Baguio’s UNESCO recognition hailed

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan welcomed the latest feather on the cap of Baguio City after it was named as one of the sixty four cities worldwide to be part of the prestigious Creative Cities Network of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The local chief executive, who is in […]


City to highlight ‘green architecture’ in Ganza parking

BAGUIO CITY – The local government will highlight the use of ‘green architecture’ in the planned put up of a 4-storey multi-level pay parking building within the Ganza parking area which was identified and earmarked for parking purposes. Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said that plans being prepared for the multi-level parking building will include ‘green […]


Congestion at City Jail, reported

BAGUIO CITY – The Baguio City Jail (BCJ) has a total population of 619 inmates or persons deprived of liberty (PDLs) as of October 26, this year, with 511 in the male dorm and 108 in the female dorm. BCJ male and female dorm wardens J/CInsp. Crispin Dornagon, Jr. and J/SInsp. April Rose Ayangwa, respectively, […]


Market porters support clean, green campaign

BAGUIO CITY – Hundreds of porters in the city’s public market expressed their support to the local government’s clean and green campaign ad to reduce the volume of pickpocketing incidents for the sustained law and order in the market. The commitment of the porters was made during recent consultations conducted by the Committee on Market, […]


No more plastic and styrofoam at the public market

BAGUIO CITY – The Baguio City council recently approved ordinance no. 35, series of 2017 also known as the Plastic and Styrofoam Free Baguio ordinance to continuously preserve the environment for the sake of the constituents of Baguio and its future generations. Acting city mayor, vice mayor Edison Bilog believes that the best location where […]

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The Lakan and Lakambini Royal Court John Dayasen and Nida Tabat representing the veterans; Renato and Luzvimin Asuncion of BARP; Alexander Nigos and Letecia Generao of PIGRA; and Patricio and Herminia Pascua of FBASECA pose for posterity after receiving their respective medallion, flower crowns ,trophies and bouquet during the presentation as part of Baguio’s “Pista […]


City to designate April 22, June 5 as Carless Days

BAGUIO CITY – Motor vehicles will be barred from roaming around the city once a proposed ordinance is passed designating every April 22 and June 5 as Carless Days in the city to help significantly reduce the increasing pollutants in the city’s air. Councilor Elaine D. Sembrano stated the implementation of Carless Days shall cover […]


City to regulate games of chance

BAGUIO CITY – The conduct of electronic games and other games of chance in the city will be strictly regulated once a proposed ordinance governing the operation of electronic games, bingo and other games of chance will be enacted. Councilor Edgar M. Avila said that upon the effectivity of the measure, a special committee on […]


Lion’s Head informal settlers get reprieve

BAGUIO CITY – Dozens of informal settlers within the vicinity of the Lion’s Head in barangay Camp 7 were able to get a 30-day reprieve after the Department of Public Works and Highways – Baguio City District Engineering Office (DPWH-BCDEO) gave in to their appeal for the rescheduling of the demolition of their illegal structures. […]


5 Benguet towns record good air quality

BAGUIO CITY – The Cordillera office of the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB-CAR) disclosed that the air quality in the five Benguet towns surrounding the city were able to register good air quality based on the results of the ambient air quality monitoring conducted by the agency in strategic areas within the said municipalities. EMB-CAR regional […]