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The Guam Masters Baseball League will continue playoff action Saturday at Paseo Stadium after a rainout on Monday. Comment?
Guam's first charter school will hold a lottery for students who have registered their interest with the school. Comment?
For more information, call 472-6940 or 477-8461. * The Guam Board of Examiners for Dentistry regular meeting will be held at 3 p.m. June 19 at the Health Professional Licensing Office in the Terlaje Professional Building, Suite 209, 194 Hernan Cortez Avenue, Hagatna. Comment?
... 10-day period to allow the committee to receive additional testimony on the bill after its public hearing. The 32nd Guam Legislature's standing rules state, "No bill shall be placed on the session agenda unless accompanied by a committee report ... Comment?
The Guam Youth Basketball Association started its annual drug-free league Saturday at three locations. Comment?
... the cathedral, Dimalanta designed the Chamorro Village in Hagatna. Roy Adonay, president of the Filipino Community of Guam, said Dimalanta's death is a loss of a great leader for Filipinos and for the island. Adonay said Dimalanta will remain in ... Comment?
... of the month, said Robb Malay, Department of Education associate superintendent. During Friday's meeting, Torres asked Guam Police Department Chief Fred Bordallo to what extent illegal drug use plays a role in other crimes. Bordallo said it's a ... Comment?
... 635-4363/64 Neighborhood Watch Program: Parents are encouraged to report suspicious activities or people to the Guam Police Department to help deter vandalism at the school. Call the school to participate in the program. * B.P. Carbullido ... Comment?
-For more information on any item published in Village News, contact your respective mayor's office. - Visit your mayor's office to update residential information. - Report suspicious activity to the Guam Police Department. Take down the license plate number, a description of the vehicle, and/or the person(s) in the vehicle, along with the time and date. Call your mayor's office to start a neighborhood watch in your area. - Residents can report burnt out streetlights, overgrown vegetation, water leaks, etc. to their respective mayor's office. - Drivers are reminded to abide by the speed limit and drive with caution. Be mindful of pedestrians, bus shelters and children along village roads. WASTE DISPOSAL - Those caught illegally dumping in the community will be reported to GPD and the Guam Environmental Protection Agency and fined. Report illegal dumping to your mayor's office, email@example.com or call 647-8923. - Residents with a GSWA account can arrange for the pick-up of white goods and other bulk items at no additional fee. To schedule a pick-up, call 646-3109. For more information, go to www.guamsolidwasteauthority.com. - Residents are encouraged to refrain from burning trash or debris. Burning without a permit is prohibited. Call your mayor's office or local fire station for more information. FAMILY WELFARE - Public Health is looking for those interested in participating in the foster family program. Foster home applications are available at mayors'offices. Call Lydia Tenorio or Cindy Chugrad at 475-2653/72. - The provider for Public Health's Legal Assistance Services Program for senior citizens age 60 years and older is Attorney Thomas J. Fisher, dba Fisher & Associates, as contracted by the Division of Senior Citizens. Senior citizens interested in this service can call 472-1131. For more information, call the Division of Senior Citizens at 735-7011. - The Department of Public Health's WIC program's Tiyan location is open for walk-in services from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays. Any WIC client who has missed an appointment may go to Tiyan to ensure the continuity of their benefits. Call 475-0295/96. - New Vision Guam provides outreach and assistance to people who are physically challenged by low vision/blindness. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 456-3793/0400. PETS & ANIMALS - Animal Control, the Guam Police Department and mayors are authorized by law to remove any loose animal from public or private property. Known owners of unleashed dogs can be subject to a fine not to exceed $1,000 in addition to compensation to the injured party. - For help in getting rid of unwanted dogs, call the Agriculture Animal Control Unit at 300-7965 or your mayor's office. AGANA HEIGHTS Mayor Paul M. McDonald 472-6393/8285/6 email@example.com - The Agana Heights 19th Annual "Fun In The Sun" Summer Camp Program will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays in two sessions: through July 12 and July 15 to Aug. 16. Slots are limited. Call Angie or Genny at the mayor's office for details. - All residents are encouraged to secure personal property at all times. Residents are asked to report suspicious activities and/or vehicles immediately to GPD. The Agana Heights Neighborhood Watch Program remains active. - Absolutely no public dumping or littering is permitted at the Agana Heights mayor's trailer or trash bins. Anyone caught dumping will be fined and reported to authorities. - The Agana Heights stage area and outdoor court are under renovation and are unavailable until further notice. - The Agana Heights baseball field, gym and outdoor court, Tutujan Park, Coconut Park and the AHMO Outdoor Hut/Stage Area is used by permit only. All reservations must be made with the Agana Heights Mayor's Office. AGAT Mayor Carol S. Tayama Vice Mayor Agustin G. Quintanilla 565-2524/31/4335 firstname.lastname@example.org - The 2012 Real Property Tax Delinquency and Notice of Impending Tax Sale listing is available at the mayor's office. - Support Agat's candidate, Richonne Venesia Roberto Luzanta, on her quest to be the 69th Liberation Day Queen. Raffle tickets are available at the mayor's office and monetary donations are greatly appreciated. - The Agat Mayor's Office Community Youth Summer Camp will run from June 17-28. - Those who are 60 years and older who are interested in registering for the Agat Senior Citizens Center can call 565-5965 for more information. - The Agat Village Dog Round Up Project coordinated by the Agat Mayor's Office is ongoing. A reward of $10 per dog is given only if applicable to the project rules. - Residents are reminded to cage or tie up their dogs. Unwanted dogs can be reported to Department of Agriculture at 734-3942/3. - We are experiencing a lot of illegal trash dumping behind the stage located in the Sagan Bisita area and littering within the village. Residents are asked to report all illegal activities to the mayor's office or GPD. Violators will be fined when caught. Help keep our village clean. - Due to numerous burglary complaints within the village, the community is asked to participate in the village watch and to report all suspicious activities to GPD at 475-8628 or call the mayor's office. - Zumba classes are held from 6 to 7 p.m. on Mondays & Wednesdays ($5 per person), and from 6:30 to 730 p.m. on Tuesdays & Thursdays ($2 per student and $3 per adult). Monday, Wednesday & Thursday classes are held at the Sagan Bisita and Tuesday classes are held at the Agat Community Center. ASAN-MAINA Mayor Joana Margaret Blas 472-6581/479-2726 email@example.com - Residents of Asan-Maina interested in having post office cluster boxes in our community are asked to stop by the mayor's office to sign a form. - The Asan-Maina Youth Organization meets at 6 p.m. every Thursday at the community center. Youths ages 6 to 21 are welcome to attend. Parents are encouraged to attend with their children. - The Asan-Maina Mayor's Office and Municipal Planning Council will hold a car wash and rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 16 at the community center. Proceeds will go towards Asan-Maina's 2013 Guam Liberation Queen Candidate AnnaMaria Blas Fegurgur. Residents are encouraged to come out and support our candidate. - AnnaMaria Blas Fegurgur, daughter of Dorothy "Dot" C. Blas and Antonio T. Fegurgur, is Asan-Maina's 2013 Miss Liberation Queen Candidate, sponsored by the Asan-Maina mayor and municipal planning council. Raffle tickets and/or booklets may be purchased at the mayor's office. Tickets are one dollar each or $5 per booklet for a chance to win $10,000 and other cash prizes. - The Asan-Maina basketball court has been repaired and renovated. Reservations for use of the court can be made with the mayor's office during regular office hours. - Residents are encouraged to report streetlights that are not working or are burnt out to the mayor's office. - Residents are encouraged to stop by the mayor's office to update their residential information. Residents who have moved in from another village are reminded to obtain a Transfer of Residency from their previous mayor's office. Bring a photo ID for all adult household members, birth certificate or passport for all minor household members, current lease agreement from landlord or GHURA, or a utility bill if you own your home. BARRIGADA Mayor June U. Blas Vice Mayor Jessie P. Bautista 734-3724/25/34/36 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com - Zumba classes are available from 6 to 7 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the community center. - Pet owners are encouraged to restrain their animals. Guam law requires all pets over 3 months to wear a license tag. Unwanted or stray dogs can be reported to the Department of Agriculture. - Illegal dumping and littering is a growing concern in the village. Residents are asked to report any illegal activities to the mayor's office or GPD. - Due to the increase in burglaries in the village, the mayor's office asks residents to be alert and report suspicious activity (including time, date, description of vehicle or persons, and license plates) to GPD at 472-8911. - Drivers are reminded to abide by the speed limit and use caution along routes where bus shelters are located. CHALAN PAGO-ORDOT Mayor Jessy C. Gogue 472-8302/3/7173/477-1333 firstname.lastname@example.org - Shriners Hospital for Children in Hawaii will hold an Outreach Clinic from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. from June 24 to 28 at the DPHSS in Mangilao. Patients will be seen by appointment only. Call 734-7351/7174 or email: email@example.com. - The mayor's office needs assistance to identify criminals victimizing our community. If you believe a crime is being committed, call GPD, the mayor's office, or Crime Stoppers. Please share this information with your neighbors. - Remain anonymous and report any crime you witness or may be aware of. Call the Crime Stoppers'hotline at 477-HELP (4357) or *HELP on your Docomo phone. You can also report a crime tip to http://guam.crimestoppersweb.com. Should your tip lead to an arrest and conviction, you may be eligible to receive a reward of up to $1,000. - If your child is entering the first through eighth grade next school year, they may be eligible for a scholarship to Mt. Carmel Catholic School. Call or email the mayor regarding for details. This scholarship is not available to current or returning Mt. Carmel School families. - Residents are encouraged to register their household with the mayor's office. Documents needed to register include: a utility bill or lease agreement and a photo ID or birth certificate for each member of the household. Registering is especially important if a member of the household has a disability and may require special assistance during an emergency or natural disaster. - The backboards to the outdoor basketball court have been repaired. Village teams/groups wanting to reserve a time slot for practices must contact the mayor's office for reservations. Reservations give priority; otherwise, open time slots will be available to teams or individuals on a first-come, first-served basis. - Muay Thai kickboxing classes are held every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at the Community Center. Call Brogan Walker at 929-0993 or the mayor's office for times. - Free Zumba classes are offered from 6 to 7 p.m. every Monday at the Chalan Pago Community Center. There is a $3 fee per session. Call 777-2441 for more information. - The Guam Solid Waste Authority has the equipment and resources to pick-up white goods and other bulk items, to include beds, couches, and dressers at no additional cost to GSWA customers. Non-GSWA customers can arrange for this service for a fee of $25. Contact GSWA at 646-3111 to schedule a pick-up of your bulk waste. Take advantage of this program before calling the mayor's office for assistance. DEDEDO Mayor Melissa B. Savares Vice Mayor Andrew "Peter Daigo" A. Benavente 632-5203/5019/637-9014 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com - Residents can call in advanced for a Verification of Residence if there are no changes to the household. Documents will be ready the following work day. - The DYA Lagu Resource Center is hosting a summer program. Call 635-4393 for more information. - Parents are reminded that curfew for children under age 18 is 10 p.m. Sundays to Thursdays and midnight on Fridays & Saturdays. There are no exemptions during the summer. Please know where your children are at all times for their safety. - Students wanting to complete service learning hours can call Yvonne or Mayor Savares to schedule a time. There are many projects you can do to complete your hours. - 2013 Liberation raffle tickets are being sold at the mayor's office. - The ILOAG Community Center in Macheche is available for use. For reservations, call Ernie Cid at 777-6189. - The Dededo Library Summer Reading program will be held from 10 a.m. to noon every Tuesday during the summer. Parents are encouraged to register for this great literacy program. HAGATNA Mayor John A. Cruz 477-8045/7 firstname.lastname@example.org - The mayor and his staff wish all fathers a happy Father's Day. - It is illegal to burn without a permit. Any person burning without a permit will be reported and may be subject to a citation. Our office encourages those who wish to burn to obtain a permit from the Guam Fire Department. - Let's continue to keep our capital and our island beautiful. Please do not litter. Those found littering may be cited. INARAJAN Mayor Doris F. Lujan 475-2509/10/11 email@example.com - Happy Father's Day! Enjoy your special day. - Residents are requested to turn in all Guam Liberation Day tickets to the mayor's office no later than 5 p.m. June 18. Final ticket counting will be held at 6 p.m. June 19 at Bank of Guam. Cash only, no checks, please. - Renovation of the Gadao Little League Baseball Field is in progress. Residents are asked to please stay away from the site for your own safety. - The Inarajan Municipal Planning Council and the Inarajan Senior Citizens Center are sponsoring a bingo fundraiser from 6 p.m. to midnight June 22 at the Inarajan Senior Citizens Center. - Congratulations to the Community Access Points Key Train Program Cohort 1 class (Marla Reyes, Jesse Taimanglo, Thomas San Nicolas, Luchia Tedtaotao and Vince Crisostomo) for successfully earning Gold, Bronze and Silver on their National Career Readiness Certificate. Super job well done! - Anyone interested in signing up for the Inarajan/M80 Systems Community Access Points Key Train Program, Cohort 2 class can call the mayor's office. CAP is sponsored by the Guam Community College, Guam Contractors Association and Guam Chamber of Commerce. - Residents who are picking up a Mayor's Verification/Certification are asked to bring a photo ID. - The Inarajan Mayor's Office needs volunteers to help build this year's Guam Liberation Day Float. This year's theme is "Stories of Courage and Faith." Let's all take pride and showcase our community. Call the mayor's office for details. - Residents are encouraged to help us celebrate this year's 69th Guam Liberation Day. Bring the whole family to the carnival grounds in Tiyan, have lots of fun and enjoy the fireworks every Sunday at 8 p.m. - Zumba classes are held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday at the Inarajan Mayor's Office. For more information, call Leilani Taijeron at 487-1317 or Candy Perkins at 777-1608. MANGILAO Mayor Nonito C. Blas Vice Mayor Allan G. Ungacta 734-2163/5731/34/35 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com - Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic School in Agat provides two partial scholarships for students who will be in first to eighth grade next school year. The partial scholarship entitles one student to $1,000 off tuition and families of two or more students to $1,500 off. Interested students from Mangilao must provide their name and contact information to the mayor's office. Scholarships are not available to current and returning MCS families. - Mangilao is looking for Liberation Day Queen candidates ages 18-25 and candidates for Ms. Donne, ages 18 and up for the 2013 Mangilao Donne Festival. - Mangilao Night Market 6 to 10 p.m. every Thursday. Daily stalls are available. - Bingo is held 6 to 10 p.m. Thursdays and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays at the Senior Citizens Center. For more information, call Carmen at 734-9203. - Recycling bins for aluminum cans and plastic bottles (No. 1 and No. 2) are located at the Santa Teresita Church. You must individually dispose of each can or bottle. For information call the rectory at 734-2100/71. - Please inform the mayor's office of any loitering and or congregating after school hours at any bus stop in Mangilao. Contact GPD or call 888-1517. - Organizations that use the baseball parks and the Eagles Recreational Field are asked to keep the fields clean and dispose of trash or be blacklisted. - The mayor's office is asking your help in reporting any illegal dumping. Take down the color, make, model and license plate of vehicle dumping. - Applications for GED are accepted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at the mayor's office. MERIZO Mayor Ernest T. Chargualaf 828-8312/2941 firstname.lastname@example.org - There have been reports of stolen farm produce from private property. Please report any suspicious activity in the neighborhood. Take down a description of vehicles or people involved and call the mayor's office, GPD or Crime Stoppers. - The Headstart Registration Outreach will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 17 to 20 and 24 to 27 at the Asan Parent Resource Room in the Asan Community Center. - Annual Tinta & Faha Massacre Memorial Services are as follows: Tinta site visit at 8 a.m. July 15 at the residence of Jose Quinata, with Faha site visit immediately after; Rosary at 3:30 p.m., Mass at 4 p.m. and memorial service at 5 p.m. July 16 at San Dimas & Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church in Merizo. - The 2013 Malesso Fiestan Tasi is scheduled for Oct. 25 to 27. Those interested in sponsoring a candidate for Little Miss and Miss Malesso Fiestan Tasi are asked to contact the mayor's office. - Visit the mayor's office to update your residential information. MONGMONG-TOTO-MAITE Mayor Andrew C. Villagomez 477-6758/9090/479-6800/01 email@example.com - Zumba Classes will resume from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the community center. Monday and Wednesday classes are taught by Nannette Palomo. Tuesday and Thursday classes are taught by Angel Concepcion and Rita Babauta. Fee is $3 per class. Everyone is invited to come experience the Zumba craze. - The Department of Public Health and Social Services Bureau of Family Health and Nursing Services will hold a nursing outreach from 9 to 11 a.m. June 21 at the community center. The outreach is to asses and update immunizations of children ages 0 to 18. Parents/guardians (with written authorization) must bring shot records. For more information, call 735-7133/7127. - Mayor Villagomez would like to remind residents of numerous reports of illegal dumping throughout the tri-village. The mayor's staff will be going through the trash and anyone caught will be fined up to $1,000. Respect our community by disposing of trash properly. The mayor's office prides itself in keeping our tri-village clean and green. Do your part and discard your trash in the proper places. - The mayor's office has received numerous reports of stray or loose dogs roaming the tri-village area. GPD and Mayor Villagomez remind all dog owners that it is against the law for dogs to roam free. All dogs must be leashed for the safety of our residents. PITI Mayor Vicente Gumataotao 472-1232/3 firstname.lastname@example.org - All residents are encouraged to please keep dogs on a leash at all times or face fines for violating the Guam leash law. - Bookmobile schedule for June 24: from 3:45 to 4:30 p.m. in front of the Piti Mayor's Office, and 4:45 to 5:30 p.m. at Nimitz Towers. SANTA RITA Mayor Dale E. Alvarez 565-2514/4337/4302/04 email@example.com - The Santa Rita Senior Citizens will host a Bingo Bash from 2 to 8 p.m. July 4 at the Santa Rita Senior Citizens Center. - Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic School provides partial Mayor Scholarships for two students entering first through eighth grade next school year. Stop by the mayor's office to fill out the form or contact Peni Gates or Arlina Potts at Mount Carmel School at 565-5128/3822. - Liberation tickets for our Santa Rita candidate are sold at the mayor's office. Please stop by and support our candidate. $5 per booklet or $1 per ticket. - Ealani Alvarez Lobaton, daughter of Ernie and Melissa Lobaton, is Santa Rita's 2013 Liberation Queen candidate. Bingo fundraisers are held at 6:30 p.m. Saturdays at the Santa Rita Senior Citizens Center. - The Santa Rita Municipal Planning Council and the Santa Rita Senior Citizens Center host bingo fundraisers from 6 to 10 p.m. Fridays and 2 to 8 p.m. Sundays at the senior center. No minors allowed. - Zumba classes are from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays and cost $5 per person. We encourage all residents to come down and join the fun. SINAJANA Mayor Robert Hofmann Vice Mayor Rudy Don Iriarte 472-6707/477-3323/9229 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com - The Sinajana Municipal Planning Council proudly sponsors Sinajana's 2013 Liberation Day Queen Candidate Miss Rebeca Asuncion! Support Rebeca by purchasing tickets through the Sinajana Mayor's Office. - Registration for GCC's Adult Education Neighborhood Classroom G.E.D. program is ongoing. Register or inquire with the mayor's office. - Manamko' ages 60 and above are encouraged to enroll in the senior citizens programs and/or community center participation offered. For more information call Recreational Leader Crystal Aflague at 477-9321. - Residents are asked to adhere to posted speed limits throughout the village and to slow down near speed bumps, school zones and bus stops. - Residents are asked to clear any obstruction on sidewalks including opened gates, parked vehicles, plants/bushes, canopies, etc. Obstructing public easement is unlawful and compromises the safety of pedestrians and children walking to-and-from school. - Residents are kindly asked to help assist our office and keep the sidewalk and storm drain areas in front of their homes clean and free of green waste to prevent flooding. - If you have a stray dog in the area and/or are able to capture the dog please contact our office. Dog traps available for use. Household dogs must be on a leash or face detainment by our office/the dog pound and the owner can face fines for violating the leash laws and other laws of Guam. - Residents are asked to remove any abandoned/junk vehicles. They are eye sores, safety hazards and environmental hazards. Failure to comply will warrant penalties by Guam EPA. - Residents are invited to attend the Sinajana Municipal Planning Council meeting held at 6:30 p.m. every last Wednesday of the month at the Sinajana Community Center Room 3. - Residents hosting/holding a yard sale, party, rosary or other event are asked to promptly remove any posted signs as they become eyesores and/or trash when they are removed by strong winds. - Pocket bikes/mini-bikes/scooters and ATVs are illegal for use within the confines of the village and are not allowed. For safety reasons, residents are asked to report to our office if they see these vehicles in and around Sinajana. Drivers are asked to be cautious. Parents are asked for their cooperation in this matter. TALOFOFO Mayor Vicente S. Taitague 789-1421/3262/4821 firstname.lastname@example.org - The gym is open from 1 to 9 p.m. weekdays. - The mayor's office is seeking donations of lumber and other materials for the Liberation Day float. Volunteers are also needed. - Vendors for the Farmers Flea Market are asked to call the mayor's office. - Recreational facilities, bus shelters and government buildings are available for public use. Please refrain from vandalizing, graffiti and other forms of destructive behavior. The mayor's office has no funds to constantly repair/replace abused assets. - The village looks good. Let's keep it clean and green. - Residents are encouraged to put visible house numbers on mail boxes or the front of the house. - Residents are encouraged to take pictures of suspicious individuals and vehicles illegally parked close to their premises. This process will help identify thieves. Residents are also encouraged to properly secure valuable assets to prevent your property from being hit by thieves. TAMUNING-TUMON-HARMON Mayor Louise C. Rivera Vice Mayor Kenneth Santos 646-5211/8646/647-9816/19/20 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org - Samantha Torres is the official Liberation Queen candidate for Tamuning-Tumon and Harmon. Raffle tickets are available at the mayor's office. Grand prize of $10,000 will be drawn July 28 at the carnival in Tiyan. - The mayor's office will hold a Microsoft Word-Basic class this month. Interested individuals must confirm their participation in advance and seating will be limited. Cost is $30 per class. - The mayor's office will hold First Aid/CPR/AED certification classes through summer. Interested individuals must confirm their participation in advance and seating will be limited. Cost is $55 per student per class. - Residents are asked to respect their neighbors when it comes to overgrown plants, animal control and odor and overgrown trees. - Ping pong lessons open to all ages are held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the community center. $5 registration fee. Call Coach Rick at 878-0690 for details. - Zumba lessons are held at 5:45 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the community center. No fee, but donations are welcome. Please wear appropriate attire and bring water and a towel. - Aerobic lessons are held at 7 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the community center. No fee, but donations are accepted. Wear exercise attire and bring water and a towel. UMATAC Mayor Johnny A. Quinata 828-2940/8258/51~5 email@example.com - Happy Father's Day from Mayor Quinata, family, staff, municipal council members and volunteers. Father's Day brunch will be held after Mass today at the mayor's office. YIGO Mayor Rudy M. Matanane Vice Mayor Anthony P. Sanchez 653-9446/5248 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com - Night market from 6 to 10 p.m. June 21. - Sponsors must submit Liberation raffle tickets by 5 p.m. June 17. - Volunteers are needed to help build our Yigo Liberation Day float. - Liberation raffle tickets on sale at the mayor's office. Show your village pride and support Yigo's candidate, Cierra Raphael. - If you would like to adopt a bus stop please call the mayor's office for details. - The head of household must be present, or a notarized authorization from them must be obtained, when requesting a mayor's verification. - The Yigo Mayor's office is accepting old batteries for disposal. - Guam Leash Law is in effect. Residents are reminded to have all dogs leashed or properly caged. - The Chagui'an Massacre site committee is seeking information about the people who died on Aug. 7 or 8, 1944 at the Yigo massacre site. If you or your family can help, please contact the mayor's office. YONA Mayor Ken Joe Ada 789-4798/1525/6 firstname.lastname@example.org - Summer camp registration is open through June 21 for kids ages 5 to 11. Pick up a form at the mayor's office between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Activities focus on nutrition and include gardening, cooking, fieldtrips, guest speakers and more. Let Us Know - Mayors can submit Village News to email@example.com. Deadline for Sunday publication is 5 p.m. Thursdays. Call Community Editor Duane George at 479-0415 for more information. Comment?
Guam's veterans, and these gaps must be rectified. The freedoms and privileges we all enjoy as Americans come from the service and sacrifices of the men and ... Comment?
It's your chance to meet the Miss World Guam 2013 contestants. Tune in to KUAM TV8 Monday night at 7 o'clock as we bring you the Miss World Guam 2013 Preliminary Special. Comment?
His lifelong commitment to the Archdiocese of Agana's Kamalen Karidat, which helps provide meals to the homeless and others facing hunger in Guam, was recognized recently by Taiwan, which presented him with the 16th Global Fervent Love of Lives Medal and Humanitarian Award. Comment?
Hawaii businessman Ron Richmond of Inter-Island Solar Supply is on Guam to speak to island leaders about solar energy. Comment?
... stress are all pervasive attributes among jobs that comprise U.S. website CareerCast's 2013 Worst Jobs List. HAGATNA, Guam - Guam's tax department has renewed licenses for more than 200 gambling machines despite an ongoing fight over whether the ... Comment?
... in chronic disease due to unhealthy lifestyle choices has been particularly prevalent in the American Territory of Guam. The island of Guam has a rich history and culture dating back 4000 years. The original inhabitants and the natives to the island ... Comment?
The holiday season on Guam is unlike any other in America. Santa Claus forgoes his usual fuzzy ensemble for shorts and a tropical shirt, and children spend Christmas break on beach sand instead of snow. Comment?
... the Barrigada Mayor's Office where about 70 residents gathered to discuss their concerns among village officials, the Guam Police Department, Guam Crime Stoppers and the Barrigada Municipal Planning Committee. Residents talked about what they can ... Comment?
... homes and businesses where you live. If you see activity that seems suspicious, call in and make a report to the Guam Police Department. Even if you're not 100-percent sure a crime is being committed, it's better to be safe than sorry. And if you ... Comment?
... as a part of a partnership in crime prevention, according to a press release sent by Officer Paul Tapao, coordinator of Guam Crime Stoppers. The Agana Heights Neighborhood Watch is active, and the Agat mayor's office has asked the community to ... Comment?
The following information was compiled from the magistrate's complaints filed in the Superior Court of Guam. Comment?