Covid tests in markets postponed

The surveillance testing in the three major markets of Bacolod City scheduled today has been moved to October 10 due to the change of schedule of the team of experts from the Department of Health Region 7, Bacolod City Administrator Em Ang said yesterday.


His memory lives on

We woke up to sad news yesterday that Governor Freddie Marañon had passed on to the next life, just before midnight Thursday.


He wouldn’t wear a mask

As soon as I turned on the TV yesterday, the headline struck me: “President Trump tests positive for coronavirus”! What? The President of the United States had no immunity against the most fearsome virus to ever hit the world? Alas, this one has no respect for rank or material possessions. Remember it had , as one of its earliest victims, the head of the United Kingdom who, luckily, survived it. Now we have to wait and see how President Trump and his medical specialist will deal with this.


UNegA vows to continue legacy, work

“We grieve the passing of our founder but our loss motivates us to continue the legacy and values that he left,” the United Negros Alliance officials and members yesterday said following the death of former Negros Occidental governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. Thursday night.

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Celebration of hope

For more than 20 years, photographer Ronnie Baldonado has never missed coverage of the world-renowned MassKara Festival of Bacolod City.

MGCQ violators nabbed

Two hundred ninety-two more individuals were apprehended for violating quarantine protocols in Bacolod City, that is still under modified general community quarantine until July 31.

DOST conducts free Webinar

The Department of Science and Technology Scholars Association in Region 7 (DOST SA 7) conducted recently 20 webinars covering industrial, environment, disaster risk reduction and management, health, research and development, academics, and leadership in Region 7.

2 killed in north Negros

Two persons died in a shooting incident Sunday in Sitio Bedio, Brgy. Codcod, San Carlos City, Negros Occidental.