After months of discussion even getting feedback from village meetings, the recommendations are finally here.
Among the cuts proposed, Joey San Nicolas says the elimination of his department's incentive pay and non-productive pay was recommended by past fire chiefs.
After numerous complaints from employees about hearing the sound of loud popping from within the walls of the former Pedro's Plaza, the Office of the Attorney General is seeking an assessment on the structural integrity of the decades-old Hagatna building.
Yesterday there were 106 operational school busses. As of today, that number is back up to 108.
Approximately 80 employees who have been working for Chugach and working at the Navy's Childcare and Recreational Facilities could be jobless come October 1.
Anna Sterling was riding her Harley Davidson along the Agat coast around 5pm Monday when she was unexpectedly hit by an alleged drunk driver.
While DOE superintendent Jon Fernandez receives congratulations for garnering additional funding, there are bitter feelings on the Department of Public Works' end.
Things are burning up at Guam Fire's E-911 Center in Agana Heights.
Vendors of the Dededo Flea Market had an opportunity to speak with a task force formed to ensure they are in compliance with Guam's laws.
The Guam National Guard held a joint deployment sendoff ceremony today for the Security Forces Advisory Team and the 254th Red Horse Squadron.
In the wake of Friday's tragedy in Colorado, officers with the Guam Police Department have been ordered to do constant checks at the big screen to ensure there are no copycats.