RESOLUTION: Sen. Telena Nelson presents a legislative resolution to the partners involved in the establishment of Home Ventures Realty on Tuesday to recognize the new business' grand opening of its Tamuning office. From left, CJ Sachdev, Jhoy Navarro, Clare Delgado, Nelson, Noli Villaverde a… Read more
A group of young business professionals was announced as Guam Business Magazine’s “40 Under Forty” on Sept. 13. The list recognizes some of the most innovative and influential businesspeople in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands under the age of 40, according to Guam Business Magazine. Read more
Battered bunkers secluded by a seaside hill, a trio of Japanese war guns haunting a mahogany forest and the perfect picnic spot serenely surrounded by nature and nothing else. What could make for a better weekend than a double dose of history and a shot of tranquility?
This weekend we find ourselves in the jungles of central Guam, venturing deep into a valley sitting behind Nimitz Hill in Asan, en route to a century-old water dam built to provide a source of fresh water for the village of Hagåtña during the early American era of the island.
Imagine what Guam must have looked like thousands of years ago. Before the island's native CHamoru population met colonizer after colonizer, which was followed by the mixing of family lines and the introduction of different plant and animal species.
The hike to Fouha Bay and Rock is a sacred pilgrimage to ancient hallowed grounds that nurture your natural spirit and shed light on history. While the trek is short and relatively easy, the hike's sheer spirituality is worth the walk.
An influential student at Columbia University, Dylan Geick is the epitome of a phenomenal individual. Known for his proficiency in wrestling, the 20-year-old became a two-time All-American high school wrestler, a three-time member of the Illinois Freestyle national team and placed fourth in …
INTERNSHIP: Ten interns graduated from the 2019 summer cohort of the Public Policy Institute on Aug. 13 in the Guam Congress Building in Hagåtña. The interns gained hands-on experience in policymaking as they worked in the offices of senators in the 35th Guam Legislature. Each intern had the…
Traveling solo, surfing and getting lost in a mountain with no phone and wallet in Tokyo, where people don’t speak English, sounds dreadful. However, the terrifying story of Traveling Petite Girl does not stop there.
Disney updates the household favorite "The Lion King" with a live-action rendition. A roaring success, the 1994 classic cartoon film holds nostalgic value in the hearts of many who were young at that time.
George Washington High junior Terrance Johnson has the Independent Interscholastic Athletic Association of Guam High School Cross-Country League on notice after another blazing run at George Washington High School on Monday.
The ground game was in full effect for the Windward Hills Memorial Hal’s Angels as they cruised to a 27-6 victory over the Faha Outlaws in the Triple J Guam National Youth Football Federation’s Manha Division matchup Saturday morning at Hal Shiroma Football Field in Dededo.