• 'Depot Burned'

    Normal business activities in the commercial district of Redlight, in Paynesville and its adjacent parts came to a halt on Thursday when a group of motorcyclists went on the rampage setting the Police station in the area on fire.

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  • 'Not Over Yet'

    “We’re proud to partner with you and we intend to see this through until the job is done.” -  U.S. President Barack Obama during a meeting at the White House in Washington, D.C. with leaders of West African countries worst hit by the Ebola virus disease Wednesday

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  • Not ‘Nationalists’

    Dear Readers,

    The Executive Mansion and the Liberia News Agency have taken turns responding to FPA  April 14, 2015 banner headline: Shielding The Corrupt? President Comes to the Aid of GAC Auditees

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  • Shielding Corrupt?

    “I have not read the audit report, but I got a briefing on it, and I know that there may have been procedural errors. If someone says they had to go and buy a bus when people are dying on the streets and they did not go through a bidding process ...”, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

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  • Genevieve Queen Marteh

    The Marteh family announces the death of Genevieve Queen Marteh. Genevieve died on Monday, February 23 after several illnesses. She was a junior student of the University of Liberia.

  • George N. Seke - 1932 - 2015

    This is to announce the home going of Mr. George N. Seke Sr., this sad event occurred on January 8, 2015 at 4:30 PM at his Gaye Town Residence, Sinkor Old Road.

  • Magdelene Witherspoon Dies

    The Witherspoon, Duncan and Stauard families regret to announce the death in her 75th year, of Mrs. Magdelene Duncan Witherspoon, commonly called Teta and Aunty Maggie.