The Young Women Christian Association of Liberia has received a US$7,500 donation from the International Monetary Fund.
Two members of the Liberian Senate have outlined several challenges impeding the workings of various committees at the body.
Finance and Development Planning Minister Amara Konneh and the Head of the Incident Management System Tolbert Nyenswah are expected to face the House of Representatives Statuary Committee on Health and Social Welfare soon.
The plenary of the House representatives have summoned the newly confirmed Education Minister George Werner and his deputies over the decision by the Education Ministry to close all schools by June 30.
Authorities at the Kakata Community College say there has been a 2.7 percent decline in the number of students enrolled at the school after schools opened in March.
A US$120 million investment deal for Sinoe is expected to be signed between the government of Liberia and Hummingbird Resources Plc, a gold exploration company.
The Environmental Protection Agency organized an event in Paynesville City to celebrate World Environment Day.
The last time James Sackie saw his father was on August 19, 2014. On that day, Sackie’s father, John Sackie, had fallen sick, vomiting and experiencing severe pains in his joints. No one except James would interact with his father, due to fear of contracting the deadly ebola virus that hit Liberia last year.