latest from Baguio Local News
THE Baguio City Council will review the 19 conditions covering the turnover of Camp John Hay to the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA).
FLYING the athletes of the Cordillera region to Tagum City for the Palarong Pambansa helped them achieve their best finish ever in the annual sports event, an education official said.
THE government cannot shut down Lepanto Consolidated Mining Corporation's gold mining operations in Benguet while a court case is pending, a mining official has admitted.
A COURT judge has denied the request of Jadewell Parking Systems Corporation to direct the Baguio City Government to issue a business permit for Jadewell pay parking operation.
THE Camp John Hay Development Corporation (CJHDevCo) will look at new investing opportunities in Baguio City after it gives up the former military facility.
THE International Council on Monuments and Sites (Icomos) Philippines will meet the community leaders of Sagada to sound them out on ways to bring responsible tourism to the popular highland town.
THE trade fair that coincided with the Lang-ay Festival last April grossed P7 million in sales.
The Market Committee of the Lang-ay Festival said 119 exhibitors took part in the fair, the biggest Lang-ay event so far.
FOUR municipalities in Ifugao are vying for the Rafael M. Salas Population and Development Awards regional level.
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