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  • Baguio council warns to cancel construction firm's permits July 24, 2017
    BAGUIO City Councilor Leandro Yangot will move to cancel permits of EBA Construction if they don’t speed up repair work of the road that was damaged due to the firm's ongoing construction of a nine-storey building along South Drive. After the ocular inspection on Monday morning, July 24, at the South Drive Lot owned by […]
  • 33 La Trinidad drug surrenderers complete rehab program July 24, 2017
    SOME 33 drug surrenderers are now ready to return to the fold of society after completing a six-month community-based outpatient rehabilitation program in La Trinidad, Benguet. A former drug user, "Oliver" said drugs almost destroyed his life, and his job as a vegetable disposer at the La Trinidad trading post. Thanks to the program, Oliver […]
  • Tabuk City heightens campaign vs minor drivers July 24, 2017
    TABUK CITY, Kalinga -- The City Public Order and Safety Office (Poso) has intensified its campaign against minor drivers amid reports of high violations. Poso Dionisio P. Falgui III reported their office had recorded 1,911 traffic violators in the city from January to June, mostly minor drivers and driving without license. This explains why road […]
  • Call center agent nabbed in Baguio City drug bust July 24, 2017
    MEMBERS of Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) personnel arrested a call center agent last week in a drug buy bust operation. Authorities busted call center agent Paolo Aquino Rivera, 29, a resident of Labsan Street, Kayang Extension, Baguio City, during a drug bust along Abanao Street, Barangay Rizal Park. […]
  • Farming tech showcased in Fulbright research conference July 24, 2017
    ABOUT 150 Benguet farmers interacted directly with the principal Fulbright scientists of various farming technologies in simultaneous fora recently at Benguet State University, La Trinidad, Benguet. This technology showcase was a major part of the annual national conference on July 19-22 of the Fulbright Philippines Agriculture Alumni Association (FPAAA) which is a group of returning […]
  • Baguio, San Juan to forge sisterhood ties July 24, 2017
    BAGUIO City Vice Mayor Edison Bilog and San Juan City Vice Mayor Janella Ejercito-Estrada presided over a joint special session last week at the Baguio City Hall to forge the sisterhood ties between the two cities. The meeting was attended by elected officials, department heads, section chiefs and staff from San Juan City and several […]
  • Cordillera execs ask Duterte to fund infrastructure projects July 24, 2017
    LEADERS of the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) led by the Regional Development Council (RDC) chairman have asked President Rodrigo Duterte during their meeting at Malacañan Palace to consider the implementation of the Cordillera Roads Infrastructure Program (Crip) and the modernization of the Loakan airport as an urgent project. Baguio City Mayor and RDC Chairman Mauricio […]
  • DA works to strengthen Cordillera’s livestock industry July 24, 2017
    IN A BID to strengthen the livestock industry in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), the Department of Agriculture (DA) recently held the Animal Health and Welfare Workshop and Forum. At least three major obstacles are currently faced by the industry in the region discussed during the forum attended by livestock coordinators and technicians at the […]
  • Domoguen: The last station July 24, 2017
    “Everything that I know, I know because I love.” – Leo Tolstoy AUTHOR Jay Parini has written a book entitled, “The Last Station.” It is a novel about the last year of Leo Tolstoy’s existence. Literary critics in my time proclaimed it as one of the “best historical novels.” Jay Parini is a poet and […]
  • Olsim: In the end July 24, 2017
    “Who cares if one more light goes out?” Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington sang. For fans like us, we definitely do care. We do not need another lost flicker, not after Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell, or the many musicians who took out their own candle lights. Their music was very much part of our high school lives, […]

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  • Binatang ‘brokenhearted’ nagpakamatay sa Lucena City July 24, 2017
    NAGA CITY- Problema sa pag-ibig ang itinuturong dahilan sa pagpapakamatay ng isang binata sa lungsod ng Lucena. Kinilala ang naturang lalaki na si Angelo Untiveros, 21 anyos. Natagpuan na lamang umano ang katawan ni Untiveros na nakabitin sa loob ng kanyang kwarto at wala na itong buhay. Batay naman sa nakitang suicide note ng biktima, […]
  • Top 6 priority target sa Iloilo, arestado sa Roxas City July 24, 2017
    ROXAS CITY – Arestado ang 47-anyos nga Top 6 Priority Target sang Iloilo City Police Station sa drug buy bust operation sa Barangay Baybay, Roxas City. Yara sa kostodiya sang Regional Drugs Enforcement Unit 6 si Jessie Dela Llana sang Barangay Baybay, Roxas City kasunod sang operasyon sang RDEU6. Narekober sa posesyon sang suspek ang […]
  • Mga OFWs, napangiti sa sinabi ng Pangulong Duterte na bayani sila July 24, 2017
    LAOAG CITY – Nagagalak ang mga Overseas Filipino Workers sa sinabi ng Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa kanyang ikalawang State of the Nation Address sa Batasang Pambansa. Ayon kay Racquel Rumbaoa ng Kuwait, kahit walang sinabi ang Pangulong Duterte ukol sa proteksyon sa kanila ay napangiti naman ito nang sinabi na bayaning maituturing ang mga OFWs. […]
  • Mga Contractual, naghihinayang ngunit naiintindihan nila dahil sa inuuna ang mga panguhaning problema July 24, 2017
    LAOAG CITY – Naghihinayang ang mga contractual na mangagagwa dito sa lungsod ng Laoag na hindi nabanggit ng Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang pagtanggal sa “endo” o contractualization. Bagamat hindi ito nabanggit ng pangulo ay, nagpapasamalat pa din ang mga manggagawa sa mga natapos ng pangulong Duterte. Ayon sa mga ito, hindi sila nawawalan ng pag-asa […]
  • Suspek sa panghoholdap arestado; nambato at nakitapaghabulan pa sa mga otoridad sa sementeryo July 24, 2017
    LA UNION – Sa kulungan ang bagsak ng isang holdaper matapos na mahuli ng mga otoridad sa Barangay Ili Sur, San Juan, La Union. Sa isinagawang imbestigasyon ng mga otoridad, nagkasabay sa pampasaherong jeep patungo ng San Juan, ang biktima na si Rajev Ganaden, 23, negosyante, residente ng Barangay Catbangen, syudad ng San Fernando ang […]
  • Bata patay sa sunog July 24, 2017
    NAGA CITY- Patay ang isang bata matapos ang nangyaring sunog sa isang bahay sa Lopez, Quezon. Kinilala ang biktima na si Trisha Amor Villasanta, 12 anyos. Nasa loob umano ng naturang bahay sa barangay Banabahin Ilaya ang 12-anyos na biktima ng bigla na lamang sumiklab ang sunog. Batay naman sa inisyal na imbestigasyon ng mga […]
  • Kongresista kag Gobernador sa Capiz, dismayado sa SONA sang presidente July 24, 2017
    ROXAS CITY – Indi kumbinsido si Capiz 1st District Congressman Emmanuel Billones Sr., sa nangin kaundan sang State of the Nation Address (SONA) ni President Rodrigo Duterte. Ginpahayag ni Billones sa interview nga Bombo Radyo nga kulang ang kaundan sang SONA sang presidente bangud nasentro ini sa kampanya batuk sa iligal nga droga, kampanya kontra […]
  • Duterte, wala umanong malinaw na inilatag na accomplishments at wala ring natupad sa mga pangako re SONA July 24, 2017
    NAGA CITY- Wala umanong malinaw na inilatag si Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa kanyang ikalawang State of the Nation Address (SONA) hinggil sa kanyang mga nagawa sa unang taon sa pwesto. Ayon kay Vince Casilihan mula sa BAYAN Bicol, sinabi nito na walang natupad ang pangulo sa kanyang mga pangako noong unang SONA. Magulo rin aniya […]
  • 2 patay, 2 sugatan sa aksidente sa Bukidnon July 24, 2017
    CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Hindi na nakaligtas ang dalawang drayber ng motorsiklo nang magkabangaan sa San Isidro, Talakag, Bukidnon, madaling araw ng Lunes. Kinilala ang mga nasawi na sila Elmer Japos, 59, residente ng San Antonio at Jim Valdehuesa, 32, taga Macanhan, Carmen, kapwa mula sa lungsod ng Cagayan de Oro. Sugatan naman ang […]
  • ABC President, suportado ang programa laban na illegal na droga ni Pang. Duterte July 24, 2017
    LA UNION – Suportado ng ABC President ng San Fernando City, La Union ang illegal drug campaign ni Pangulo Rodrigo Duterte. Sa panayam kay Barangay Lingsat Capt. Alejandrino Mondina, ipinasigurado na nakahanda silang tumulong at suportahan ang kampanya ng Duterte Administration. Una rito, inihayag ng pangulo na hindi ito titigil hanggang hindi masawata ang paglaganap […]

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  • Baguio man faces raps after failed attempt to kill self with grenade June 9, 2017
    A former member of the defunct Philippine Constabulary is now facing a charge of alarm and scandal after failing in his attempt to commit suicide by detonating a grenade inside a building at the Baguio City Public Market on Wednesday (June 7). The post Baguio man faces raps after failed attempt to kill self with […]
  • Kin of cop slain by Maute in Marawi appeal for justice June 1, 2017
    The body of Senior Insp. Freddie Solar has returned home, a week after he was shot dead by members of the Maute Group when they laid siege on Marawi City on May 23. The body's return from Mindanao was financed by friends, classmates and relatives working overseas, said Teresita Sungar, Solar's grandmother. The post Kin […]
  • Baguio court junks cases vs Sobrepeña, top John Hay execs May 29, 2017
    A Baguio City judge has dropped the criminal cases against businessman Robert John Sobrepeña and other top executives of Camp John Hay Development Corp. (CJHDevCo). The post Baguio court junks cases vs Sobrepeña, top John Hay execs appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Planning a trip to Baguio CITY? Gas up in lowlands May 25, 2017
    If you are traveling on your own vehicle to Baguio City, make sure you have enough fuel to take you down to the lowlands to refuel in Pangasinan or La Union province. The post Planning a trip to Baguio CITY? Gas up in lowlands appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Baguio mourns 2 ex-mayors who steered city thru crises May 16, 2017
    In a span of six days, Baguio City lost its mayor who dealt with the impact of the 1990 killer earthquake, and another official who rallied residents when the summer capital was gripped by the meningococcemia scare in the early 2000. The post Baguio mourns 2 ex-mayors who steered city thru crises appeared first on […]
  • Vizcaya town treasurer loses gun, P30k to Baguio thieves May 8, 2017
    The municipal treasurer of Kayapa town in Nueva Vizcaya lost a gun and P30,000 to thieves at the parking lot of a Baguio restaurant on Sunday night (May 7), the Cordillera police said. The cash and a government-issued .45-pistol were inside a black sling bag which was taken from the van of 55-year-old John Benedict […]
  • Body found at Burnham Park by Baguio jogger April 27, 2017
    A jogger stumbled upon the body of an unidentified man at Burnham Park here on Wednesday morning (April 26) bearing what appeared to be a stab wound in the chest, the Cordillera police said. The body of the man, who was 5’3” to 5’5” in height, appeared to be between 25 and 30 years old, […]
  • Ex-basketball star Bong Alvarez accused of domestic violence by GF April 24, 2017
    Retired basketball player Paul “Bong” Alvarez was arrested on Sunday (April 23) for a domestic violence charge filed by his girlfriend, the police said. Mary Anne Dungca Ting, 38, complained that the 48-year-old Alvarez hurt her during a fight at a still undisclosed place in Barangay(village) Loakan Proper at 2:15 a.m. The post Ex-basketball star […]
  • Citing fraud, Supreme Court nullifies Baguio land titles April 17, 2017
    BAGUIO CITY—Reminding the courts that they need to be “more aware of the machinations used by unscrupulous parties to acquire and title lands in Baguio City,” the Supreme Court (SC) has invalidated seven transfer certificates of title (TCT) awarded to a local property owner for lands that grew in size from about 1.181 hectares (11,810 […]
  • 5 PRC officials charged March 26, 2017
    State prosecutors have filed graft charges in the Sandiganbayan against five officials of the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) over alleged anomalies in its 2012 lease contract for its regional office in Baguio City. The post 5 PRC officials charged appeared first on Inquirer News.