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BAGUIO Flower Festival executive committee chairman Councilor Elmer Datuin said registration for the trade fair, Burnham Blooms, is ongoing, with 220 stalls up for grabs.
BENGUET’S highest mountain peak will be off-limits to hikers every Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting this January until May 2018.
FROM being drug free, the Police Regional Office – Cordillera noted the resurgence of illegal drugs in 60 barangays in the region.
CHILDMINDING centers to help working mothers and laying in clinics for the expectant may soon rise in Baguio City.
BENGUET province is set to benefit from the billions worth of infrastructure projects sourced out by Rep. Ronald Cosalan.
THE Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) registered an all time high with its fire collection fee as part of its mandate of ensuring fire safety of homes and establishments Cordillera region.
BAGUIO City Mayor Mauricio Domogan is facing a probe by the Commission on Elections over allegations of violating the election code.
BAGUIO Water District has assured the public of an improved water supply once the rehabilitation of the rain catchment basin in Mount Sto. Tomas is completed later this year.
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