Barangay merging on the way

BAGUIO CITY – The revived call for barangay merging of the 128 barangays in the city of Baguio is thoroughly being reviewed and evaluated by the city government here. Mayor Mauricio Domogan disclosed that the various meetings, consultations and forum with the punong barangays in the city concerning the proposed barangay merging resulted to a […]


City needs to improve local tax collection to attain self-sufficiency

BAGUIO CITY – The city needs to establish more sources of local revenues and improve tax collection to wean itself from external fund dependence and attain self-sufficiency, a member of the local finance committee stressed on Monday. City accountant Antonio Tabin, addressing City Hall’s flag-raising rites, said that while the city continues to improve its […]


Council irked by non-appearance of Cordillera cops

BAGUIO CITY – The members of the City Council were obviously irked by the continuous refusal of ranking officials of the Police Regional Office (PRO) in the Cordillera to appear before its regular session to shed light on the unceremonious transfer of a devoted city traffic police officer to Apayao for doing his job in […]


Market vendors to wear color-coded aprons

BAGUIO CITY – The City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance requiring public and private market and ‘talipapa’ vendors and helpers, except those in malls and shopping complex, to wear color-coded aprons while plying their trade and providing penalties for violators. The ordinance authored by Councilor Leandro B. Yangot, Jr. stated all public […]


BIR chief rallies Cordillerans to pay taxes

BAGUIO CITY – Commissioner Cesar R. Dulay of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) called on Cordillerans to pay their taxes to the government to help generate the necessary resources for the implementation of priority development projects and improve the delivery of basic service to the people, especially those in the countryside. Commissioner Dulay, who […]


High school studes support free dialysis campaign

BAGUIO CITY – The on-going campaign for free dialysis continues to draw support from the various sectors here with now over 32,000 signatures submitted for collation and submission later to concerned national government offices. More than 203 students and employees of the University of Baguio Science High School (UBSHS) headed by school principal Erlina De […]


Summer in Baguio activities up

BAGUIO CITY – “Summer Vacation (SUMVAC) in Baguio,” the city’s flagship summer offering unravels here starting this month with various treats for both the tourists and residents. Reli gious activities marking the Lenten season ushered in the calendar of events and more will be held over the three-month spread as mounted by the ecumenical and […]


‘Tone down’ reports? Stop the killings – UN expert

This comes after Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo appealed to Vice President Leni Robredo and the media to ‘tone down’ their reporting of extrajudicial killings MANILA, Philippines – United Nations (UN) expert Agnes Callamard challenged Philippine Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo to ask the Duterte administration to stop extrajudicial killings (EJKs) in the Philippines. Callamard issued this […]


Fast food, nakamamatay!

LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… Sapagkat ang sinumang kumakain at umiinom nang hindi kinikilala ang kahalagahan ng katawan at dugo ng Panginoon ay kumakain at umiinom ng kahatulan laban sa kanyang sarili. Iyan ang dahilan kung bakit mahihina at sakitin ang marami sa inyo, at may ilan ngang namatay na…” (1 Corinto 11:29-30, Bibliya). -ooo- FAST FOOD, […]


TurnYour Compassion into Action

In this time where social media is a part of life. People seemed to be very much concerned in having a million views, likes, and share. This has led to creating a lot of bizarre things just to be recognized even for just a minute in the world of billion users. We’ve seen things like […]