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353,000 register in BaCTrac

The Bacolod City coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) Contact Tracing (BaCTrac) System has registered some 353,012 residents and 7,012 business establishments, as of yesterday.           City Ordinance (CO) 941, “An Ordinance Implementing the Covid-19 Contact Tracing in the City of Bacolod”,

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Capitol dep’t head COVID positive

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz confirmed yesterday that a Capitol department head, who is the officer-in-charge of the Provincial Budget Office, tested positive for COVID-19.           Diaz, however, said the officemates of the OIC, who were immediately

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A rice farmer cultivating his field at Brgy. Abuanan, Bago City.* Nic Ledesma/CCN Photo

Javi declares bid for Victorias mayoralty post

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Movie actor and television personality Javier “Javi” Benitez, son of former Third District Rep. Alfredo Benitez, formally declared yesterday his bid for the mayoralty post of Victorias City in Negros Occidental. “I will be running for

‘Loved by people, feared by enemy’

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Loved by the people, feared by enemy. This is the mantra of Maj. Gen. Benedict Arevalo that he will apply in peace and development campaign in Western and Central Visayas, upon assuming command of the Army’s

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Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, mid- to high rise property developments continue along Bacolod City’s main thoroughfare.* Luis Kilayko/CCN photo

MRSGI ramps up e-commerce program

Metro Retail Stores Group Inc. (MRSGI) is accelerating its e-commerce initiatives and developing its digital assets to build what it calls the METRO Digital Ecosystem, it said in a press release. The program leverages on the development of a combination

Two slain soldiers get justice, says commander

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Justice has been served on two Army soldiers killed by New People’s Army rebels on April 3 in Brgy. Yao-Yao, Cauayan, Negros Occidental, following the capture and deaths, respectively, of some of their leaders in recent