AN official of the Cebu City Government said the city’s street lamps only need to be fixed and not replaced.
CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama pledged not to fail Cebuanos when he took his oath of office yesterday and outlined his to-do list for his first 100 days.
WITH the recent spate of vehicular accidents, the Cebu City Council wants traffic enforcement agencies to adopt viable solutions and safety measures as a proactive measure to address road mishaps.
THE Cebu City Council wants the City Traffic Operations Management (Citom) to “cast an extra eye” on trucks and trailers carrying container vans within the city.
THE death of a Cebuano overseas Filipino worker believed to have been molested before she died has caught the attention of a local lawmaker.
METRO Cebu’s main water supplier is targeting a 24/7 supply of water in its franchise area by the end of next year.
THE Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) for Cebu City is achievable physically, institutionally and financially, with projected revenue of $15 million per year using the fare rate of jeepneys, foreign consultants
THE accident that killed at least 21 sightseeing Iranians prompted calls to install more traffic signs and warnings in Cebu City’s mountain barangays to prevent accidents.
IN celebration of Philippine independence, a priest yesterday challenged new and reelected leaders of the Cebu City Government to use freedom to make the city and the lives of its people “better and
A NON-GOVERNMENT organization wants the passage of a law that will ensure the “strongest” legal protection for domestic workers at the international and national levels.