At least two persons have died and one injured in a tragic motorcycle accident in Pleebo.
After Liberian health authorities announced the second case of the Coronavirus disease, otherwise known as COVID-19, the Ministry of Transport has issued new restrictions for public transportation.
Royal Air Maroc has been ordered to pay US$350,000 in damages to a lawyer for losing his luggage in a case that began almost five years ago.
With only about two months left in the dry season, River Cess citizens are calling on their leaders to rehabilitate a 17-mile stretch of road leading from Palm Bush Junction to Cestos, the county capital.
The Millennium Challenge Account-Liberia and the Ministry of Public Works have committed to coordinating their efforts to strengthen Liberiaâ€™s capacity to provide routine maintenance of paved and unpaved primary roads.
AÂ delegation from LiberiaÂ is attending this weekâ€™sÂ thirdÂ Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety in Sweden, Stockholm.
A new city regulation relocating three parking terminals and barring street selling in Kakata has led to a weeklong protest by vendors and commercial drivers. The new regulation being enforced was introduced by the Kakata City Corporation.
The United States Embassy in Monrovia has announced, with immediate effect, a temporary suspension in the issuance of non-immigrant visa in Liberia. The embassy made the disclosure on its official website on Monday, Dec. 9.