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The unscrupulous seven of Dagupan City

By | Editorial, Punch Gallery

DAGUPAN City is seeing its darkest hours yet in 75 years, a situation brought about by the vilest and ignoble collective political agenda of unscrupulous seven members of the majority at the Sangguniang Panlungsod, namely: Councilors Red Erfe-Mejia, Dada Reyna-Macalanda, Celia Lim and her daughter, Irene Lim-Acosta, Alvin Coquia, Alfie…

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The unscrupulous seven of Dagupan City

By December 5, 2022Editorial, Punch Gallery

Guv Guico still acting like a mayor

By | Punchline

By Ermin Garcia Jr.   THE Christmas fever is on… and I hate to be the one to break the holiday mood but some recent worrisome developments in governance can’t be ignored. Duty calls! So allow me…. *          *          *          * The attempt of ex-BM Von Mark Mendoza to usurp…

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Guv Guico still acting like a mayor

By December 5, 2022Punchline

SP rejects Ex-BM Mendoza’s proposed ordinance

By | Top Stories

AFTER INVOKING AUTHORITY FROM GUV THE authority and designation of former Second District Board Member Von Mark Mendoza was questioned during the regular session of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) last week when the former sought action on a proposed ordinance invoking “for and by the authority of the Governor.” Mendoza’s…

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SP rejects Ex-BM Mendoza’s proposed ordinance

By December 5, 2022Top Stories

Irregularities of Lim’s scholarship program discussed anew

By | Top Stories

MAJORITY COUNCILORS STILL MUM ON COVER-UP THE irregularities earlier discovered by Mayor Belen Fernandez’s administration and reported to the local media were formally presented during the committee hearing on proposed Supplemental Budget No. 1 and Proposed Supplemental Annual Investment Plan last Tuesday, November 29. Randolph Ubando, OIC City Treasurer, and…

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Irregularities of Lim’s scholarship program discussed anew

By December 5, 2022Top Stories

Dagupan’s Grade 8 twin sister-writers win Carlos Palanca Awards

By | People & Events

TWIN sisters in Dagupan City both won First Prizes during 70th edition of the prestigious Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, the famed version of the  ‘Pulitzer Prize’ in literature during awards ceremonies on  November 30 at Marquis Events Place at Bonifacio Global City. The 12-year-old twin sisters, Zahara Exylin…

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Dagupan’s Grade 8 twin sister-writers win Carlos Palanca Awards

By December 5, 2022People & Events

Pay-parking in Manaoag mulled to set order

By | Business

THE local government of Manaoag expects to establish rules and regulations of parking areas and their fees soon after receiving reports of abuses from motorists against owners of vacant lots that converted these into pay parking areas. Mayor Jeremy Agerico Rosario, in an interview Tuesday, November 29, said a consultation…

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Pay-parking in Manaoag mulled to set order

By December 5, 2022Business