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Justin K. Vestil
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Minor hitches mar solemn procession
DESPITE occasional rains and difficult crowd control, the solemn procession of the Sto. Niño yesterday went without major hitches. Church officials praised the Cebuanos and devotees for showing their faith amid the unpredictable weather yesterday. Devotees from different walks of life successfully ...
From 631 days ago
Waived fees for investors
INVESTORS who are currently doing business or are planning to invest in the southern town of Minglanilla may soon enjoy incentives from the southern Cebu municipality. This after the town’s legislative body approved an ordinance that will provide incentives to small, ...
From 632 days ago
LTFRB to summon taxi driver, woman in viral video
THE Land Transportation Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB)-Central Visayas will summon the taxi driver and woman involved in an alleged harassment incident that happened outside the Basilica Minore Del Santo Niño last Monday. LTFRB 7 director Ahmed Cuizon told reporters he will ...
From 635 days ago
Fare increase ahead?
COMMUTERS taking buses and minibuses will have to pay higher fares soon. Julito Flores, Cebu Provincial Bus and Minibus Operators Cooperative (CPBMOC) president, said they want to implement bus fares based on the latest matrix approved by the Land Transportation Franchising ...
From 636 days ago
80,000 devotees join religious walk
AMETHYST Caña, 50, makes it a point to join the Penitential Walk for Jesus every year. Caña, a resident of the City of Naga, Cebu, was one of 80,000 devotees who attended the opening salvo of the 453rd Fiesta Señor ...
From 640 days ago
Image of Sto. Niño visits 3 detention facilities
ARTHUR, a 17-year-old resident of the Cebu City Operation Second Chance (CCOSC), asked for two things when he faced the pilgrim image of the Sto. Niño yesterday. Arthur prayed that the Sto. Niño grant his plea to be reunited with ...
From 642 days ago
Public school teachers look forward to higher salaries
PUBLIC school teachers are expecting a larger take-home pay and allowances starting this month. Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Briones said an increase in salaries for public school teachers is expected following the implementation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration ...
From 646 days ago
Camomot’s remains placed inside a special tomb
THE remains of the late Archbishop Teofilo Camomot didn’t emit any foul odor when it was exhumed last Wednesday, a forensic expert said Thursday. Dr. Erwin Erfe admitted it was the first time that he encountered such a case in his ...
From 647 days ago
Mother’s death traumatizes family in Malabuyoc
MARY Flor Quirante, 41, has no plans of returning to her house in Barangay Looc, Malabuyoc, Cebu anytime soon. Quirante told Sunstar Cebu that she doesn’t want to relive the memory of seeing her mother lying dead after being pinned by ...
From 648 days ago
'Agaton' claims 1 life
ONE person was killed while 623 families were evacuated due to heavy flooding and landslide after Tropical Depression Agaton made landfall in southern Cebu earlier today. According to the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO), nine towns and one ...
From 649 days ago