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Regional, provincial PNP directors file courtesy resignations

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FANGED SUBMITS LETTER  JANUARY 6 REGIONAL police director P/Brig. General John Chua and the four provincial directors under him have filed their respective courtesy resignations in response to the call of Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Benjamin Abalos to  all senior officers to submit their courtesy resignations….

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Regional, provincial PNP directors file courtesy resignations

By January 15, 2023Top Stories

Only 18k register for barangay, SK elections

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TARGET: 50K NEW VOTERS THE Commission on Elections (COMELEC) in Pangasinan recorded 17,971 new registrants for the upcoming Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections (BSKE) on October 2023. Atty. Marino Salas, provincial election supervisor, said 7,275 are SK voters, while 10,690 as regular voters. Salas projects an uptick in the number…

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Only 18k register for barangay, SK elections

By January 15, 2023Top Stories

PUNCH publisher files case vs Councilor Erfe-Mejia

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A notarized administrative complaint will be filed by Sunday PUNCH Publisher Ermin Garcia Jr. before the Office of President and the Department of the Interior and Local Government against Councilor Redford P. Erfe-Mejia for grave abuse of authority and misconduct when he ordered the Sangguniang Panlungsod Secretary to ban Leonardo…

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PUNCH publisher files case vs Councilor Erfe-Mejia

By January 9, 2023Top Stories

51 injured from firecracker explosion in Pangasinan

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FIFTY-one victims of firecracker explosion were recorded in the province by the Pangasinan Police Provincial Office (PPPO). The number more than tripled the 16 number of firecracker injuries registered in Pangasinan. P/Major Ria Tacderan, PPPO information officer, however, pointed out that the firecracker victims this year suffered only minor injuries…

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51 injured from firecracker explosion in Pangasinan

By January 9, 2023Top Stories

NO MACARTHUR STATUE AT THE MARKER

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NO MACARTHUR STATUE AT THE MARKER – After the Dagupan City government constructed the impressive MacArthur Landing Park at the Tondaligan Beach, visitors are wondering if the statue of General Douglas MacArthur will be erected there to lay claim that he landed in Dagupan City.  (Punchphoto by Butch Uka)

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NO MACARTHUR STATUE AT THE MARKER

By January 9, 2023Top Stories

Pangasinan to commemorate 78th Lingayen Gulf landing

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GOVERNOR Ramon Guico III will lead the commemoration of the 78th Lingayen Gulf landings and 16th Pangasinan Veterans Day on January 9 at the Capitol Complex in Lingayen. The annual event memorializes the landing of the Allied Liberation Forces led by General Douglas Mac Arthur in the shores of Lingayen…

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Pangasinan to commemorate 78th Lingayen Gulf landing

By January 9, 2023Top Stories

PNP: New Year’s revelry in Region 1 peaceful, orderly

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MOST FIRECRACKER VICTIMS IN PANGASINAN THE New Year revelry in Region 1 was generally peaceful and orderly notwithstanding Department of Health-Center of Health Development’s report that there were 28 victims of firecracker explosions treated in various hospitals as of January 3, 2023. This was the report of P/Brig. General John Chua,…

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PNP: New Year’s revelry in Region 1 peaceful, orderly

By January 9, 2023Top Stories