Archive for June, 2016

CUD presidential aspirant urges lawmakers to scale back
June 28, 2016, No Comments

The Puerto Rico Legislature should seek to reduce the increasing load of regulatory, administrative and tax obligations ...

Help for delinquent mortgagors headed to Gov.’s desk
June 28, 2016, No Comments

Mortgage holders behind in their payments just got some help from the Puerto Rico Legislature though the bill still need ...

Sacred Heart Univ. gets $40K contribution from AT&T
June 28, 2016, No Comments

Sacred Heart University announced it has received a $40,000 contribution from AT&T to support 39 undergraduate scholarsh ...

Economists: Several aspects of PROMESA illegal, harmful
June 27, 2016, No Comments

Members of the Puerto Rico Economists Association believe there are several aspects of the Puerto Rico Oversight, Manage ...

New Board of Directors named at 2 local organizations
June 27, 2016, No Comments

The Puerto Rico Community Foundation and Association of Insurance Companies of Puerto Rico recently appointed new direct ...

Toyota Foundation backs big ideas to help environment
June 27, 2016, No Comments

For the 19th consecutive year, Toyota Foundation is accepting applications for its “Environmental Donations Program, ...

Lobbying for, against PROMESA heats up in U.S. Senate
June 24, 2016, No Comments

Lobbying efforts both for and against the approval of the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management and Economic Stability Act ( ...

WOSO founder Augie Cavallaro, II, dies at 85
June 24, 2016, 1 Comment

Augustine "Augie" L. Cavallaro II, founder of WOSO Radio in San Juan, died on June 11, 2016 in West Palm Beach, Florida ...

USDA has $52M for new Rural Energy Savings Program
June 24, 2016, No Comments

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Thursday the new Rural Energy Savings Program (RESP) program that that will ...

Water rate hike looms as lawmakers clash on PRASA bill
June 23, 2016, No Comments

A yet undefined increase on water rates for residential and commercial customers could come as early as mid-July, if law ...