Your ads here!!! Contact us if you want this space...


Bacolod City

Puentevella Orders ‘No Parking’ Rule at Downtown Bacolod Starting January 1st

share it Now!

Bacolod City Mayor Monico Puentevella is advising the public that parking along the downtown area including parts of Araneta and Lacson Streets from the Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) up to Barangay Bata from 7:00AM to 6:00PM will be strictly prohibited starting January 1, 2015.

CHRISTMAS PARTY BY THE SEA. The personnel and staff of the Negros Daily Bulletin headed by Editor-in-Chief Ruperto G. Toga, (4th R) pose for souvenir after their guests have left the picturesque viewing Deck No. 7 at the Punta Taytay Seaside Christmas Party last Friday, Dec. 19.*

The NDB printing and circulation staff thinking of a second round on the table.*

In a press conference last Friday, Puentevella explained that the implementation of the “No Parking Rule” is in preparation for the city’s hosting of the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting on Open Data Initiative on April 16-17, 2015.

It will likewise gear Bacolod for the ocular visit of the APEC National Organizing Committee (APEC-NOC) lead by Deputy Director-General for Conference Management and Services Ambassador Ma. Angelina Sta. Catalina and Deputy Director-General for Operations Anthony Alcantara.

“Bacolod will be on the spotlight next year, and we have to put our best foot forward,” said Puentevella.

The mayor also sees the move as a step that will eventually decongest the traffic situation in the city, especially in business areas like Lacson Street.


Puentevella also said that the installation of Closed Circuit Televisions (CCTV) along the city’s major thoroughfares will begin this month.

The Command Center will be at the Old City Hall in downtown Bacolod where a team will be tasked to monitor traffic conditions and accidents for immediate assistance.

These cameras will also be useful during natural or manmade calamities and that the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (CDRRMC) can deploy their quick response teams to the location, added the mayor.

Bacolod City Joins Global Campaign vs. Death Penalty

share it Now!

The city of Bacolod held a commemorative program last night to reiterate its commitment on the global campaign against the death penalty.

Mayor Monico O. Puentevella signing his commitment to their pledge

City Councilor Anna Marie Palermo delivered the welcome remarks with Regional Director of the DOJ of the Pardons and Parole Board of Region 6, Ms. Charito A. Zamora giving a short background of the Cities of Life.

City Councilor El Cid M. Familiaran read the resolution relative to the city’s commitment to the global campaign.

Bacolod City Mayor Monico O. Puentevella stated that he’s totally committed to the campaign and thanked the employees, the PNP, media and the civic-spirited citizens who attended the program.

City Councilor Sonya Verdeflor delivered the closing remarks.

The affair was highlighted by the replica marker lead by Mayor Puentevella with all the City Councilors present, followed by a candle ceremony.

Bacolod Tops Illegal Drugs Campaign

share it Now!

The Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) is the number one performing police force in Western Visayas in conducting the most number of operations to thwart the movement of illegal drugs in the city.

The announcement was made yesterday by P/Supt. Noel Polines, Operations and Plans chief, during the regular meeting of the City Peace and Order Council (CPOC) at the Bacolod People’s House Annex Building.

Polines said the city topped other cities and provinces in Western Visayas for the campaign against illegal drugs.

BCPO Implements “Kapaskohan 2014”

share it Now!

Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) is implementing “Kapaskohan 2014” with intensive security measures to important public places in celebration of holidays.

Supt Noel Polines, BCPO Operation chief said that police personnel will be detailed to ports, terminals, churches, malls and public plaza.

He said, Bacolod City Public Safety company will augment to safe guard Central Negros Electric Cooperative (CENECO), Bacolod City Water District (BACIWA), pawnshops and depots where the public are frequent during the holiday.

Police Solves Pawnshop Robbery, 1 Suspect Nabbed

share it Now!

In less than three or four hours after the incident was reported to them, Police Station 1 solved the robbery of Cebuana Lhuillier Pawnshop located along Gatuslao Street with the arrest of one of the suspects Saturday.

Police Senior Inspector Joefer Cabural, police Station 1 chief identified the arrested suspect as Fritz Vallares Deniza, 18 of Purok Kaingin, Brgy. Singcang-Airport this city.

Deniza was with two other suspects identified as a certain “Mac-Mac” of Brgy. Sum-ag and “Kevin” of Brgy. Taculing.


Your ads here!!!