in a blue wave. Democrats have taken the House, the next Guam Legislature has a female majority and our new governor, Lou Leon Guerrero, has long championed women's rights and a fiscally responsible government. Read more
A fresh look and all-new menus at two Guam Reef & Olive Spa Resort restaurants give guests and Guam residents alike a new take on fast-casual fusion dining, combining the best of Asian and European cuisines with the fun, laidback atmosphere of Tumon Bay.
From friends struggling with their careers, love and AIDS, and a mysterious soldier's haunting homecoming, to a Disney princess' match with destiny and fairy fun with lost lovers in an enchanted forest – a lot's happening in Guam's growing theater scene.
This weekend we hike up to the second-highest peak in Guam, Mount Jumullong Manglo, for an outstanding 360-degree view of Guam, a couple of religious sites, and, hopefully, one of the island’s “only-on-Guam” sunsets.
Bank of Guam interim President and CEO Joaquin Cook recently traveled to Saipan to meet with the bank’s Saipan team, see the aftermath of Supertyphoon Yutu, and donate $100,000 to benefit the community. Read more
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