budget

Early okay of P4.4B budget assured

The Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Negros Occidental is targeting to complete the deliberations of the proposed P4.4 billion budget of the province for 2021, before the end of this month.           This was after the SP Committee on Finance, chaired by

READ MORE »
Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on email
Email
MORE STORIES

PFMC closer to securing ECC for Iloilo flour mill

Philippine Foremost Milling Corp. (PFMC), one of the country’s biggest flour companies, is one step closer to securing an Environmental Clearance Certificate (ECC) for the construction of its modern flour milling facility in Barangay Ingore, Iloilo City, a press release

Our glory, our home

Yesterday we celebrated the feast of the Ascension of the Lord. The Acts of the Apostles tell us that after his resurrection, Jesus appeared to his disciples, presenting himself alive to them by many proofs and giving them instructions for

Capitol vows to pursue P1.2B bulk water project

• GILBERT P. BAYORAN There is no stopping from the provincial government of Negros Occidental as it pursues its bulk water project, amid opposition from members of the Silay City Sangguniang Panlungsod and sugar planters, as confirmed by Mayor Joedith

Capitol gives P11.8M agricultural assistance

Farmers in the 5th district of Negros Occidental have availed of P11.8 million in rice and corn agricultural inputs, from the provincial government headed by Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson. Lacson and Rep. Emilio Bernardino Yulo, assisted by Mayor Rogelio Raymund

Italianni’s opens 2nd Bacolod branch

• CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO Italianni’s Restaurant recently opened its 33rd branch in the country at the ground floor of Ayala Malls Capitol Central in Bacolod City. The popular restaurant chain, known for its great American-Italian food, is the second Italianni’s

Photo of the Day

DEVOTION. Vendors selling devotional items across the San Vicente Ferrer Parish-Shrine, also known as “Vito Church” located at Barangay Vito in Sagay City, Negros Occidental.* Andrew Altarejos photo