Baguio residents and tourists were again greeted this morning by a cold temperature brought about by the Northeast monsoon. At around 5:00AM the temperature in Baguio City dropped to 10.4°C, one of the lowest temperatures in Baguio so far this February. The coldest recorded in Baguio City this month was at 10.2°C last February 1. […]

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Due to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) scare, the celebration of the 2020 Panagbenga Festival was moved. Last February 12, Baguio Flower Festival Foundation, Inc. (BFFI)  and the city government of Baguio released the new schedule of Panagbenga Festival 2020.  Panagbenga Major Parades Two of the major events that tourists are looking forward to during the Panagbenga […]

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A alumna of Saint Louis University is among the 52 official candidates for the first-ever Miss Universe Philippines (MUPh) 2020. Bea Theresa Maynigo, a graduate of SLU, will be Baguio City’s representative for the prestigious pageant that will identify who will represent the Philippines in the 2020 Miss Universe. Despite being born and raised in […]

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As the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Secretary Mark A. Villar announced, the access road going to the famous Kaparkan Falls located in Tineg, Abra is currently ongoing. Once the road is finished, tourists who are planning to visit the Kaparkan Falls and explore the Province of Abra can conveniently do so. Secretary […]

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The Licensure Examination for Professional Teachers (LEPT) will be held on March 29, 2020. The licensure exam, which will be conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board for Professional Teachers (BOPT), will be taken by a total of 8,182 examinees in Baguio City. LEPT Venues for examinees in Baguio City ELEMENTARY LEVEL […]

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Baguio City Congressman Mark Go has filed a bill that will require commercial and manufacturing companies to collect, recover, dispose or recycle plastic wastes and other non-biodegradable materials. House Bill 6180 House Bill 6180 holds the different manufacturing companies and commercial establishments that use plastics and other non-biodegradable accountable materials accountable by making them collect […]

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Kimchi, one of the famous and favorite international dishes, may soon be produced on large scale at La Trinidad, Benguet. According to Municipal Mayor Romeo Salda, a group of South Korean investors was looking for 3,000 hectares of land that will be suitable for the proposed Kimchi factory. However, the area has been reduced since […]

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Are you going to celebrate Valentine’s Day alone? Your perfect match might just be wandering somewhere in one of the beautiful provinces of Cordillera. This can be a perfect opportunity to have an adventure and explore wonderful places in the North.  From the 2015 Census of Population, Philippine Statistics Authority recorded that there are a […]

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After Baguio City’s postponement of Panagbenga 2020 activities supposedly set for this month, a number of municipalities in the Cordillera Administrative Region (C.A.R.) have also taken proactive measures to protect locals and tourists against the threat of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Baguio City Aside from previously cancelling the Panagbenga Grand Opening Parade and government-sponsored […]

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Due to the growing concerns about the spread of the Covid-19 or also known as the Novel Corona Virus, the Mayor of Sagada, Hon. James B. Pooten Jr. has suspended all eco-tourism activities in their municipality. According to Executive Order No. 7-20: “There is an urgent need to protect the municipality of Sagada and its […]

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