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30 business operators fined

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DRT begins crackdown on unlicensed businesses

THIRTY local businesses have been issued fines for operating without a business license, according to Marie Benito, deputy director of the Department of Revenue and Taxation.

Catholic school to shut down

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ST. THOMAS Aquinas Catholic High School in Ordot will be closing its doors permanently after the school’s summer session, Principal Pilar Williams has confirmed.

Three more kids likely infected with pertussis

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THREE more children might have been infected with pertussis, also known as whooping cough, according to the Department of Public Health and Social Services.

More Guardsmen facing indictments for recruitment fraud

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MORE indictments are expected as the U.S. Attorney’s Office finalizes its review of local cases in a nationwide investigation involving a monetary incentive program for the National Guard and Army Reserve.

Legislature urged to report out Community Broadband Act

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REACTING to Sen. Michael San Nicolas’ decision not to report out Bill 64-33, otherwise known as the Community Broadband Act, the Mayors' Council of Guam urged the chairman of the committee on general government operations to reconsider his decision.

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