History was made in the Liberian entertainment industry over the weekend when Liberia’s Afro-pop star Daniel George, commonly known as DenG, performed at the One Africa Music Festival in New York in the U.S.
The family of a 19-year-old shooting victim in Staten Island, New York is calling for the arrest and investigation of the perpetrator of the crime.
Liberians residing in the American state of New Jersey held a series of events to observe Liberia’s 171st anniversary.
The University Consortium for Liberia has announced a new deadline for its 2018 scholarship application.
Rep. Dorwohn Gleekia of Nimba sixth district recently addressed Nimbaians based in the United States where he outlined key legislative and development achievements of his district since he took office in January.
Thomas Woewiyu, a former Defense Minister under former President Charles Taylor and a leader of the defunct National Patriotic Front of Liberia, has been found guilty of violating multiple U.S. immigration laws.
On November 7, residents of Helena Montana elected Wilmot Collins as their new mayor. In the process, the four-term incumbent mayor, James E. Smith, lost his reelection bid.
New York University, in partnership with Friends of Liberia and the United States Institute for Peace, will host a panel discussion on the 2017 Liberia elections this Friday.