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Wave action, public vandalism, limited funding, and the lack of recreational facilities and activities are some of the “major problems” facing the Department of Parks and Recreation, as noted by P&
The LBJ Medical Center is now implementing a facility fee of $20 for dialysis visits that was suppose to have already been in place last July.
“The main purpose for personnel changes within the Department of Health is for the betterment of the department. I came in and saw the need to make these new changes and as a leader, I acted.
The US Department of Interior, Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Program has approved $2.6 million to construct a new two-story building to house male inmates at the Territorial Correctional Facili
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Fishery development for the Manu’a Islands is getting a boost early next month with the official dedication of its long-awaited fuel storage and ice making facilities, thanks to the Western Pacific
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