latest from Baguio Local News
THE ABS-CBN network has cancelled a concert at Mount Santo Tomas in Benguet following concerns raised by environmental groups about the potential damage to the forest reserve’s ecosystem.
DESPITE struggling to fight deterioration, the Banaue Rice Terraces continue to lure visitors from all over the world.
Last year, about 90,000 tourists visited the terraces, which is a cultural heritage site.
THE developer of Camp John Hay, which has been ordered by the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA) to give up control of the former US military base, is determined to put up a fight.
THE Philippine Councilors League will hold its Luzon Congress at the Baguio Convention Center May 6 to 7.
The workshop is expected to be attended by 6,000 councilors in Luzon.
THE chairman of Camp John Hay Development Corporation lashed out at the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA) for issuing eviction notices to property sub-lessees at Camp John Hay.
THE growing lack of interest among the youth in farming could spell the end for the Banaue rice terraces.
THE declaration of Burnham Park as a heritage site has not discouraged Baguio City authorities from proposing the building of a car park at the popular city landmark.
TWELVE barangay chiefs in Baguio City who championed worthy projects in their communities were honored by the Rotary Club of Metro Baguio.
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