The Police Regional Office 6 is intensifying patrol operations in the region as crimes against property are expected to increase in the last four months of the year.
Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog said he is giving the Metro Iloilo Water District a chance to improve its service in the next nine months as he announced that there is no need for the Local Water Utilities Administration to takeover the MIWD management.
The Iloilo City Government through the City Veterinarian Office has completed its massive dog vaccination program to prevent the spread of rabies that commonly infects humans through dog bites.
The Iloilo provincial government will prioritize the rehabilitation of damaged provincial roads particularly those located in depressed municipalities in the province.
The Food-for-School Program rice deliveries in Western Visayas is expected to be completed this week as almost all beneficiary provinces have received their allocations.
The Police Regional Office 6 will also conduct disaster trainings for its personnel for them to be prepared in case of calamities, particularly during typhoons and floods.
The province of Guimaras is optimistic its community-based rural tourism livelihood program will help boost its tourism industry and economy.
The Task Force Asis of the Iloilo City Government yesterday started the demolition of 20 houses in Nabitasan village in La Paz District.
ROXAS CITY – The schools divisions of Roxas City and Capiz province are recipients of more than 50,000 books titles worth P14 million from the Asia Foundation under the Kiwanis Book Bank Program of Kiwanis International.
Preventing crime requires cooperation and collaboration of all elements of the community, Director Honey Paredes of the National Police Commission 6 said.
Labor Secrertary Rosalinda Baldoz said both local and foreign employment are available on the government’s job matching portal, PhilJobnet.
Fifty-eight beneficiaries who availed of livelihood trainings from the Western Visayas College of Science and Technology will receive starter kits from the Department of Labor and Employment next week.
/ Ted Aldwin
/ Maria Reylan M.
/ Engr. Herman M.
/ Archbishop V.
/ Dr. Cesar
The Old Girls and Old Boys of Assumption Iloilo’s Class 1979 gathered to celebrate their Alma Mater’s centenary through varied fund-raising and fun events. The week-long camaraderie started with a launching of the class cookbook last August 7.
Atty. Jun Borres celebrated a remarkable birthday party at the riverside patio of the Hartman Dialysis Center. The food was divine as well as the open bar from Atty. Jun’s personal collection of wines, tequila, vodka and brandy.
Sightings have been reported: Women walking around with scrapbooking trolleys in tow; Children dashing to the activity center with their parents struggling to keep up; People of all ages armed with the latest art tools and paraphernalia.
It was a historic night for the Rotary Club of Iloilo South when it held its 40th induction of officers and new members. Dialita Jardeleza, the newly-inducted and first lady president of the Rotary Club of Iloilo South embarks on the Rotary Year 2010-2011 theme, “Building Communities and Bridging Continents.”