HUNDREDS of residents in four barangays in Pinamungajan town signed manifestos, alleging their barangay captains illegally used Capitol-issued vehicles.
CEBU Archbishop Ricardo Cardinal Vidal looks forward to the day when election monitors like C-Cimpel will become “superfluous and useless on election day.”
RACHEL Marguerite “Cutie” del Mar, congresswoman-elect of Cebu City’s north district, has no plans of joining the newly formed Cebuano bloc in the House of Representatives.
RESIDENTS of Oprra, Barangay Kalunasan are complaining about the allegedly erroneous records of the Cebu City Assessor’s Office.
BUS operators in Cebu City and Cebu Province want employees of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) 7 to provide efficient service to the transacting public.
ALTHOUGH there will be no monetary assistance that will be given to the families who have lost their homes to the fire in Barangay Tinago, the Cebu City Government assured it will help them rebuild th
AS THE end of the election season approaches, officials look forward to resuming work on infrastructure projects that were stalled when the Commission on Elections (Comelec) enforced last March 26 a b
A CEBUANO legislator is proposing that Congress hold a special session to proclaim a new president and vice president early.
GOV. GWENDOLYN Garcia and Vice Gov. Greg Sanchez Jr. took the lead in an unofficial tally, with the ballots of about 27 percent of Cebu’s voters counted.
A PARTY list group has filed its third complaint against a police officer for allegedly participating in partisan politics.