latest from Cebu Local News
SAYING it could affect business, the new president of the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) expressed concern on the recent spate of killings in Cebu.
THE Mandaue City Government reduced the P5,000 fine to P500 for first-time violators of the ordinance that prohibits the use of face covers by motorcycle riders within Mandaue.
A MEMBER of the committee tasked to evaluate the unsolicited proposal for an P18-billion development in the South Road Properties (SRP) wants the proponent to give assurance that they can pursue the project.
THE Basak Barangay Council in Lapu-Lapu City declared Sitio Santo Niño, commonly known as Tamiya, under a state of calamity yesterday after almost 300 houses were hit by fire last Tuesday night.
MEMBERS of the San Fernando Municipal Council want the police to provide them with security following the murder of Councilor Alexander Alicaway.
ABIGAIL Son Marquez passed the March 2018 Medical Technologist (MedTech) Board Exam and felt she was a topnotcher.
SPO2 Protacio Meredores has been patrolling Cebu City’s mountain villages with the Cebu City Mobile Force Company (CCMFC) and inhaling fresh air in the past five years.
IF you are looking for a place where you can pray and reflect during the Holy Week, try going to Sitio Dubdub in Barangay Magsico, San Fernando.
All rights reserved. SunStar Publishing, Inc.