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Silliman U celebrates its three Bar topnotchers


  DUMAGUETE CITY– Exuberant Dumagueteños filled social media pages with congratulatory messages for the three Bar topnotchers from Silliman University, as well as for other successful passers of the country’s hardest licensure exams. This is the first time for Silliman University to have three Bar topnotchers: 2nd placer Alanna Gayle Ashley Khio, 9th placer Marie […]

Posted: May 3rd, 2017 in Uncategorized | Read More »

Stubborn jeepney driver


Passengers rush to board a passenger jeepney that stopped at a “No PUJ Stop” at the corner of Urdana Street, Cebu City, causing traffic there. Attention: Cebu City traffic officials.

Posted: January 11th, 2017 in Siloy Is Watching | Read More »

Mandaue police distribute safety leaflets

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As part of their peacekeeping efforts, Mandaue City police distribute leaflets containing safety tips to passengers waiting to board a bus at the Cebu North Bus Terminal.

Posted: January 11th, 2017 in Siloy Is Watching | Read More »

Carmen’s floodwaters


Residents of Carmen town have been complaining about the floodwaters that remain even after the rain due to the presence of limestone near the town’s gym which blocks the water and prevents it from being drained by the canal. Attention Carmen town officials.

Posted: January 9th, 2017 in Siloy Is Watching | Read More »

Beaconhouse St. Paul Sends Three Students to Manila


ST. Paul Learning Center, Inc. presented the Third Season of Beacon House Got Talent Local Finals at Ayala Center Cebu. Last October 28, six students performed on stage and amused the audience, the judges and even the mall-goers. Every other year, Beaconhouse Got Talent showcases the gifts of their students and some of them even […]

Posted: November 22nd, 2016 in What's Up | Read More »

Threads and Needles Clothing holds Coalition Exhibit


A rising urban clothing and printing shop, Threads and Needles, closed their first year anniversary with the launch of Coalition Exhibit: Photo Series at their branch at the Raintree Mall last Oct. 15. The exhibit featured the works of four local photographers: Zach Villegas, Kenneth Asprer, Rj Galgo, and Nathan Archival. Photographs taken by these […]

Posted: November 9th, 2016 in What's Up | Read More »

Drug war: Backlash on investors


By Amando Canberra — When President Duterte flew to Laos last week to attend the Asean summit on his first foreign policy trip, he had a fearsome international reputation as the emerging butcher of Asia in the wake of his bloody war on drugs in the Philippines. He departed after declaring a national emergency following […]

Posted: September 12th, 2016 in Opinion | Read More »

Prevention is better than cure


Health advocates rejoiced at the appointment of Dr. Paulyn Jean Rosell Ubial as the new health secretary, more so when she said she would focus on prevention during her watch. It is good to know that through her appointment, President Duterte plans to prioritize health in his administration. This policy direction can be observed in […]

Posted: July 28th, 2016 in Opinion | Read More »

Talkshow tackles parenting issues


THE Patronage of Mary Development School (PMDS), a privately-owned institution in Boljoon town, southern Cebu, held its biannual parents’ conference last June 30 at the school’s auditorium. With the theme, “Parenting: Imperatives and Perspectives,” the event aimed at making parents understand their crucial role in the holistic development of their children. In a talkshow format […]

Posted: July 7th, 2016 in Community | Read More »

Best of Cebuano furniture on display at IEC


ELEGANT pieces of furniture designed in Cebu were positioned around the Pavilion where the 51st International Eucharistic Congress (IEC) was held. There were couches, chairs, tables, dividers and other fixtures made of rattan, stone, glass, wood and indigenous materials  in the new Pavilion, including its lounge, the sacristy, the international media center, as well as […]

Posted: January 31st, 2016 in Headlines | Read More »