latest from Cebu Feature
AN ADVOCACY group, along with concerned government agencies, have again urged drivers to keep box junctions clear to help ease the worsening traffic congestion in Cebu City.
WYNDELL Tapere, 39, never thought that he would become an “inatay” (ina at tatay) or a father-mother figure, at such a young age.
JAIME Momonga leaned against a freshly-painted wall groggily, the bags underneath his eyes pulling him to a quick nap.
IT was a fine, silent afternoon last May 23, and I could feel the cool breeze in the Mindanao State University (MSU) in Marawi, after spending the entire night doing my final requirements.
RONALDO (not his real name) was gambling in a casino in Cebu when one of the fancy table lights caught fire. “Mayta’g masunog ni. Makaundang na gyud ko (I hope this place burns. And then I’ll finally stop).”
A FEW years ago, a mountain of garbage, a muddy road and a foul smell marked the dumpsite in Barangay Umapad, Mandaue City.
At present, the area is a lot different from what it was before.
THE three graduates of the University of San Jose Recoletos (USJ-R), who made it to top 10 of May 2017 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) board exam, shared their success stories.
SEEING youngsters in a heritage site, let alone on a Friday night, is as rare as the excavated artifacts preserved in glass cases inside galleries.
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