• GILBERT P. BAYORAN A total of 191 neophyte Army soldiers are up for deployment to infantry units of the 3rd Infantry Division in Western and Central Visayas, following the completion of four months basic military training on September 26
• GILBERT P. BAYORAN The House of Representatives has unanimously approved on third and final reading a bill that would institutionalize a mechanism to refund customers in case of outages and disruptions with their internet or telecommunications services. Gaining 278
Speaker Ferdinand Martin G. Romualdez on Wednesday said the enactment into law of the “Trabaho Para sa Bayan Act” demonstrates the unwavering dedication of the administration of President Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. to the welfare and prosperity of our citizens.
CAMELEON Association Inc., a non-governmental organization dedicated to ending child sexual abuse held its first Break the Silence conference on September 22, at Bacolod City Government Center. Break the Silence (BTS) is an annual conference held by CAMELEON to call
The Philippine Statistics Authority – Negros Occidental welcomed the Bacolod-Silay Airport as the newest addition to its roster of Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) registration centers in the province. Installed on November 13, the PhilSys Registration Booth is situated at the
Bacolod Traffic Authority Office (BTAO) head Patrick Lacson recently gathered with modernized jeepney operators, together with mall manager Sharon Ciocon of Ayala Malls Capitol Central, to discuss the potential opening of new routes connecting to Ayala Malls Capitol, according to
• GILBERT P. BAYORAN Truth always prevails. This was the reaction yesterday of Moises Padilla Mayor Ella Garcia Yulo, who along with husband, Felix Mathias Segundo Feria Yulo III, were acquitted from charges of illegal possession of firearms and explosives.
“Women have always been the backbone of a large majority of farming businesses, and they probably not had the recognition they deserve.” – Minnete Batters The name Dolores Ceralbo is a story to tell. A story of poverty and hunger
CARAVAN. Traditional jeepney drivers and operators held a caravan in Bacolod City yesterday as they protested against the PUV modernization program of the government.*
• CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO Papal Nuncio to the Philippines Charles John Brown D.D. led the 3rd Ceremonial Christmas Tree-Lighting and Thanksgiving Celebration of Park Inn by Radisson Bacolod on Thursday. He was joined by Bacolod Councilor Em Ang, who represented