Councilor Cortes laid to rest at family’s Mandaue mausoleum

Norman Mendoza 01/13/2018

THE late Mandaue City Councilor Demetrio “Tatay Jun” Cortes Jr. was laid to rest on Saturday at the family’s mausoleum at the Mandaue cemetery in Barangay Guizo. Family members, Mandaue city officials led by Mayor Luis Gabriel…

Late Councilor Cortes to be buried today

Norman V. Mendoza 01/12/2018

The late Mandaue City Councilor Demetrio “Tatay Jun” Cortes Jr., who was described as one of the best foundations of the Cortes family, will be buried today (Saturday) at 4 p.m. in the family’s mausoleum at the…

Cortes: Protect your families

Ador Vincent S. Mayol 05/08/2017

Strengthen and protect your families amid the culture of death and moral decay. This was the appeal of Bishop Julito Cortes during the 10 a.m. Pontifical Mass in celebration of the feast of St. Joseph in Mandaue…

Drug testing centers, insurance firms oppose transfer of LTO Mandaue

Norman V. Mendoza 09/23/2016

AROUND 20 medical and drug testing centers including insurance companies that offer services to transacting clients at the Land Transportation Office (LTO) in Barangay Looc, Mandaue City, again voiced their opposition to the transfer of LTO. Dr.…

Ex-mayor barred from gov’t service

Ador Vincent S. Mayol 11/13/2015

A FORMER mayor in Bohol province is “perpetually” barred from holding any position in government for unlawfully claiming reimbursements for expenses incurred in seminars that she didn’t attend during her term. The Ombudsman-Visayas found former mayor Apolinaria…

Forum urges LGUs to enroll in Kalahi

07/17/2015

LOCAL chief executives and representatives of the different municipalities in Central Visayas recently attended a forum on Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS). Participants were given the chance to enroll in…

Shellfish ban in Bohol towns, city stays

Melissa Q. Cabahug 07/10/2015

TWO weeks after it was imposed, the shellfish ban in  four towns and one city in Bohol province stays, according to the  Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR-7)  regional office. BACKSTORY: Market chief: No ban on…

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