AAFES Troop Store expansion project awarded • Medicaid drug savings extended to NMI • EPA releases new guide for healthier school renovations • High school students: Become a Junior Statesman
U.S. Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan said the tennis courts at American Memorial Park will re-open for daylight play sometime in March. He said there are still typhoon-damaged trees...
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service has announced that local contractor, RNV Construction, has been awarded a $1.8 million contract for expansion of the troop store at the Army Reserve Center on Saipan.
The Northern Mariana Islands and other U.S. insular areas will be able to achieve savings in their drug expenditures for Medicaid patients as a result of a final rule published by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
With Typhoon Soudelor repairs underway, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new manual on best practices for protecting children’s health and minimizing environmental health risks is most timely.
Now is the time for high school students to apply to attend the Junior Statesman summer program at Stanford University, Princeton University, Georgetown University, or Capitol Normal University in China.
Opprtunities - Federal grants, jobs for/in the Marianas • Highlights in the legislative program
240-day grace period for CW renewals finalized • CHCI summer internships open to NMI students
Full-time college undergraduate students from the Northern Mariana Islands are eligible for paid summer internships with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute.
If their papers aren’t in yet, foreign workers kept from working because of the federal government’s delay in processing thousands of contract worker permit renewals can get back on the job starting Feb. 14