Chinese Doctors Provide Free Medical Treatment to Over 200 Locals in Maryland

The Chinese engineering company working on the Harper-Fish town road has provided free medical services to more than 200 Liberians in southeastern Maryland County. United Medical Consultation of Chinese Medical Team (UMCCMT) in collaboration with...

Commerce Ministry Destroys Abi Jaoudi’s Harmful Food

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry Monday started the destruction of thousand tons of contaminated food commodities and other consumable goods that were being sold by Abi Jaoudi Supermarket and the Tree Star Business. Some...

When Home Becomes Hell- Liberians rally to stop US deportation

Liberians in Minnesota are making a last-ditch push to save a little-known deportation reprieve program, lobbying on Capitol Hill and issuing a plea to local employers. The March 31 expiration date of the program, which...

Praying For Trump’s Mercy

Caroline Grimes — a Liberian immigrant who fled civil war in 2002 for the United States — is currently working as a nurse in Minnesota. Her job helps support her two daughters and pays...

Ghosts Stalling Employment at Internal Affairs Ministry

Montserrado County Superintended-designate Florence Brandy Friday told Senators at her confirmation hearing that the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) is the most corrupt Ministry presiding over local government funding. “People who have died five years...

Liberians Celebrate The Dead

Liberians throughout the country graciously celebrated Decoration Day which comes the second Wednesday of March each year is a holiday in Liberia. Hundreds of Liberians turned out at the grave sites of their fallen...

Importers: Rice Price Dropped Since February

The Association of Liberian Rice Importers (ALRI) has reiterated its commitment to the reduction of rice price on the Liberian market. This reduction has been in place since last month, following two separate meetings...

‘Harmful’ Supermarket

Abi Jaoudi Supermarket has pleaded guilty to “willfully and deliberately selling and maintaining expired food commodities and other consumable goods on the Liberian market, Commerce and Industry Minister Wilson Tarpeh has told reporters in...

S/Court Demands Half of Million for Cars

The Supreme Court of Liberia is demanding the George Weah administration to make available half of million or more to help purchase vehicles for judges in the. Chief Justice Francis Saye Korkpor said at the...

Judge Emery Paye ‘Undermining’ Development in Nimba

The 13th Judicial Circuit seated in Nimba County has been accused of undermining the development agenda of president George Weah in the county. But the judge says he cannot comment on the matter unless...