FISHING NREB Chairman Jose Layug Jr. (center), with Renewable Energy Monitoring Bureau Acting Director Mylene Capongcol and REMB Assistant Director Marissa Cerezo at the public consultation in Bacolod City yesterday.* ( MLG photo )


Pa, 2 kids killed,
2 others injured

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

A land conflict and old grudges are being looked into by police probers as the motive behind the hacking to death of three members of a family about 10 a.m. yesterday in Sitio Cambugnay, Brgy. Cabacungan, La Castellana, Negros Occidental.

Luis Solis and his two children, Marcelino, 11, and Lady Luisa, 6, all died after they were hacked by the suspect identified by the La Castellana police as Richard Paquera of the same place,without any provocation.

Initial police investigations showed that Luis was on his way home from the Cabacungan barangay proper, when he met Paquera, 23, along the road, who hacked him. moremoremore


Now I have control of cops: Arceo
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

Mayor Jose Nadie Arceo yesterday declared that he now has control of the police force in Hinigaran, Negros Occidental, after the relief of Senior Inspector Lawrence Gerald Bathan as the town police officer-in-charge.

“This is the first time that I have the control of the police since I assumed office (as the mayor of Hinigaran),” Arceo said.

Arceo said he also dissolved the anti-illegal drug task force, which he created before, since he now has trust and control over the police. . moremoremore

 

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Dumaguete acts on scattered
trash complaints in Candauay
BY JUDY F. PARTLOW

Dumaguete Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo yesterday said the city government will rent an additional bulldozer for the dumpsite in Barangay Candauay to clear trash spilling over to the road, following complaints from road users and residents.

He made the announcement after some photos were posted recently on Facebook showing heaps of garbage in the middle of the road at the Candauay dumpsite.

He disclosed that the local government will procure its own bulldozer in the coming months to keep up with the demand at the open dumpsite, while efforts are now underway to find a sanitary landfill as required by law.