By Tetch Torres-Tupas
There is no failure of elections, Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Sixto Brillantes said Monday, amid reports of stalled voting in parts of the country due to defective print count optical scans (PCOS) machines, missing lists, and power outages.
Remove the expanded value-added tax and charge all Filipinos with a much lower flat tax to allow the breadwinner to bring home more money.
President Benigno Aquino’s disappointment over the poor state of the summer capital’s environment has sparked a debate among Baguio officials over the correct number of the city’s annual tourists.
By Jeannette I. Andrade
Left with nothing to go by except a woman’s claim that she was kidnapped, the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) admitted they were hard-pressed for answers in connection with the alleged abduction of an ABS-CBN network employee last week.
By Michael Lim Ubac
President Benigno Aquino III would rather stay at his official residence by the Pasig River this Holy Week watching “Jesus Christ Superstar” than smell the flowers and pine trees of Baguio City, which he no longer finds cool, perhaps, literally and otherwise.
By Karen Boncocan
There was no “falling apart” and the new venue for the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) can accommodate more than 2000 supporters, the opposition’s campaign manager Navotas Representative Toby Tiangco said on Sunday.
By Karen Boncocan
Vice President Jejomar Binay will not be able to make it to the United Nationalist Alliance’s (UNA) rally at the Baguio Convention Center Sunday night after all.
By Jamie Elona
The simultaneous sortie of Team PNoy and the opposition coalition United Nationalist Alliance in Baguio on Sunday will give people the chance to hear which party has a better government platform, UNA’s newly appointed deputy campaign manager said Friday.
Police are investigating the robbery at a lotto outlet here on Feb. 28, with doubts raised that it may have been an attempt to cheat the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO).
A private company will begin replacing the 105-year-old Baguio market with a modern commercial building after the May elections, following an 18-year delay due to a legal challenge.
By Desiree Caluza
Major roads were closed to traffic and almost every street vendor had something to sell on Saturday at the grand street dancing of this year’s Baguio Flower Festival, popularly known as Panagbenga.
By Jhoanna Marie Buenaobra
For a cup of coffee or a P10 to P20 bet, a group of men, many of them retirees and the city’s old-timers, gathers at the Igorot Park here daily to play chess.
Classes in some elementary schools here were cut short on Monday afternoon after a 4.5-magnitude earthquake shook the city at 3:16 p.m.