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


Edith Colmo

US Embassy-Negros Museum to Conduct Art Workshop

share it Now!

A 7-day workshop on public art project will be conducted by the U.S. Embassy and Negros Museum every afternoon 2-6 pm April 11-17, at the Negros Museum, in partnership with zero One, an American-based NGO. The workshop is administered by the US Embassy through its American Arts Incubator program, will be handled by Felipe Castelblanco from the US Embassy, and Kate Spacek of ZERO ONE.

Holy Week Peaceful: PRO 6

share it Now!

There was no untoward incident recorded in Western Visayas during the entire Holy Week celebration, according to Pol Chief Supt. Josephus Angan, Regional Director, Police Regional Office (PRO) 6.

This is due to the intensified anti-criminality campaign and public safety operations of PRO 6, he said. Security was tightened anticipating the influx of people going to churches and passengers in different ports and terminals.

Brgy. Alangilan Folks Oppose Reclassification to Eco-tourism from Agricultural

share it Now!

Three kagawads of Brgy. Alangilan, Bacolod City, forwarded the sentiments of their constituents to Bacolod City Vice Mayor Greg Gasataya, opposing the plan to re-classify the whole barangay from agricultural to eco-tourism.

They were Kagawads Alex Sausi, Donard Alimpolo and Roy Retiza.

The opposition letter was dated February 15, 2015.

They said, they are urging the city government to comply with the stringent mandatory requirements and procedures set by law in the reclassification of agricultural lands.

Can BACIWA Cope With Mushrooming Malls Water Demand?

share it Now!

Bacolod City is now the seat of expansion of multi-billion peso establishments. Presently, several areas are not well served by BACIWA due to alleged increased sites of concessionaires.

But, the emergence of several multi-billion peso commercial establishments, for sure,. the demand of water would also soar.

According to Engr. Sammy Penado, AGM-Administration, BACIWA, the SM City Bacolod presently consumes 7,000 to 8,000 cubic meters of water per month. Eventually, it will increase once its expansion becomes operational.

Four Being ‘Floated’ as VP of Duterte

share it Now!

The Mayor Rodrigo Roa Duterte National Executive Coordinating Committee (MRRDNECC) has urged the Davao City Mayor to decide early if he wishes to run for president in the 2016 national elections. According to Atty. Jesus V. Hinlo, member of MRRDNECC based in Bacolod City, their group has floated to Duterte’s four possible materials as his running mate. DILG Secretary Mar Roxas, Sen KoKo Pimentel, Batangas Gov. Vilma Santos, and Sen. Grace Poe.