PH Covid-19 cases now 52K

The country’s coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infections continue to rise, with the Department of Health (DOH) yesterday reporting another four-digit increase bringing the country’s total number of active cases at 52,914.


Southern Negros to get lab

A molecular laboratory with the capacity to conduct 1,000 COVID-19 tests a day is set to rise in southern Negros Occidental, Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz said yesterday.


10 brgy officials face raps

The barangay captain and nine other officials of Mansilingan in Bacolod City were charged for alleged irregularities in the selection of Social Amelioration Program cash grant recipients during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis, before the Bacolod City Prosecutor’s Office yesterday.


P22 million released to 286 MSEs

The Small Business (SB) Corp. already released P22 million to 286 micro and small enterprises (MSEs), including seven from Western Visayas, under the Covid-19 Assistance to Restart Enterprises (Cares) program, as of July 8.

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Photo of the Day

NO WATER. An employee of Baciwa-Primewater replacing the 12″ diameter valve in Handumanan that resulted in water service interruption affecting more than 30 areas in Bacolod City starting yesterday morning* Baciwa-Primewater FB photo

2 NPA guerilla fronts dismantled in Negros

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN The Philippine Army’s 3rd Infantry Division reported that it has dismantled two New People’s Army guerilla fronts in Negros Island, with another soon to follow. Maj. Cenon Pancito III, spokesperson of the 3rd Infantry Division, said

4 suspects in slay of brgy captain nabbed in NegOr

Four suspects in the killing of a barangay captain in Negros Oriental yesterday were nabbed in Vallehermoso town, the police said. Sketchy investigation reports said the four are allegedly guns-for-hire and hail from Mindanao. No other information was made available

No travel to LGUs with full quarantine facilities

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Travelers to local government units in Negros Occidental with triple digit Covid-19 cases and whose quarantine facilities are fully occupied will be denied entry, Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson said. But Lacson said that inbound travelers to

Negros Occidental to adopt ICT apps of provincial scholars

The Negros Occidental Information and Communications Technology scholars enrolled at STI-WNU University in Bacolod City, presented to Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson their ICT outputs, that the provincial government will make use of, as part of employing ICT to spur economic

The Madwoman of Taliwood

That’s how I affectionately call world-renowned concert pianist Leonor Kilayko. I grew up hearing about her grand concerts in Manila and abroad, reading about it in the national newspapers only. She seemed so distant and unapproachable, continuing her training in