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Holy Week observance draws 600,000 to Manaoag Basilica

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AN estimated 600,000 devotees visited the Minor Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary in Manaoag during the observance of the Holy Week. This was bared by Mayor Jeremy Agerico Rosario during an interview with iFM Dagupan, adding that the peak attendance occurred on Maundy Thursday, from afternoon till evening….

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Holy Week observance draws 600,000 to Manaoag Basilica

By April 8, 2024Business

DTI warns storeowners’ overpricing of construction materials

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PANGASINENSES are taking advantage of the summer season to build houses. On this, DTI Provincial Director Nathalie Dalaten said the higher demand for construction materials are being exploited by unscrupulous construction storeowners, hence, DTI is closely monitor the prices of cement bags, hollow blocks, GI sheets, nails and wires. So…

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DTI warns storeowners’ overpricing of construction materials

By April 8, 2024Business

1,000 folks in Urbizontdo benefit from DSWD’s ‘Cash for Work’ program

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SOME 1,000 residents of Urbiztondo were beneficiaries of the “Cash for Work” Program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and the Urbiztondo municipal government led by Mayor Modesto Operania. The beneficiaries, chosen from among the indigent families in the town, were given 45 to 90 days short-term…

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1,000 folks in Urbizontdo benefit from DSWD’s ‘Cash for Work’ program

By April 8, 2024Business

NEWS BRIEFS

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(Filed by IFM Dagupan News) 7 drown in Pangasinan rivers during the Holy Week  PANGASINAN recorded seven drowning incidents during the Holy Week. This was bared by P/Capt. Renan de l Cruz, information officer of the Pangasinan Police, who said all the seven victims drowned in rivers where they went…

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NEWS BRIEFS

By April 8, 2024Business

EL NINO’S FRIEND

By | Business, Punch Gallery

EL NINO’S FRIEND – A salt farmer in Dasol town carries woven bamboo baskets filled with sun-dried salt from the salt beds for delivery to wholesale traders. Hot, sunny days are the salt farmers’  favorite season. The towns in the western part of Pangasinan are still the province’s top salt producers. (Punchphoto by…

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EL NINO’S FRIEND

10k beachgoers expected weekly in Tondaligan this summer

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WITH the onset of the warm dry season officially announced by PAGASA on Friday, March 22, the Bonuan Tondaligan Beach is now ready to take on thousands of visitors and beachgoers . Albert Gregorio, Tondaligan Beach Park Administrator, said lifeguards are always on standby, while augmentation from the City Disaster…

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10k beachgoers expected weekly in Tondaligan this summer

By March 30, 2024Business

Decorp’s March 2024 billing will be higher

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THE Dagupan Electric Corporation (Decorp) is set to increase charges this month. However, Decorp said that this additional charge will help remove or at the very least, lessen rotational brownouts. Atty. Randy Castilan, Decorp spokesman, cited two reasons for the increase: 1) The  27-centavo increase in generation charge, –from P5.01…

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Decorp’s March 2024 billing will be higher

By March 30, 2024Business

Groundbreaking for 240MW solar plant in Binalonan held

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THE Pangasinan provincial government and Citicore Renewable Energy Corporation (CREC) led the groundbreaking for the first solar power plant in Barangay Santa Catalina in Binalonan town. Governor Ramon Guico III and CREC president and CEO Oliver Y. Tan led the ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony on March 20, 2024 for the solar…

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Groundbreaking for 240MW solar plant in Binalonan held

By March 30, 2024Business