TWO women are now facing estafa charges before a local court for failing to pay credit card debts.
A CLUBHOUSE manager of a posh subdivision and three others were sued for an unaccounted P45,621.75 cash earnings.
PUBLIC Attorney's Office (PAO) in Davao Region chief said on Monday their office lacks seven lawyers to meet the ideal number of 45.
ALL systems go for the Davao leg of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Basketball League that will open on April 13 at the Almendras Gym Davao City Recreation Center (DCRC).
FCA Philippines national director Gary Visitacion, in an e-mailed statement furnished to Sun.Star Davao, said basketball is one of the sports that FCA uses to reach out to coaches and athletes over the country. Similar FACBL already kicked off in Cebu City, Manila and Bacolod City.
REGISTRATION for the Phoenix Petroleum Araw ng Dabaw Marathon, set on March 10 from SM Lanang Premier to SM City Davao Ecoland, opened on Monday.
The marathon, dubbed as “The SM to SM Run”, features the male and female 3K, 5K, 10K, 21K and 42K with registration fees of P199 (3K,5K), P399 (10K), P599 (21K), and P799 (42K).
MA-A National High School (MNHS) and University of Mindanao (UM) players outshine their rivals in the just-concluded SBC Youth Individual Weekly Tournament at the Fairlanes Bowling Center.
Steven Boromeo of MNHS hit a total of 234 pinfalls in two games to rule the boys event over teammate Mar Panwell Yap and Assumption College of Davao's Jhul Cañeda who placed second and third, respectively. Yap rolled a total of 233 pinfalls while Cañeda scored 194.
THE Ateneo de Davao University (AdDU) clinched four titles in the just-concluded 4th Sakya Filipino Chinese Football Cup held at the Tionko field over the weekend.
AdDU went home with the boys 14-under title at the expense of Philippine Academy of Sakya, Anakk Sta. Cruz, and SOS Children’s Village that placed second, third and fourth, respectively. Joshua Lim was named most valuable player (MVP) of the same category.
THREE McDonald's restaurants will be constructed in Davao City this year, a top official announced.
Rebecca Roselada, Human Resource director of Golden Arches Development Corporation, the company that operates McDonald's in the Philippines, said construction of one of the three restaurants is now underway. All the three restaurants will be up in the downtown area.
AS IT continues to provide opportunity for working students, the McDonald's has forged a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the Department of Labor and Employment (Dole) in Davao Region for the implementation of government's Special Program for Employment of Students (Spes).
In a press conference held at the Dole regional office on Dacudao st. in Davao City, officials of Dole and the Golden Arches Development Corp. (GADC), who operates McDonald's in the country, vowed to continue giving working opportunity for college students who want to pursue their education and earn their own money at the same time.