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Green flag on Managaha

(BECQ) — The Bureau of Environmental and Coastal Quality analyzes water samples collected from Managaha’s recreational beaches and dock as part of the regularly scheduled sampling.

MHS student caught with marijuana

MARIANAS High School principal Cherlyn Cabrera said they found marijuana in a student’s bag when they conducted an inspection last week.

Marine recruits, Manta Ray, Ayuyu cadets clean up Mt. Carmel Cemetery

(Press Release) —  On Oct. 13, 2018, Saipan Southern High School’s Manta Ray Battalion gathered at the Mount Carmel Cemetery along with Kagman High School’s Ayuyu Battalion and the Marine Corps’ new recruits to do a formal cleanup.

COTA to launch fixed-route feeder service

(COTA) — The Commonwealth Office of Transit Authority is set to launch its fixed-route feeder service for route coverage in the Kagman area towards the Northern Mariana College, the southern villages of San Antonio and Koblerville to NMC, and northern areas of As Matuis, San Roque, Tanapag to the Paseo De Marianas in Garapan, beginning on Monday, Oct. 22, 2018.

CHCC employees to hold Halloween-themed, physical-fitness event on Saturday

THE Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. Employees Association will hold “Zombie Walk and Roll,” its first Halloween-themed, physical-fitness event in the hospital lot on Saturday starting at 5 p.m.

MVA signs MOU with Korea Sports Promotion Foundation

(MVA) —  In line with its promotional strategy to grow awareness of The Marianas as a sports tourism destination, the Marianas Visitors Authority signed an MOU with Korea Sports Promotion Foundation or KSPO on Sept. 5, 2018, in Seoul.

Retired sailor and engineer looks forward to ‘giving back to the community’

VINCENT S. Aldan, formerly of the U.S. Navy and an engineer by profession, said he is grateful for the governor’s vote of confidence, adding that he is looking forward to giving back to the community by serving on the Commonwealth Public Utilities Commission.

MVA: September arrivals down 14%

(MVA) — According to the Marianas Visitors Authority, arrivals to the islands of Saipan, Tinian and Rota fell 14 percent to 43,924 visitors in September 2018, compared to 50,848 visitors received in September 2017.