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  • Dad's day out at Shangri-La Mactan May 29, 2022
    LOOKING for ways to make dad, pops and grandpa feel like kings this Father’s Day? For the dads who want nothing for themselves but everything for their family, Shangri-La has something in store for a truly exciting #DadsDayOutinMactan! Honor the Man of the House this June 19 with a full armory of experiences, from dining […]
  • Bunye: Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa @ 31 May 22, 2022
    ON THE 31st anniversary of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa (PLMun) this week, I extend my warmest greetings and best wishes to PLMun President Dr. Raymond Arcega, President Emeritus Dr. Ellen Presnedi, PLMun Board of Regents headed by Mayor/Congressman-elect Jimmy Fresnedi, the department heads, faculty and staff and the student body.It is a proud […]
  • Editorial: Sustain health literacy May 22, 2022
    There is a moral somewhere in these tales of contrasts.Vaccination hubs opening in malls are empty at most times. Social media posts about citizens getting booster shots are noticeably fewer. The photos also show no lines anymore.In contrast, traffic has returned to pre-pandemic level. In congested highways, airports, and malls, face masks are still worn […]
  • CEDC, GTFI team up for Toledo City community initiatives May 22, 2022
    GLOBAL Business Power Corp. (GBP) subsidiary Cebu Energy Development Corp. (CEDC) and Metrobank Group’s GT Foundation Inc. (GTFI) have teamed up to implement projects that would help the community of Toledo City in continuously combating Covid-19 and in adapting to the new normal.As limited face-to-face classes in selected schools have been allowed since February, countermeasures […]
  • Cebu schools get 'Siab' packages from PLDT Group, Fiberhome Tech May 22, 2022
    THE School-in-a-Bag (Siab) of PLDT Inc. and Smart Communications Inc. (Smart) has continued to reach far-flung schools as face-to-face classes resume in the province of Cebu.In partnership with PLDT and Smart Foundation Inc. (PSF) and FiberHome Technologies, PLDT and Smart recently turned over Siab packages to Cabagdalan Elementary School in Balamban, Mahanlud Elementary School in […]
  • Legaspi: Unofficial and partial learning from the 2022 elections May 22, 2022
    A GOOD friend asked me to name my choice for President in the May 2022 elections. I answered that the leader that we need is someone who I think is not on the list. I am doubtful of the electoral process in this country. He cut me and told me that we need hope for […]
  • Victorias City farmers now own 90-hectare land May 22, 2022
    THE Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) has installed 82 farmers in Victorias City on the 90-hectare land in simultaneous agrarian reform beneficiary (ARB) installation rites earlier this month.The ARBs were installed in the property formerly owned by Elena Montelibano located at Hacienda Dolores, Barangay 20 in the northern Negros Occidental city.Municipal Agrarian Reform Program Officer […]
  • Ombion: Martial Law victims know best May 22, 2022
    MARTIAL Law victims know best and can teach right. They don't lie, they cannot and will not. It's not a matter of pride. It's an honor and integrity of being mortal.Unlike the Marcoses now back in power after 50 years, they have no sense of truth for their world is nothing but deceit and contempt.Thousands […]
  • 2 Cebu City barangays seek, destroy mosquitoes' breeding sites May 22, 2022
    AT LEAST two barangays in Cebu City have ramped up their cleanup drives to destroy the breeding grounds of mosquitoes that carry dengue, a potentially fatal viral infection.Guadalupe has brought back the “4-o'clock habit,” which encourages residents to clean their surroundings and check stagnant waters at 4 p.m. every day as cleaning before evening is […]
  • Care for Cebu’s Canyons: Southern towns launch sustainable tourism initiative May 22, 2022
    It has become a common theme for photojournalists or netizens to snap and post photos of a popular tourist spot, before and after a huge event.First image, a pristine shore that’s a piece of paradise. Swipe to the left, a display of destruction people are capable of through plastic litter—bottles, wraps, you name it.On this […]

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  • 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 […]
  • Female cadet tops 2022 PMA graduating cadets May 10, 2022
    BAGUIO CITY—A female cadet from Koronadal City is the top cadet of the graduating Philippine Military Academy “Bagsik Diwa” Class of 2022. Cadet First Class Krystlenn Quemado, the class valedictorian, is one of the five female class members on the class’ top 10  list. The 214 members of Bagsik Diwa will be commissioned into junior officers […]
  • Magalong casts ballot on election day in crowded school in Baguio May 9, 2022
    BAGUIO CITY—Mayor Benjamin Magalong cast his ballot at about 9:30 a.m. on Monday, May 9, at a crowded Roxas Elementary School. Magalong arrived with his wife Arlene but had to circle in search of his classroom at Precinct 14A. “The place is a little crowded, but people are wearing masks. Our election officers and teachers […]
  • 3 national artists endorse Robredo to fight ‘darkness’ May 3, 2022
    MANILA, Philippines — Three national artists have spoken out in Baguio City about the upcoming 2022 national elections, saying that they have decided to back Vice President Leni Robredo’s candidacy as her campaign provides light amid an impending “darkness.” National Artist for Film Kidlat Tahimik said before the 30,000-strong crowd in Baguio on Monday that […]
  • Nat’l artist Rio Alma: We asked bets to back cultural protection, only Robredo answered May 3, 2022
    MANILA, Philippines — National Artist for Literature Virgilio Almario, also known by his pen name Rio Alma, has revealed that artists have asked all presidential candidates in the 2022 polls to support their plans for cultural protection and preservation, but only Vice President Leni Robredo responded to the query. During his speech in Baguio City […]
  • Cordillera group backs Leni-Kiko tandem May 2, 2022
    BAGUIO CITY––At least 500 delegates of the Cordillera Peoples Alliance threw their support behind the presidential candidacy of Vice President Leni Robredo and her running mate, Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan. The delegates, who gathered Monday for the closing ceremony of the 38th People’s Cordillera Day, also expressed their support for Makabayan senatorial candidates Neri Colmenares […]
  • Girl, 2 others dead in Baguio road crash April 29, 2022
    BAGUIO CITY––Three people, including a 6-year-old girl, died, while 10 others were injured in a three-vehicle collision on Friday, April 29, in this city, police said. Initial investigation showed that a cargo truck traversing the descending portion of Asin Road hit a taxi around 7 a.m. Due to the impact, the taxi also bumped a […]
  • Robredo says heckling of daughter during Baguio sortie an ‘isolated case’ April 28, 2022
    LUCENA CITY, Philippines — Vice President Leni Robredo believes the heckling her youngest daughter experienced at the Baguio City Public Market was just an isolated incident, which would not affect the camp’s campaign operations. Robredo, in an ambush interview after the mini rally at Catanauan town in Quezon province  on Thursday, was asked on her […]