FRENCH dignitaries were awed by the performances in yesterday’s grand parade, but what impressed them more was the Cebuanos’ devotion to the Sto.
THE fountain at the heart of Fuente Osmeña sports a new look and some new moves.
A MAN who tried to save his things was wounded after getting hit by the metal nozzle of a firefighter’s hose yesterday in Sitio Sto. Niño 3, Barangay Luz, Cebu City.
DEVOTEES were urged to guide their kids in living a Christian life and to commit to the “common vocation of discipleship” in yesterday’s Children’s Mass at the Sto. Niño Pilgrim Center.
WINNERS of this year’s Sinulog dance competition will be receiving more classical and elegant trophies, said Sinulog Foundation Inc. (SFI) executive director Ricky Ballesteros.
A CANDIDATE seeking the disqualification of Margot Osmeña and Ronald Cuenco in the May elections is now accusing the two candidates of submitting “unauthenticated and uncertified” photocopies of documents denouncing their US citizenship.
LIKE Rep. Tomas Osmeña (Cebu City, south district), Vice Mayor Joy Augustus Young won’t concede defeat to Councilor Edgardo Labella who was proclaimed vice mayor in last Monday’s elections last Thursday night.
Young said the Bando Osmeña Pundok Kauswagan (BOPK) will file a protest before the Commission on Elections (Comelec) against the results for both the mayoral and vice mayoral races.
CAMBINOCOT provided the answer to the question that hung for hours.
Who between incumbent Vice Mayor Joy Augustus Young and Councilor Edgardo Labella won the Cebu City vice mayorship?
A WOMAN from Barangay Guadalupe, Cebu City lost P49,000 in cash and P131,000 worth of jewelry to a woman who posed as a psychic.
Flordeliza Santillan of Sitio Sudina, Barangay Guadalupe told Sun.Star Superbalita that she entrusted her money and jewelry to a woman named Irene, who introduced herself as a psychic from Siquijor.
THE more than 1,770 public school teachers in Cebu City who served as board of election inspectors (BEIs) during last Monday’s elections have yet to receive their P4,000 honorarium.
They thought they would get it immediately because Commission on Elections (Comelec) chairperson Sixto Brillantes Jr. had announced that they would.