Alfalit International, a nonprofit organization working in Liberia, has donated more than 400 bags of rice and other food items to the Women in Peace Building Network in several communities in Bong.
Deputy House Speaker Prince Moye has challenged members of the Liberian media to lead in providing awareness on human trafficking and its negative consequences.
The Liberia National Police has arrested and retrieved a vehicle from two alleged armed robbers in connection to a September 20 robbery in Gbarnga, Bong.
Tammy Bondo, a mother of four, lost her fifth child in a cesarean section last week Wednesday at the C.B. Dunbar Maternity Hospital in Gbarnga. Her wound from the surgery has not healed fully and she still struggles to walk.
Police in Bong has arrested, charged, and sent to court Amos Molon, 29, for murder and rape in connection to the 2018 death of Satta Binda, 17, in Gbartala.
President George Weah has reinstated the superintendent of Bong, Esther Walker, following more than four months of suspension.
The United States aid agency, USAID, has dedicated and turned over a library and five staff housing units to Cuttington University.
The Association of Liberia Community Radio has elected new officials to steer the affairs of the organization for the next three years.