By Camille Anne M. Arcilla
While most Navoteños were in no mood to celebrate after Typhoon “Glenda” pummeled Metro Manila with strong winds and heavy rains on Wednesday, it was a most memorable day for three couples who said their “I dos.”
Navotas City hopes to beef up its defenses against perennial flooding with the construction of two additional pumping stations.
By Kristine Felisse Mangunay
More than 300 families displaced by Typhoon “Pedring” in 2011 have been awarded housing units by the Navotas City government as of May, thanks to the help of volunteers from Habitat for Humanity-Philippines.
By Nathaniel R. Melican
They may not be regulation size but World Cup dreams can start here, where aspiring youths now have a better training ground and no longer have to kick the football into a propped-up kulambo (mosquito net).
Pateros, Navotas and Malabon are considered the “safest” local government units in Metro Manila in terms of road crash incidents, according to the 2013 Metropolitan Manila Development Authority’s Metro Manila Accident Reporting and Analysis System. Last year, Pateros posted a total of 10 accidents; Navotas, 878; and Malabon, 994.—Marielle Medina, Inquirer Research