Police and fire service officials are investigating the cause of a fire that left a victim’s body burnt beyond recognition in Tubmanburg’s Vai Town Two community.
Joseph Boakai Offers Scholarships, Dines With Graduates From Four High Schools in Tubmanburg
Former vice president Joseph Nyumah Boakai has offered full university scholarships to four students from four high schools in Tubmanburg, Bomi.
Nine-Year-Old Girl Dies After Drowning in Open Well in Bomi
A nine-year-old child has died after drowning in an open well in Tubmanburg, Bomi.
Judge Peabody Calls for Collaboration Among Justice Sector Stakeholders in Bomi
Kennedy Peabody, the newly assigned judge at the 11th Judicial Circuit Court in Tubmanburg, has called for full participation and better coordination among stakeholders of Bomi, to efficiently and effectively deliver justice, through the court.
Liberia Forest Sector Project Turns Over US$330,000 Regional Complex to FDA and EPA in Bomi
A US$330,000 regional complex built in Bomi to host the Forestry Development Authority and the Environmental Protection Agency has been turned over to the government.
Edwin Snowe Wins Heated Senatorial Election in Bomi
The National Elections Commission has declared Rep. Edwin Melvin Snowe as the winner of the December 8 special senatorial election in Bomi.
Gender Ministry Calls for Women’s Issues to Be Prioritized by Senatorial Candidates
As Liberians go to the polls on Dec. 8, the Gender Ministry is calling on more concern from candidates to have more gender-sensitive platforms to ensure that women’s rights can be promoted.
100 Persons Rendered Homeless After Rainstorm in Bomi
At least 100 persons were made homeless after a violent Thursday morning rainstorm in Bomi.