by Jolene Toves
Guam - The Ritidian families coalition in collaboration with Nasion Chamoru will be holding a protest at Ritidian Point tomorrow from 8am to 10am. According to Catherine McCollum they believe the lands at Ritidian were unjustly taken by the federal government and continues to be held hostage. She says her family was never justly compensated and because of that believes the land is still theirs.
McCollum adds that public rights of way from route 3a to the shoreline is being blocked by the Fish and Wildlife Refuge. McCollum says she has documentation to show that the refuge is encroaching on public domain.
Authorities responded to the scene of a serious crash after a man is hit by a car in Yigo Saturday night. It happened on the southbound lane of Marine Corps Drive around 9:18pm. Guam Fire officials say CPR was performed on the victim. No additional informMore >>