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Why this site was down (2014-10-27) The last 3 weeks we could not upload this site due to some problems within the design. The firm that did it already closed or we could not find the people behind it. It turned out to be a blessing in disguise. We did the first step to revise this site (which is loooooooong overdue) to serve you better. Its revision will take sometime but the ball has already started rolling. You will see a better one sooooooooon
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Mayor assures no open waste in esl sitepaul rillorta

BAGUIO CITY – The fifty hectare area within the 139 hectare city property in Santo Tomas eyed to house the city’s first Integrated Solid Waste Management System (ISWMS) has been identified.

This was revealedRead moreLegarda tells Filipinos to value the role of indigenous peoples in developmentBy Dexter A. See

BAGUIO CITY October 24 – Filipinos must recognize the important contributions of indigenous peoples and indigenous cultural communities in the overall development of the country considering their richRead more2 killed, 1 hurt as truck plunges into ravine in ApayaoBy Dexter A. See

CONNER, Apayao October 24 – Two people died while another was seriously injured when the truck they were riding in suffered from mechanical trouble and plunged into a 30-meter deep ravine along the CagayanRead moreBenguet search for outstanding Math and Science club adviser is onJeana Y. Angluben

The Math and Science Education Program Supervisors of Benguet, Wilfred C. Bagsao and Mila T. Caliging, respectively, announced the application of the Search for Outstanding Math and Science Club AdviserRead moreDantay-Sagada Road await repair of defective works Gina Dizon

SAGADA, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE - Removing and replacing of defective parts of the Dantay–Sagada road await completion by contractors who have not fully complied with instructions to that effect by the DepartmentRead moreP50M needed for repair of Baguio Athletic Bowl solvedBy Dexter A. See

BAGUIO CITY October 24 – The Department of Public works and Highways (DPWH) and the Department of Tourism (DOT) provided for the P50 million needed by the city government to jumpstart the full rehabilitationRead moreNo e-gambling in Baguio– PAGCOR chiefBy Dexter A. See

BAGUIO CITY October 24 - The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) will not approve applications for e-games in Baguio City because of the refusal of the city government to issue an officialRead moreOplan Kaluluwa traffic schemeJulie G. Fianza

BAGUIO CITY – The Baguio City Police Office has released the traffic advisory to take effect 5:00 a.m. to midnight of Nov. 1 and on All Souls Day.

The advisory is part of the meeting of Oplan KaluluwaRead moreIfugao, Kalinga score high in measles- rubella-polio mass immunization(JDP/MBL with reports from Gigi Dumallig)

LAGAWE, Ifugao, Oct. 21 (PIA) - - The Measles-Rubella Oral Polio Vaccination (MR-OPV) mass immunization drive in the provinces of Ifugao and Kalinga reached more than 95% of the total eligible populationRead moreAnti-smoking campaign intensifiedA Refuerzo

CHILDREN OF THE WORLD-- Baguio's children join the celebration of United Nations Day, waving the flags of different countries with their matching cultural attire. ** By Bong Cayabyab

BAGUIO CITYRead more Rediscovering Pasil Freedom TrailGeraldine Dumallig

PASIL, Kalinga, Oct. 25 (PIA) - - As a potential eco-tourism destination of Kalinga, the Department of Tourism (DOT) with officials from the provincial and local government, recently explored theRead moreRegistration of skilled but unemployed pushed Peter Balocnit

TABUK CITY, Kalinga, Oct. 20 (PIA) - - The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) intensifies its campaign for the registration of skilled yet unemployed workers as it recently oriented barangay chairmenRead moreCity to hold mass consultation on tax increase Aileen Refuerzo

HONEST CAB DRIVER-- Vice Mayor Edison Bilog presents a plaque of appreciation to honest taxi cab driver Venancio Bulatao Peralta who returned a money bag containing P120,000, an iPad, sunglasses and importantRead more