Proposal by Senator Sabina Perez would speed up Guam’s infrastructure projects
Senator Sabina Perez (D) proposes Bill 36, which would allow for the construction of infrastructure projects to continue even if its contract award is contested in court.
Puerto Rico port could become a future model using artificial intelligence
A seaport in southern Puerto Rico will begin leasing some of its facilities to use artificial intelligence for new, transformative purposes.
Crowds flock to 51st Agrifest in US Virgin Islands
The 51st Agriculture and Food Fair happening on Saturday, February 18, was a huge success, with vendors making large profits, consumers enjoying the local food present, and many farmers earning recognition for their work.
Governor Lemanu calls recent decision from the US Department of Defense an act of discrimination
Governor Lemanu released a statement yesterday announcing that the 25 students from American Samoa can remain in their Hawaii National Army Guard Youth Challenge Program in Honolulu, Hawaii, despite the United States Department of Defense’s objections.
Governor Arnold Palacios’ term started with many obstacles
With countless pieces of administrative work hampering Governor Arnold Palacios’ ability to pass new legislation, his first few weeks in office have been met with many obstacles and challenges.