CRAB DADDY: There will be more dining options for Guam seafood lovers soon. Signs are up for the upcoming opening of Crab Daddy, along Marine Corps Drive in Hagåtña, northbound near the Paseo de Susana loop. The opening date will be announced later. Norman M. Taruc/The Guam Daily Post Read more
United Airlines on Friday announced the continued successful implementation of its strategy that led to the company delivering two straight quarters of solid pretax margin growth - three quarters on an adjusted basis - and the highest second quarter pretax income in the airline’s history. Read more
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.
This weekend’s hike is a triple treat for hikers who love the beach, snorkeling and ocean life! We explore the southeast coastline of Guam, from Ylig Bay to Turtle Cove and finally Taga’chang Beach in Yona, providing a lot to see and lots of water fun along the way.
In a competition that requires both beauty and brains, it can become easy to forget the main purpose of winning the coveted title — to serve as an inspiration for others. But that wasn’t the case for two local teens.
Local teen Troy J. Cruz crunched 2-1/2 years of school into four months. A former George Washington High School student, Cruz enrolled in Penn Foster High, an online school, on Jan. 28, 2019. He graduated as a senior on May 30, 2019.
Since 1988, Youth for Youth Guam has aimed to help teens from all over Guam and surrounding islands to conquer teenage problems, to encourage them to be drug-free, to be fruitful members of our community, and to be better leaders for Guam’s future.
Do you know a father who taught his son how to kick a soccer ball or a military man who inspired his son to join the armed forces? With Father’s Day in a few days, teens shared how their dads became role models for them.
Illuminated against the night sky and backlit by a dazzling display of fireworks, Samoa bid "tofa soifua Pacific," its farewell to the more than 5,000 athletes from 24 countries who have spent two weeks in the country, competing at the 2019 Pacific Games.
For many years, Jacob Dowdell has seen so many of Guam’s outstanding athletes miss opportunities. Not wishing for the trend to continue, the Guam High School Panthers head football coach helped launch 67ONE Recruiting.