July 21, 2024
  1. The Davao group led by the country’s newest tycoon is reportedly interested in buying out the leased section of a former military base as part of its plan to expand its empire in Luzon.
  2. A public figure who knows how to better promote and propagate Baguio’s creative city status was not simply sidelined or ignored in the selection of members of the creative city council.
  3. DPWH and PNP must be strict in checking vehicles traversing Kennon Road, as many of those who claim to be residents of Tuba are actually visitors, who use the road going to Manila.
  4. Workers of this health care facility are hoping it is not yet too late for them to expect their benefits from last year, which they were supposed to receive before the Yuletide holidays.
  5. Several individuals, whose primary sources of livelihood are at Burnham Park would be given priority hiring when the major rehabilitation of the park commences.
  6. The relief drives mounted by many groups and individuals from the Cordillera in a bid to help victims of the Taal Volcano eruption only show that highlanders are naturally compassionate.
  7. Malacañang was quick to release P160M for farmers and fisherfolk affected by the Taal Volcano crisis after citizens chided the release of P50,000 to military celebrants in wake of the disaster.
  8. Several quarters wonder why there was no consultation on the planned rehabilitation of some areas in Baguio, as many of those concerned are not aware of a “socmed” campaign.
  9. Two aspiring politicians have not yet divulged their plans to run if a special election is to be held in Benguet in deference to the family of the late legislator, known as the Action Man.
  10. Information has it that those behind the arrest and subsequent filing of charges against a police officer for extortion are alleged protectors of members of the dreaded Acetylene Gang.
  11. Many barangay officials in Baguio and other urban areas are expected to heed the call of the DILG to clear all barangay roads from obstuctions in the second round of clearing operations.
  12. Several quarters claim an alternate route from Baguio to La Trinidad via the Balili River is more practical and cost-efficient than a cable car system from the city to Pugo, La Union.