Saturday, September 21, 2019
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Sangil: Amado Espino aka Espines
LAST week, the Pangasinan provincial police formed a special task force to conduct an investigation on the ambush of former Governor Amado Espino Jr. I know the man. Many Capampangans know him. To his friends in Pampanga and Angeles they ...
From 5 days ago
Sangil: Secretary Tugade, your attention please
WHEN the issue on traffic is tackled, there will be many suggestions, and controversies not far behind. Just the other day, in a Senate hearing, Senator Grace Poe and Department of Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade were locked in horns with ...
From 10 days ago
DIFFERENT strokes for different folks. The lifestyles of Capampangans is worth noticing and should be written about. In the early years, the rich Capampangans, particularly those living in Manila, grouped together and formed a ball club called "Man Communidad Pampanguena," ...
From 12 days ago
Sangil: How do you solve a problem like Faeldon?
MORE than a year ago it was exposed that more than P90 billion in revenues lost to Road Board graft. With that kind of money, if not only lost to corruption, we can even pave our roads with gold. Now ...
From 17 days ago
Sangil: The farmers come last
WHEN I was about 10 years old and was still in the primary grade in Porac, I always looked forward during school breaks. There were not much houses then in our barrio Cangatba. All families were known to each other. ...
From 19 days ago
Sangil: Let's talk about population
BELIEVE it or not. This was in 1975. Me and my friend Dan Tinio, then president of the Angeles based Vinta Wood Enterprise, came from a meeting in a Makati Hotel and were on our way back to Angeles City. ...
From 24 days ago
Sangil: D for discipline, C for considerate
THE brothers Lazatin, Congressman Jonjon and Mayor Pogi were photographed while discussing the construction of a bypass road which will still start in Barangay Pulung Maragul and will wind up at the EPZA area in Pulung Cacutud. If the bypass ...
From 26 days ago
Sangil: Ninoy Aquino of Tarlac
THE news at home back then was that President Ferdinand Marcos, the strong man who declared martial law in 1972, was ailing and will die anytime soon. Senator Ninoy Aquino, who was viewed to succeed Marcos, was still in Boston ...
From 31 days ago
Sangil: On the streets where you live
MY FRIEND Mariz Mandocdoc, current vice president of Clark Development Corporation, still remember this for sure when I was tapped then by CDC President Romy David to head a committee to rename all streets inside then Clark Special Economic Zone ...
From 33 days ago
Sangil: Pampanga in the 50s and 60s
IF YOU belong to the what-they-call “millennial generation,” the following names will not ring a bell. Higinio Gopez of Porac, German Galang of Sta. Rita, Jesus Santos of Mexico, Anastacio Gallardo of Candaba, Monica Mercado of Sasmuan, Salvador Limson of ...
From 38 days ago