The eco-waste management team of Greening CHMSC Task Force, in collaboration with the Center for External Affairs and the Supreme Student Government of the Carlos Hilado Memorial State College, conducted a half-day orientation and training to a group of faculty
BY ROGER D. BELTRAN The first “Pag-amlig”, a tree-planting and camping activity, was held at the Fabricanus Village Café and Campsite in Sitio Old Fabrica, Brgy. Cabagna-an, La Castellana, Negros Occidental on April 1-2, and drew more than 50 participants.
Murcia celebrated Women’s Month in March through a series of activities geared towards women empowerment, and highlighted by livelihood trainings. About 240 women from the 23 barangays of Murcia participated in and benefitted from the livelihood project undertaken by the
Going back to Ilog SB Mark Vargas and his LGBTQ+ advocacy, he has devoted most of his time entertaining the town’s residents by conceptualizing the Kisi Kisi Festival where participants dress up in costumes representing the bountiful seafood that could
The Christian Artists National Various Arts Society, in partnership with His Life Ministries and the International Care Ministries, will hold an art and musical event, titled “Resurrection Lilies”, at Sta. Clara Drive, Bangga Subay, Mandalagan in Bacolod City, from April
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Three persons, including a student, drowned while gathering seashells, or “kayog”, from the Himogaan River in Brgy. Paraiso, Sagay City, Negros Occidental Sunday, the police said. P/Lt. Abundio Diaz, Sagay City deputy police chief, identified the
Personnel of the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office disinfect the bags and luggage of overseas Filipino workers upon arrival at the Bacolod-Silay Airport Sunday* City DRRMO photo
BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III A total liquor ban may be imposed anew in Bacolod to arrest the continuing surge of coronavirus infections in the city, Dr. Chris Sorongon, Emergency Operations Center deputy for data and medical analysis, said yesterday.
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson issued a memorandum yesterday adopting a four-day work week and a day of work from home for Capitol employees, effective immediately, as six more provincial government employees tested positive for Covid-19. “This
BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO Bacolod Mayor Evelio “Bing” Leonardia said yesterday that he is not yet ready to entertain politics since the health and safety of the people are on top of his priorities during this time of the pandemic.
The cutting of decades-old trees at the old airport in Bacolod City drew censure from residents and netizens alike* APN III photo