353,000 register in BaCTrac

The Bacolod City coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) Contact Tracing (BaCTrac) System has registered some 353,012 residents and 7,012 business establishments, as of yesterday.           City Ordinance (CO) 941, “An Ordinance Implementing the Covid-19 Contact Tracing in the City of Bacolod”,


Capitol dep’t head COVID positive

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz confirmed yesterday that a Capitol department head, who is the officer-in-charge of the Provincial Budget Office, tested positive for COVID-19.           Diaz, however, said the officemates of the OIC, who were immediately

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And they call them ‘Games’!

As I write this, the report on TV is announcing that the United States and its European allies are staging war games amid Russian tensions!  Oh dear Lord! All we need now with this COVID pandemic still raging is a

City Comelec logs 1,185 new applicants

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III Most of the voters’ applications in Bacolod were new registrants, City Commission on Elections Officer Kathrina Trinio Caña said yesterday. Of the 1,185 new applications received last month, 674 were first-time voters aged 18 years

OCTA says Bacolod area of concern

The vaccination rollout at the Ayala Malls Capitol Central for Bacolodnons under the priority list started Saturday, and will continue this week* City PIO photo

More financing options for MSMEs

Micro, small and medium enterprises continue gaining access to credit, partly through the establishment of credit surety funds, with about 15 additional CSFs expected to register until end-2021. In a virtual briefing, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas governor Benjamin Diokno said

Bayanihan 3 revenue sources to be discussed

The leadership of the House of Representatives and the economic managers will meet tomorrow to iron out some differences in both the spending side and the revenue side of the proposed Bayanihan to Arise as One Act or Bayanihan 3.

Lacson to form provincial panel for peace talks

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson said yesterday that he will issue an executive order creating a provincial peace panel for localized peace engagements in Negros Occidental. The creation of the multi-sectoral group peace panel, that will include