Sagay City


Three (3) barangays from Negros Island Region (NIR) qualify as national finalists in the 2016 Lupong Tagapamayapa Incentives Awards (LTIA), an annual incentive award system given to Lupong Tagapamayapa who exemplifies efficiency in its operation, effectiveness in settling interpersonal disputes and demonstrates creativity and resourcefulness in the implementation of barangay justice system known as Katarungang Pambarangay (KP).

Brgy. Poblacion, Amlan, Negros Oriental

2 SCAA Killed, 2 Captured But Freed Later, 1 Wounded in NPA Attack of Detachment

SAGAY CITY - Two paramilitary men were killed, two abducted but released later and one wounded when alleged members of New People’s Army (NPA) numbering about 50 attacked a paramilitary detachment in Hacienda Erlinda at Sitio Aliwanay, Barangay General Luna here about 5:30 a.m. yesterday.

Police Inspector Adrian James Albaytar, Deputy Police chief of Sagay City PNP said the attack was sudden that the occupants in the hacienda compound owned by newly-elected city councillor of Sagay City Christopher “Atoy” Marañon were caught by surprise.

Girl Electrocuted in Sagay City Cockfarm Fence

SAGAY City, Negros Occidental- An eleven year-old girl was electrocuted when she touched a live wire encircling cockfarm fence in Barangay Rizal here at noon Friday.

Police Chief Inspector Eduardo Corpuz, Sagay City PNP chief identified the victim as Lenny Dorias, 11, temporarily residing at Barangay Rizal but a native of Purok Ipil-Ipil in Barangay Malubon also in the said city.

She sustained burns all over her body after grasping into the cyclone wire around the cockfarm not knowing it had a live wire attached to it.

Woman’s Body Found Floating in Sagay City; Another in Garbage

SAGAY CITY - An unidentified body of a woman was found floating at the seawaters of Purok Mansanillas, Barangay Old Sagay, this City Wednesday afternoon, while skeletal remains were also found in a garbage here, also Wednesday.

Police Chief Inspector Eduardo Corpuz, Sagay City PNP chief said the woman was wearing a striped blue and red shirt and short pants and stands about 5 feet in height and was believed to be a lesbian. She was floating when found by fishermen at the seawaters of San Pedro Beach.

Sagay City Celebrates 20th Charter Anniv, Oath Taking Of Newly Elected City Officials

SAGAY CITY - Sagaynons gathered in its unique tradition of unity to celebrate its 20th Charter Anniversary and witness the oath taking of newly elected city officials. The celebration opens with a Thanksgiving Mass officiated by Fr. Erwin Magnanao, St. Joseph Parish of this city.

Newly inducted councilors: Mr. Donato G. Marañon, Mr. Georgie S. Javelosa, Mr. Arthur Christopher D. Marañon, Engr. Santiago D. Bitera, Dr. Miller V. Serondo, Engr. Rodnel H. De Los Reyes, Engr. Jose A. Frange, Mrs. Felisa L. De La Cruz, Mrs. Milagros A. Mainit, Mr. Sherden A. Sy with inducting office Judge Reginald Fuentebella.*