By Jeannette I. Andrade
With the “amihan,” or the northeast monsoon, now in full force at the beginning of the “tropical winter” months of November and December, the public can expect much cooler days ahead, signaled by the low temperatures recorded in Luzon in recent days.
By Desiree Caluza
For the past 80 years, candles have been lit and flowers offered in a tomb that caretakers of the Baguio City public cemetery reckon to be the oldest in the area.
The growing threat of infectious diseases like Ebola and the impact of the economic integration in Asia next year have become compelling reasons to unionize the country’s nurses, members of Philippine Nurses Association (PNA) said here on Wednesday.
By Jhoanna Marie Buenaobra
All Saints’ Day brings a bit of Hollywood-inspired glitz to Baguio, a city built a century ago by the American colonial government, as tourists return for the eerie atmosphere and the ghost stories during the day of the dead.
A trip to the Baguio City market became an interesting chore for parents and their children on Sunday.