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  1. Neighborhood Watch: Wine Cooler FanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 16 | Sandy Springs Neighbor

    Police reports of note from the Atlanta Police Department Zone 2, which includes Buckhead, June 29 through July 5, and the Sandy Springs Police Department, July 3 through 9. Provided by Atlanta Police Officer L. Illery and Sandy Springs Police Capt.

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  2. Brasch WordsTHE Late Great Commonwealth: Catching Up to the Gop PrimaryRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... pursuers chasing them. Men falling dead in the street - I have seen it all in a decade of helping lead a Neighborhood Watch during the crack epidemic that devastated central Hollywood in the 1990s. Police said our group was a "national model," and ...

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  3. Village newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 13 | Pacific Daily News

    ... 300-7965. * Report suspicious activity to the Guam Police Department. Call your mayor's office to join a Neighborhood Watch program in your village. * For more information on any item published in Village News, contact your mayor's office. Mayor ...

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  4. Residents use social media to fight crimeRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 9 | Medford Mail Tribune

    ... to get the word out and get more people on there, but it's going pretty good." Nextdoor.com, an online Neighborhood Watch of sorts, boasts more than 26,000 sites nationwide. Reischman said he launched a Gold Hill-based page to encourage citizens to ...

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  5. Village newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 6 | Pacific Daily News

    ... 300-7965. * Report suspicious activity to the Guam Police Department. Call your mayor's office to join a Neighborhood Watch program in your village. * If you have information that can solve a crime, call the Crime Stoppers' hotline at 477-HELP ...

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  6. Summer thieves targeting Bibb County backyardsRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 5 | Insurance News Net

    ... can help stolen property be returned to its owner. People can call the sheriff's office to inquire about Neighborhood Watch groups and ask for a home security survey, too. Those going on vacation can also ask for increased patrols while they are ...

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  7. Brasch WordsTHE Late Great Commonwealth: Catching Up to the Gop PrimaryRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... pursuers chasing them. Men falling dead in the street - I have seen it all in a decade of helping lead a Neighborhood Watch during the crack epidemic that devastated central Hollywood in the 1990s. Police said our group was a "national model," and ...

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  8. Village newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 29 | Pacific Daily News

    * The Liberation Carnival. is open from 6 p.m. to midnight, Sunday to Thursday and from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. * Call your mayor's office for information on registering to vote. * The 2013 Property Tax Delinquency and Notice of Impending Tax Sale listing is available at your mayor's office. * Visit your mayor's office to update residential information. Call for required documents. The head of household must be present to make changes. * Report burned-out streetlights, overgrown vegetation, water leaks, etc. to your mayor's office. * Report illegal dumping to your mayor's office, gpdlitterbug@gmail.com or call 647-8923. * Burning without a permit is prohibited. Call your local fire station for more information. * Animal Control, police and mayors are authorized by law to remove unleashed animals from public or private property. Owners may be held liable for injuries inflicted by pets. To report strays, call 300-7965 or your mayor's office. * Report suspicious activity to the Guam Police Department. Call your mayor's office to join a Neighborhood Watch program in your village. * If you have information that can solve a crime, call the Crime Stoppers' hotline at 477-HELP (4357) or submit a tip to http://guam.crimestoppers.com. You can remain anonymous. Tips that lead to an arrest and conviction may earn you a cash reward. * For more information on any item published in Village News, contact your mayor's office. Mayor Paul M. McDonald 472-6393/8285/6 mayormcdonald@hotmail.com * Registration for Agana Heights "Fun In The Sun" Summer Camp Program's second session is ongoing. Session two runs from July 14 to Aug. 15. Deadline to register is July 9. For more information, call Gabi, Angie or Genny at the mayor's office. * University of Guam representatives will be on hand to get you started with admissions and financial aid from 7 to 8 p.m. June 30 at the Senior Citizens Center. For more information, call Joan at 735-2271 or the mayor's office. * Numerous reports of reckless driving or speeding in the village have been received. Drive with caution in the village. Please be aware of children and reduce speed when they are present. * The Agana Heights Neighborhood Watch Program remains active. Email, call or visit the mayor's office to learn more or sign up. * The Tutujan Park, Coconut Park and the AHMO Outdoor Hut/Stage Area is used by permit only. All reservations must be made with the mayor's office. * The Agana Heights Baseball Field/Gymnasium/Outdoor Court usage is only authorized by reservations made with Kevin Masnayon. To make reservations or inquire about facility usage, you may contact the Agana Heights Mayor's Office at 472-8285/6-6393. Mayor Carol S. Tayama Vice Mayor Agustin G. Quintanilla 565-2524/4330 agatmayorsoffice@hotmail.com * Meet with the University of Guam staff from 7 to 8 p.m. July 3 at the Agat Senior Citizens Center to get started with admissions and financial aid. For more information, call Joan at 735-2271 or the mayor's office. * Southern Summer Basketball Intramural League enrollment is open. Teams can call Christopher Quichocho at 988-4604 for more information. Enrollment fee is $150 per team. * We are now accepting white goods, tires, batteries and metallics for disposal. Call the mayor's office for details. Mayor Joana Margaret Blas 472-6581/479-2726 asanmainamayorsoffice@yahoo.com * Residents can bring white goods to the mayor's office during regular office hours for disposal until July 30. * The Asan Memorial will be held July 18. Mass will be celebrated at 8:30 a.m. at Nino Perdido-Sagrada Familia Catholic Church in Asan. Ceremony will follow at 10 a.m. at the Asan Memorial Beach Park (adjacent to The T-Factory). * Survivors of the WWII invasion and their descendants who reside in Asan, Maina, Adelup or Nimitz Hill are encouraged to register with the mayor's office. * Construction on the Asan-Maina Liberation float is ongoing.Volunteers and donations are greatly needed and appreciated. Call the mayor's office for details. * Neighborhood Watch Program is active and residents are encouraged to register at the Mayor's Office during regular office hours. Mayor June U. Blas Vice Mayor Jessie P. Bautista 734-3724-5/34/36 bmomayor@teleguam.net, bmovmayor@teleguam.net * We are seeking Barrigada residents to form a table tennis, or ping pong, team for an upcoming islandwide tournament. * To donate, purchase or assist with fundraising events for the Liberation Day Parade, please call the mayor's office. Mayor Jessy C. Gogue 472-8302/03/477-1333 ocp.mayor@gmail.com * There will be no Low Impact Zumba Class on June 30. Class will resume at 7:30 p.m. July 2 at the community center. * Guam Power Authority has scheduled an outage along Tai Road and the surrounding area from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. July 1 for line repairs. * Use of the baseball field during evening hours has been suspended indefinitely. Copper wiring was stolen from the stadium lights earlier this week. If you have any information about this crime, contact the mayor's office, GPD, or Crime Stoppers so the thieves can be held accountable. * Congratulations to Guam Gift Baskets on the opening of their retail store, located behind KFC in Mangilao. * In the past week, a motor vehicle theft was reported in the Maimai area and one theft of property was reported along Chalan Quinata. * Liberation raffle ticket sales continue at the mayor's office. Grand prize is $10,000. A percentage of ticket sales will be donated to Victims Advocate Reaching Out. Mayor Melissa B. Savares Vice Mayor Andrew A. Benavente 632-5203/5019/637-9014 melissa.savares@gmail.com peter_daigo@hotmail.com * Summer Camp registration for children ages 5 to 12 is ongoing. Each session is two weeks long with many fun and safe activities for our children. Camp will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 30 to July 11. Register at the mayor's office. * Residents can call in advance for a Verification of Residence if there are no changes to your household. VORs will be ready the following business day. * Parents are reminded to follow curfew laws for children ages 17 and below. Mayor John A. Cruz 477-8045/7 hagatnamayor@hotmail.com Mayor Doris F. Lujan 475-2509/10/11 mayordorisfloreslujan@gmail.com * Congratulations to former mayor Jaime D. S. Paulino Sr., the 70th Liberation Day Parade Grand Marshal. Your representation is a perfect example of "Generations of Service & Sacrifice." Thank you for your service to our nation and our beautiful island of Guam. * Vicente C. Meno, owner of Lot No. 127 at Chagamin Lago Avenue will close the road coming down from As Apman Drive at 6 p.m. June 29. Use the alternate road next to the pump station. * Meet with University of Guam staff from 7 to 8 p.m. July 7 at the Inarajan Community Center to get started with admissions and financial aid. High school graduates considering college are encouraged to attend. For more information, call Joan at 735-2271 or the mayor's office. * Do you chew pugua? UOG Cancer Research Center is looking for people interested in quitting. Outreach meetings are held from 9 a.m. to noon and from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturdays at House 7, Dean's Circle. Attendees receive a $10 fuel coupon per meeting, and a $25 fuel coupon per completed survey and refreshments are provided. For more information, call Jesse Himes at 734-1556/489-3849. Mayor Nonito C. Blas Vice Mayor Allan G. Ungacta 734-2163/5731/34/35 nblas_mangilaomayor@yahoo.com vicemayor_allan.ungacta@yahoo.com * The Department of Public Health and Social Services is seeking foster homes for children in need. Call the mayor's office for more information. * Bingo at the Senior Citizens Center from 6 to 10 p.m. every Thursday and from 1 to 6 p.m. Sundays. For more information, call Carmen at 734-9203. * Please inform mayor's office of any loitering and or congregating after school hours at any bus stop in Mangilao. Contact police or call 888-1517. Mayor Ernest T. Chargualaf 828-8312/2941 mayorernest@yahoo.com * The Annual Malesso Fiestan Tasi is scheduled for Oct. 24 to 26. Those interested in sponsoring a candidate for the 2014 Little Miss & Miss Malesso Fiestan Tasi can call the office for details. * This year marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Guam. Tinta and Faha site visitation is scheduled for 8 a.m. July 15. All family members interested in donating for the potluck are asked to call Helen Tedpahogo at 989-8316. Mayor Andrew C. Villagomez 477-6758/9090/479-6800/01 mtm_mayors_office@yahoo.com Mayor Vicente Gumataotao 472-1232~3 pitimayor@yahoo.com * All residents are encouraged to provide comments on the draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement. Forms are available at the mayor's office or online at www.guambuildupeis.us. * Piti Flea Market from 5 to 9 a.m. every weekend at the basketball court. For details, call Clarence Mendiola at 477-7363. Mayor Dale E. Alvarez 565-2514/4337/4302/04 daleealvarez@gmail.com * Thanks to everyone who helped support Liberation Queen Billi-Jo Guzman. She would not have achieved her goal without your contributions and support. We are truly grateful. * Residents ages 60 and above interested in joining the Santa Rita Senior Citizens Center can call Lucinda Baleto at 565-2512 for more information. * Aikido lessons are ongoing Mondays and Wednesdays at the Santa Rita Youth Center. Class for children ages 8 to 12 is held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.; class for ages 13 and up is from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fee is $30 per month. Call Thomas Tomasiak at 486-4272 or the mayor's office for more information. * Zumba classes are from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. Fee is $5 per person. * All residents are reminded to leash their dogs for the safety of our community. Call the mayor's office if you have unwanted animals. * The Santa Rita Municipal Planning Council and Santa Rita Senior Citizens Center host bingo fundraisers from 6 to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and from 1 to 8 p.m. Sundays at the senior center. Refreshments and raffle prizes are provided. No minors allowed, and you must be 18 years or older to play. Mayor Robert Hofmann Vice Mayor Rudy Don Iriarte 472-6707/477-3323/9229 guammayor@gmail.com rudyiriarte@gmail.com Mayor Vicente S. Taitague 789-1421/3262/4821 talofofomayor@gmail.com * Girl Scouts are coming to Talofofo. Summer camp for kids grades K-5, and 24 slots are available. A meeting for parents will be held at 6 p.m. June 30 at the Jeromy Newby Youth Center. * The Talofofo Mayor's Office golf tournament has been rescheduled to July 13 at Country Club of the Pacific. * A project for an underground electrical transmission line from Dandan to Route 4A to the GPA substation will begin soon. Motorists are advised to be cautious in the area. Your patience and understanding are appreciated. * CAPs Program is ongoing at the mayor's office. * Streetlight repairs are on hold due to lack of parts. Restoration will continue when parts are available. Thank you for your patience. * We are seeking donations of lumber and other materials to construct the Liberation float. We are also asking for volunteers from our community to help with the float. Mayor Louise C. Rivera Vice Mayor Kenneth Santos 646-5211/8646 mayorlcrivera.tatuha@gmail.com vicemayorksantos.tatuha@gmail.com Mayor Johnny A. Quinata 828-8251/52 umatacmo@gmail.com * Mayor Quinata would like to thank the following sponsors of the Umatac 76ers Basketball Team for the upcoming tournament: Carsplus, Benny Crawford and the Umatac Municipal Planning Council. Mayor Rudy M. Matanane Vice Mayor Anthony P. Sanchez 653-9446/5248 kones.r@gmail.com yigovice@gmail.com * Volunteers are needed to help build the Yigo float. Call the mayor's office for details. * Aikido training will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Aug. 9 and 13 at the Yigo gym. Call the mayor's office or stop by to register. * Night market from 6 to 10 p.m. every Friday at the Yigo gym. Mayor Ken Joe Ada 789-4798/1525-6 kenjoeada@yahoo.com

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  9. Brasch WordsTHE Late Great Commonwealth: Catching Up to the Gop PrimaryRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... pursuers chasing them. Men falling dead in the street - I have seen it all in a decade of helping lead a Neighborhood Watch during the crack epidemic that devastated central Hollywood in the 1990s. Police said our group was a "national model," and ...

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  10. Village newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2014 | Pacific Daily News

    ... office. * Report suspicious activity to the Guam Police Department. Call your mayor's office to join a Neighborhood Watch program in your village. * If you have information that can solve a crime, call the Crime Stoppers' hotline at 477-HELP ...

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  11. Neighborhood Watch captains come together to share informationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2014 | Daily Mountain Eagle

    Several of the local Neighborhood Watch captains met earlier this month with the director of the Walker County Neighborhood Watch Program to make plans for their respective Summer Home Safety Outreach programs.

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  12. Brasch WordsTHE Late Great Commonwealth: Catching Up to the Gop PrimaryRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... pursuers chasing them. Men falling dead in the street - I have seen it all in a decade of helping lead a Neighborhood Watch during the crack epidemic that devastated central Hollywood in the 1990s. Police said our group was a "national model," and ...

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  13. More Read the original story w/Photo

    May 6, 2010 | ABC 33/40

    ... so I didn't pay attention really," he said. Much to his surprise, Thomas discovered Monday it was a "Neighborhood Watch" note from the United Klans of America, with a local 256 area code and website. An Internet search indicates the phone number is ...

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  14. Brasch WordsTHE Late Great Commonwealth: Catching Up to the Gop PrimaryRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... pursuers chasing them. Men falling dead in the street - I have seen it all in a decade of helping lead a Neighborhood Watch during the crack epidemic that devastated central Hollywood in the 1990s. Police said our group was a "national model," and ...

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  15. Brasch WordsTHE Late Great Commonwealth: Catching Up to the Gop PrimaryRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... pursuers chasing them. Men falling dead in the street - I have seen it all in a decade of helping lead a Neighborhood Watch during the crack epidemic that devastated central Hollywood in the 1990s. Police said our group was a "national model," and ...

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  16. Village NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2014 | Pacific Daily News

    ... office. * Report suspicious activity to the Guam Police Department. Call your mayor's office to join a Neighborhood Watch program in your village. * If you have information that can solve a crime, call the Crime Stoppers' hotline at 477-HELP ...

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  17. Brasch WordsTHE Late Great Commonwealth: Catching Up to the Gop PrimaryRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... pursuers chasing them. Men falling dead in the street - I have seen it all in a decade of helping lead a Neighborhood Watch during the crack epidemic that devastated central Hollywood in the 1990s. Police said our group was a "national model," and ...

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  18. Brasch WordsTHE Late Great Commonwealth: Catching Up to the Gop PrimaryRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... pursuers chasing them. Men falling dead in the street - I have seen it all in a decade of helping lead a Neighborhood Watch during the crack epidemic that devastated central Hollywood in the 1990s. Police said our group was a "national model," and ...

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  19. Brasch WordsTHE Late Great Commonwealth: Catching Up to the Gop PrimaryRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... pursuers chasing them. Men falling dead in the street - I have seen it all in a decade of helping lead a Neighborhood Watch during the crack epidemic that devastated central Hollywood in the 1990s. Police said our group was a "national model," and ...

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  20. Brasch WordsTHE Late Great Commonwealth: Catching Up to the Gop PrimaryRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... pursuers chasing them. Men falling dead in the street - I have seen it all in a decade of helping lead a Neighborhood Watch during the crack epidemic that devastated central Hollywood in the 1990s. Police said our group was a "national model," and ...

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