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Tricycle, pedicab drivers plead permanent access to main avenue

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TRAFFIC EXPERIMENT IN MANGALDAN THE members of two associations (tricycle and pedicab owners and drivers) in Mangaldan  town gathered at the town’s municipal hall early Monday, July 18, to plead with town officials to permanently restore their access to the town’s Rizal Avenue. This, after Mayor Bonafe de Vera-Paraynon temporarily…

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Tricycle, pedicab drivers plead permanent access to main avenue

By July 24, 2022Business

More jeepney drivers return to streets

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GOOD news for the commuting public! More jeepney drivers in the province have resumed servicing their routes after three consecutive drop in fuel prices. This after latest dip fuel prices last Tuesday with diesel down by P2 per liter, gasoline by P5, and P0.70 centavos for kerosene. However, the PHP2…

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More jeepney drivers return to streets

By July 24, 2022Business

Mega Jobs Fair in Dagupan City

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THE Dagupan City government will stage the Mega Jobs Fair at the People’s Astrodome on July 28, Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Job seekers must bring an updated resume, vaccination card, valid ID and ballpen. To enter, applicants must wear a face masks. The Public Employment Service Office…

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Mega Jobs Fair in Dagupan City

By July 24, 2022Business

NIA Ilocos to build solar-powered irrigation in Lingayen

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THE National Irrigation Administration (NIA) Ilocos led the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of a solar-powered irrigation system in Wawa village in Lingayen town. Engr. Gaudencio De Vera, officer-in-charge regional manager of the NIA in Ilocos, said the project is the first of its kind in the town and in the Second District….

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NIA Ilocos to build solar-powered irrigation in Lingayen

By July 24, 2022Business

Capitol acts to prevent entry of bird flu strain into Pangasinan

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QUARANTINE checkpoints in all the border areas of Pangasinan were back starting July 11 following the fresh outbreak of Avian Influenza or bird flu in some provinces of Luzon, including those in Mindanao, recently. It was the implementation of Gov. Ramon Guico III’s executive order directing a temporary total ban…

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Capitol acts to prevent entry of bird flu strain into Pangasinan

By July 17, 2022Business

BSP tells stores: Accept folded P1K polymer bills

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THE Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) North Luzon Regional Office has clarified that P1,000 polymer banknotes are accepted as legal tender, and that stores and other business establishments are still required to accept it despite being folded or creased. This, after an incident where an establishment did not accept a…

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BSP tells stores: Accept folded P1K polymer bills

By July 17, 2022Business

Guico proposal for PEWEx feasibility study

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AN Indonesian-Filipino consortium is set to do a feasibility study on the proposed Pangasinan East-West Expressway (PEWEx), a big ticket project seeking to connect the eastern and western boundaries of the province, at no cost at all to the provincial government. This was confirmed by Gov. Ramon Guico III upon…

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Guico proposal for PEWEx feasibility study

By July 17, 2022Business

Eggs, pan de sal prices are up!

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FANS of the classic Pinoy breakfast pan de sal and eggs are beginning to worry. This, after many bakeries in the province, including Dagupan City, have either increased their retail prices  of pan de sal, or have begun making smaller “bite-sized” versions of it. Bread producers are already selling pan…

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Eggs, pan de sal prices are up!

By July 17, 2022Business