latest from Baguio Local News
THERE was the expected surge of election aspirants but the first day for filing certificates of candidacy (COCs) in Baguio City went without a hitch Monday.
SIXTY-YEAR-OLD Paula Sagayo went to the Commission on Elections (Comelec) office in Baguio City on Monday to file her certificate of candidacy.
The position she wants to run for: the presidency.
A STAKEHOLDERS meeting will be called to discuss the long-delayed relocation of the residents of Puguis in La Trinidad, Benguet, whose homes were destroyed by a landslide six years ago.
THE Baguio City police has classified 10 barangays as crime hotspots.
The police based the classification on the number of crimes committed in the barangays from January to September this year.
BAGUIO Mayor Mauricio Domogan wants barangay officials and residents more involved in the cleaning up of the Balili River.
LA TRINIDAD’s municipal government has intensified its antismoking campaign.
Leading the drive are the Municipal Tobacco Control Board (MTCB) and smoking control enforcement unit.
THE Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) has awarded 157 lot titles to residents of Scout Barrio in Baguio City.
EIGHT former rebels in Bontoc have received financial assistance from the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) for their livelihood projects.
Each rebel returnee received a check for P50,000.
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