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PNP solves 79% of shooting incidents Jan-July 2021

By | Crime Notes

THE Pangasinan Provincial Police Office (PPPO) reported that forty-five of the 57 shooting incidents in Pangasinan from January up to July 5 this year have been resolved. PPPO spokesperson P/Maj. Arturo Melchor Jr. said the identified suspects in those cases have been arrested and charged in courts. He said the…

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PNP solves 79% of shooting incidents Jan-July 2021

By July 18, 2021Crime Notes

Surge in COVID-19 cases continues

By | Headlines

689 NEW CASES, 14 DEATHS COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Pangasinan during the past one week. The Provincial Health Office (PHO) logged 689 new positive cases and 14 deaths from July 2 to 8. Only the timely recovery of 584 patients softened the impact on the provincial government’s efforts….

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Surge in COVID-19 cases continues

By July 13, 2021Headlines

PHO says delivered vaccines are used immediately

By | Inside News

NO WASTED, EXPIRED VACCINES THE Provincial Health Office (PHO) assured the local governments that all vaccines received from the Department of Health are immediately administered to waiting recipients. Dr. Anna de Guzman, provincial health officer, said some 100 to 150 individuals are being inoculated by the PHO vaccination team in…

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PHO says delivered vaccines are used immediately

By July 13, 2021Inside News

ERC proposes deferment of collection of generation charge

By | Inside News

THE Energy Regulation Commission (ERC) has recommended to the Dagupan Electric Corporation (Decorp) to seek its authority to defer the collection of increased generation charge it billed in June this year and to schedule easy staggered payment by consumers monthly. This was the solution offered by Nelson Canlas, ERC representative…

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ERC proposes deferment of collection of generation charge

By July 13, 2021Inside News

PNP civilian workers seek passage of Magna Carta for them

By | Inside News

NON-Uniformed Personnel (NUP) of the Philippine National Police – (PNP-NUP) is optimistic that the House of Representative will soon start its deliberations on the Magna Carta for NUP. PNP-NUP Association Inc. national president Sarah Sopeῆa Lerum said, House Bill (HB) 9621 entitled “Instituting the Magna Carta for all Non-Uniformed Workers…

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PNP civilian workers seek passage of Magna Carta for them

By July 13, 2021Inside News

Man dies of snake bite, residents warned

By | Inside News

THE Municipal Health Office of Asingan town warned residents against using traditional medicine “tandok” after a 33-year-old man in Barangay San Vicente East recently died due to snake bite. Dr. Ronnie Tomas, municipal health officer, said, “If bitten by a snake, the victim should go directly to a hospital because…

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Man dies of snake bite, residents warned

By July 13, 2021Inside News

Barangay Liga condemns murder of kapitan

By | Crime Notes

THE Liga ng Barangay provincial federation condemned the brutal slaying of a barangay captain of Laoac town on July 3, and calls on the police to step up its investigation and bring the perpetrators before the bar of justice. The provincial Liga headed by ex-officio provincial board member Jinky Zaplan condoled with the bereaved…

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Barangay Liga condemns murder of kapitan

By July 12, 2021Crime Notes