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  • Sangil: I am a movie fan then and now September 26, 2022
    The road to success is always bumpy. You may once in a while going off the rails but you must always be like a yo-yo and should be back to the grasp. Most people know Ramon Revilla Jr. Jinggoy Estrada, Lito Lapid and Robin Padilla. They were the most popular action stars during their prime. […]
  • Tantingco: The Minstrel of Mabalacat September 26, 2022
    Ysagani Ybarra (Siegfried Ranada in real life), did not gain the national stature that other singers gained from covering his songs, nor received the kind of recognition he deserved from his compatriots and cabalen when he was still alive. But now that he’s dead, he will surely become a legend and a larger-than-life figure whose […]
  • De Leon: Would Genz finally erode the influence of misinformation? September 26, 2022
    Gen Z may be more immune to the lure of misinformation because younger people apply more context, nuance and skepticism to their online information consumption, experts and logic suggest.As the first generation to grow up with social media, Gen Z has an innate comprehension of how to create and move online content, which makes them […]
  • Angeles mayor orders evacuation of families near creek September 26, 2022
    ANGELES CITY Mayor Carmelo “Pogi” Lazatin Jr., has ordered the evacuation of 51 families residing near a damaged creek slope in Barangay Amsic.During his inspection on Monday morning, Lazatin ordered the evacuation of 51 families, composed of 212 individuals.Lazatin also ordered the City Engineer’s Office led by Engineer Donato Dizon to check the integrity of […]
  • Candaba dad aids ‘Karding’ victims September 26, 2022
    CANDABA Councilor Rene “RamJ” Maglanque Jr. of this town provided immediate assistance to victims of typhoon “Karding” on Sunday evening. Maglanque visited evacuation centers at the height of the onslaught of typhoon “Karding” on Sunday evening to check on the situation of displaced families. He expressed gratitude to the families for their cooperation with the […]
  • 'Ligligan Parul' to be brighter, more competitive this year September 26, 2022
    CITY OF SAN FERNANDO The 114th edition of the world renowned "Ligligan Parul" or Giant Lantern Festival (GLF) in the City of San Fernando promises to be brighter and more competitive as 10 entries take center stage on December 17, 2022 before a now face-to-face crowd expected to gather at a mall in this city.More […]
  • 26 Pampanga villages underwater, 598 families evacuated September 26, 2022
    CITY OF SAN FERNANDO Typhoon Karding left a trail of destruction in Central Luzon with 26 barangays Pampanga underwater and 598 families in evacuation centers as of Monday, September 26.Reports from the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said that some three barangays in Minalin are currently flooded. These include Barangay Santo Domingo, Santa […]
  • 4th District ALS passers get Capitol assistance September 26, 2022
    CITY OF SAN FERNANDO Governor Dennis "Delta" Pineda, Vice Governor Lilia "Nanay" Pineda, and the Provincial Sangguniang Panlalawigan extended the help of the Capitol for Kapampangans who passed under the Alternative Learning System (ALS) Program of the Department of Education (DepEd) from the fourth district of Pampanga.On behalf of Governor Pineda, Fourth District board members […]
  • Globe ready to deploy free call, WiFi stations in areas affected by ‘Karding’ September 26, 2022
    CLARK FREEPORT Globe has started preparations for the potential impact of Karding, which reached super typhoon category after “explosive intensification” early Sunday morning and is on track to cross Luzon.Globe’s technical and support teams are on standby in areas forecast to be affected by the storm to ensure the stability of network operations. Network facilities […]
  • PLDT, Smart activate free calls, charging in typhoon hit areas September 26, 2022
    CLARK FREEPORT PLDT and its wireless unit Smart Communications Inc., (Smart) have activated their free calls and free charging services in areas hit by super typhoon "Karding."Free calls and free charging stations are up Nueva Ecija - (a) Smartzone Office (formerly Mactal Hardware) 601 Paco Roman St., Bgy. Supermarket, Cabanatuan City; (b) Lazaro Francisco Integrated […]

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  • Pagasa: Fair weather throughout PH on Thursday September 21, 2022
    MANILA, Philippines — Fair weather will prevail throughout the country on Thursday, except in the Zambales and Bataan area in Luzon where overcast skies and rain are expected due to the southwest monsoon, said the state weather bureau. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa), however, said it is currently monitoring two weather […]
  • Baguio execs seek apology to Ibaloys for land loss September 20, 2022
    BAGUIO CITY, Benguet, Philippines — Baguio was designed and built 113 years ago by the American colonial government on Ibaloy land, for which the local and national governments should apologize, according to indigenous peoples members of the city council during their session on Monday. This sentiment was expressed by Ibaloy councilors and their colleagues with […]
  • Fair weather to prevail over PH on Wednesday – Pagasa September 13, 2022
    MANILA, Philippines — Fair weather will prevail over the entire country on Wednesday, but isolated rain brought by thunderstorms remains likely, said the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa). “Sa Maynila pati sa nalalabing bahagi ng Luzon patuloy nating aasahan ang maaliwalas na panahon lalo na sa umaga hanggang tanghali na may mataas pa […]
  • Pagasa: Overcast skies in some parts of PH due to ‘habagat’ September 5, 2022
    MANILA, Philippines — Cloudy skies and rain are forecast over parts of the country on Tuesday due to the southwest monsoon, locally known as the “habagat,” said the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa). “Makakaapekto pa rin ang southwest monsoon sa Palawan, pati sa Central Luzon kaya posible pa rin sa Bataan, Zambales […]
  • Quake forces closure of Kennon Road, other routes in northern Luzon July 27, 2022
    BAGUIO CITY—The Kennon Road in this city has been closed to traffic due to multiple slides after the magnitude 7 that shook Luzon Wednesday, July 27, morning, the Department of Public Works and Highways announced. Despite an incident of erosion, one lane of the Marcos Highway, a major route up to the summer capital, is […]
  • Baguio student falls off building during magnitude 7 quake July 27, 2022
    BAGUIO CITY—A student in this city fell off her dorm after trying to use the fire exit during the magnitude 7 earthquake on Wednesday, July 27. The 19-year-old student fell from the fourth floor of A’s Dormitory and landed on an unloading cab. According to the cab driver, Pedro Abad Jr., the victim’s head landed […]
  • Baguio execs seek halt to tree-cutting June 21, 2022
    BAGUIO CITY, Benguet, Philippines — The city council has proposed a five-year moratorium on tree-cutting activities while existing and future forest lands are fenced off from settlers and managed by government foresters to protect the remaining forests and parks here. Set for second reading are proposed Ordinances No. 0105-20, which would freeze all tree-cutting permits […]
  • Baguio’s gains, losses in modern charter May 21, 2022
    In 1909, a large rock at a bridge over the Irisan River and a bridge over a small creek leading to La Trinidad Valley were marked by the Philippine Commission as part of the boundaries of Baguio City. Designed and built as a hill station by the American colonial government, Baguio became a chartered city […]
  • Reelected Baguio City mayor calls for post-election healing process, pardons detractors May 16, 2022
    BAGUIO CITY —  Reelected Mayor Benjamin Magalong on Monday said that he has forgiven all his detractors and called for the start of the post-election healing process. Magalong said the 2022 campaign was beset by lies and manufactured stories that “made people  hate other people,” and “groups to hate other groups.” He did not elaborate. […]
  • PMA plebe dies from blood ailment May 10, 2022
    BAGUIO CITY––A freshman cadet died in March from a blood-ailment, which could not be detected by routine medical screening, officials of the Philippine Military Academy said on Tuesday (May 10). The late Fourth Class Cadet John Robert Arroyo of South Cotabato died on March 7 from aplastic anemia, a serious condition akin to cancer when […]