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Don Salvador Benedicto: Creating resilience in the tourism industry
DON Salvador Benedicto (DSB), the summer capital of the province of Negros Occidental, started to get herded by local tourists who enjoy their leeway under the general community quarantine (GCQ).DSB is home to restaurants, cafes, and eateries situated in delightful ...
From 43 days ago
Despite Covid-19 threats Rotary holds annual assembly
THE coronavirus pandemic has never impeded incoming officers and members of the Rotary Club to hold its annual Club Assembly held at Bantug Lake Ranch in Barangay Alangilan, Bacolod City on June 27.Incoming President Atty. Belinda Siason presented her plans ...
From 44 days ago
Healthier dwelling awaits La Castellana residents braving the Covid-19
FOR those who are coping with the indications of the coronavirus disease, one needs a healthier dwelling so that his recovery will succeed fast.The choice of location for the residents of La Castellana who need to undergo a 14-day mandatory ...
From 46 days ago
SMB reopens community clinic in Barangay Granada
THERE is a growing need for basic medical checkup amid the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic.Symptoms of common flu could not just be taken for granted even if such may have just been caused by fluctuating weather conditions.With the Covid-19 pandemic, ...
From 46 days ago
La Castellana resilience: Living in harmony with volcanic hazard, pandemic
THE coronavirus pandemic has been somehow dominating the time and resources of local governments in the province of Negros Occidental and the country.Each local government unit (LGU) has strived to manage the risk of the Covid-19 pandemic that has seeped ...
From 47 days ago
Bacolod's beaches celebrate San Juan fest
THE feast of Saint John the Baptist was still celebrated in the shores of Bacolod City amidst the coronavirus pandemic.It was an opportunity for some to relish the real "Vitamin Sea" as beachgoers plunged into the waters along with family ...
From 48 days ago
Punta-Taytay beaches open on 'Fiesta de San Juan'
TODAY, June 24, is the feast of Saint John the Baptist more popularly called by the locals as "San Juan."Saint John was the one who baptized Jesus Christ at Jordan river including other repentant followers.If not for the coronavirus disease ...
From 49 days ago
Guerrero couple showcases buffet of succulents at mountainous farm
"HOME is where my plants are," declared Mrs. Hazelyn Guerrero, who has cultivated species of succulent plants with the help and support of her husband Engineer Boy Guerrero, their five offspring and their gardeners.Earlier, a buffet is normally applied to ...
From 50 days ago
Pristine waters of Gawahon Eco-Park
PEOPLE who are allowed to go out now find time to refresh their lost strengths in mountainous places which are considered safe to visit amid the coronavirus disease pandemic.But of course, only a few tourist destinations were allowed by the ...
From 51 days ago
Danding Cojuangco's death causes sadness to Negros politics, San Miguel group
THE demise of business tycoon and Philippine political kingmaker former Ambassador Eduardo "Danding" M. Cojuangco Jr. on June 17 has caused sadness to Negros politics, to his family, friends and his employees in San Miguel Group, Petron Corporation, and other ...
From 54 days ago