As Liberia prepares to celebrate its 170th year of independence, citizens of Doe Administrative District in Nimba are expressing their frustration with the bad road conditions in that part of the county.
In an apparent attempt to thwart the efforts of Truth FM to reach voters in rural Nimba, the vice president and standard bearer of Unity Party, Joseph Boakai, has promised to provide a 2,000-watt radio transmitter to a community radio station in Saclepea.
The Firestone Agricultural Workers Union of Liberia has pulled out of a merger it entered with two other unions in the country.
County leaders of Grand Bassa have dedicated a newly renovated Edina City Hall.
A group of lawmakers from both houses of the legislature has concluded a two-day review session on the land rights bill in Buchanan.
Police investigations conducted into the two rape cases established that the accused men committed the crime.
The remains of a Nigerian national who was killed in an exchange of fire with the Liberia National Police on July 24, 2016, has apparently been abandoned by the government.
USAID, through its feeder roads alternative and maintenance program, known as FRAMP, is currently rehabilitating two feeder roads in Grand Bassa.