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The CNMI stands to receive more disaster funding for typhoon relief and recovery following President Donald J. Trump’s approval of the Commonwealth’s request for additional post-Yutu assistance for th...

Service members from Joint Task Force West officially concluded Super Typhoon Yutu relief and recovery efforts in Saipan and Tinian in the CNMI on Feb. 6-7. 

Joint Task Group Engineer, a contingent of...

Rear Adm. Shoshana Chatfield, commander Joint Region Marianas and Task Force West, addresses attendees during a relief-in-place and transfer of authority ceremony. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion...

November 16, 2018

                                     Saipan casino temporarily shuts down

“Those dark days in our economy...

Two siblings were able to reunite earlier this month and help each other support recovery efforts in the wake of the destruction caused by Supertyphoon Yutu on  Saipan.

 Specialist Vanessa Sally, a com...

Gunnery Sgt. Angel Ignacio, the battalion gunnery sergeant with Combat Logistics Battalion 31, catches a package of bottled water from a coastguardsman aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Washington (W...

Saipan--Victims of Super Typhoon Yutu in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands  may qualify for tax relief from the CNMI Department of Finance Division of Revenue and Taxation.

With Governor...

Saipan — Amid massive destruction on Saipan and Tinian brought about by Super Typhoon Yutu, CNMI Gov. Ralph DLG. Torres on Monday signed an executive order postponing the 2018 general elections by one...

CNMI governor Ralph DLG. Torres and Joint Region Marianas commander, Rear Adm. Shoshanna Chatfield and representatives from the Guam National Guard met with local and federal partners to discuss ongoi...

Saipan — The CNMI government is working commercial airlines to get flights for about 3,200 visitors, who were stranded on Saipan as a result of Super Typhoon Yutu that barreled through the Marianas in...

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